The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) grants Henri Audet a broadcast licence for television station CKTM-TV (Radio-Canada affiliate, Trois-Rivières, Québec).
Cogeco Cable makes its first cable acquisition with La Belle Vision, serving the cities of Trois-Rivières and Shawinigan.
Cogeco becomes a publicly traded company.
The Company acquires CFGL-FM, its first Montréal-area Radio station, now known as Rythme FM.
Cogeco Cable acquires several regional cable companies (including Câblestrie and Télé-Câble BSL) in the province of Québec, tripling its customer base in the process.
Cogeco Cable acquires the Burlington and Oakville systems in Ontario of Cybermedix and CableNet Ltd., growing from a regional operator into a major national company and doubles its customer base.
Cogeco Cable becomes a publicly traded company.
Cogeco Cable becomes the first cable company in Canada to offer high-speed Internet service over its cable network.
Cogeco Cable acquires 25 cable networks (totalling 300,000 subscribers) in Ontario.
Cogeco Cable acquires more than 19 cable systems.
Cogeco Cable enters the Business ICT sector with the acquisition of the Hydro Telecom fibre network in Ontario.
Cogeco purchases the Québec radio stations of the Corus network, bringing the number of stations it operates to 13, and creates the Cogeco News agency.
Cogeco Cable enters the U.S. market by acquiring the cable system operator Atlantic Broadband, active in western Pennsylvania, Miami Beach in Florida, Maryland/Delaware, and Aiken in South Carolina.
Cogeco Cable acquires Peer 1 Hosting, one of the world’s leading IT hosting services providers, specialized in managed hosting, dedicated servers, colocation and cloud computing services.
Cogeco reaches a milestone, with more than $2 billion in annual revenue.
TiVo, the leader in advanced television services, is now available in Canada from Cogeco Cable.
Cogeco Cable builds on its position as a leader in the Business ICT sector, creating Cogeco Peer 1 by combining the forces of its Cogeco Data Services and Peer 1 Hosting subsidiaries.
Cogeco Cable's U.S. subsidiary, Atlantic Broadband, acquires the Connecticut system owned by MetroCast Communications, expanding its presence in the United States.
The company and its subsidiaries head into 2016 as one strong and unified entity under a compelling and recognizable brand.
On November 29th, Louis Audet was joined by members of the Cogeco teams to open the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) in celebration of 30 years of being traded on the market.
Cogeco Communications further expands its presence in the U.S. market by acquiring all of the MetroCast cable systems.
Philippe Jetté is appointed President and CEO of the two public companies. Louis Audet becomes Executive Chairman of both Boards of Directors.
Cogeco Inc. acquires ten regional radio stations, expanding its network to 22 stations in Québec and one station in Ontario.
Cogeco Communications announces an investment of more than $1 billion in the operation and expansion of its broadband network in Ontario and Québec
Atlantic Broadband expands its presence in southeastern Connecticut through acquisition of Thames Valley Communications.
Cogeco expands its presence in Québec in more than 200 communities with the acquisition of DERYtélécom
Cogeco officially launches EPICO, its new Internet TV service
Change of Role for Louis Audet: Former Cogeco President, Louis Audet, becomes Chairman of the Board of Directors after having been Executive Chairman for three years
Cogeco expands its presence in the US, with broadband systems passing some 688,000 homes and businesses in Cleveland and Columbus
The name reflects the commitment to an easy and convenient customer experience, while better representing the business’s geographic reach
Cogeco expands its presence in Quebec, Ontario and western provinces with the acquisition of oxio.