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Minister Champagne’s renewal was approved on Tuesday in the midst of the biggest telecom merger in Canadian history.
Government cannot move Internet legislation forward without basic accountability
In March 2021, Rogers made a shocking announcement: It’s set to buy out Shaw, Canada’s fourth Big Telecom provider.
Civil society groups and academics demand public response from federal government to submissions to harmful content consultation
If you bought it, you should decide what to do with it, including when, how and with whom you make repairs. The Right to Repair movement wants to give you that choice.
The Right to Repair movement wants to give you independence over your own devices, including when, how and with whom you make repairs.
Rewheel’s 2021 report yet again confirmed the ugly truth: People in Canada continue to pay some of the highest prices in the world for our wireless services.
OpenMedia and CIPPIC just filed a submission urging Cabinet to order the CRTC to mandate MVNO wholesale access in Canada.
Our submission to the department of Canadian Heritage explains what they have wrong in dealing with ‘online harms’, and how to fix it.
Your voice, DELIVERED: OpenMedia’s submission to Cabinet on the CRTC’s wholesale rates decision is in!
We submitted a whopping 31,886 signatures from the OpenMedia community calling on Cabinet to reverse the CRTC’s 2021 ruling on Internet wholesale rates. Thank you for speaking out!