The Globe and Mail has learned that the Canadian government has a new free tool to get around its outdated radio codes.
The Federal Communications Commission says the government’s radio code overhaul is a boon to car buyers who want to be able to tune into the latest sports scores.
But the radio codes are outdated, and the government says it is moving forward with the plan.
It’s not known exactly when the radio code change will take effect, but the Federal Communications Act states that if the federal government “does not make a determination by January 1, 2019” about the code change, the federal Communications Commission will make a new one.
The commission will issue a new code that will allow consumers to tune in to a sports score and other events from around the world, including live games, sporting events, concerts and concerts.
It says the new code will take into account current technology, such as cellphones and streaming music services.
A spokesperson for the federal minister of the status of women, Erin O’Toole, said the government is looking into the issue and will share its plans as soon as possible.
The spokesperson did not specify when the code changes will be implemented.
Canada’s wireless network, which uses a mix of cellular and fixed wireless, uses two different radio codes to determine if a phone is in service.
The codes are used by cellular carriers to notify them when a phone has been activated, and by fixed wireless carriers when it has not.
The federal government says the codes are “critical to our ability to manage our cellular and other networks.”
But some car owners are concerned that the code system may be too complicated for their vehicles.
Some car owners have taken to changing their car radio codes, either on their own or with a third party, to circumvent the outdated radio code.
In March, a Toronto man was arrested after police said he drove past a number of people with the wrong codes.