The Latest from Katy Anderson
CRTC report reveals low-income Canadians spending up to 8% of monthly income on communications services
Lower cost options are desperately needed to ensure that people are not left behind
Your response to the CRTC asking for what a fair price for data looks like
Questions about funding Canadian Content leave the Internet Tax problematically on the table in the Broadcast Act review
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly, and 70% of Canadians have all said no to an Internet Tax that would raise monthly bills, deepen digital divide, and force vulnerable Canadians offline
Next step is for the House of Representatives to vote to reject the Federal Communications Commission’s assault on the open Internet — so we must keep up the pressure!
We filed a substantive policy submission as well as more than 82K individual submissions from Canadians. Thank you for speaking up!
Competitor Quality of Service Regime decision a step towards ensuring lower prices in wireline sector by increasing fairness for indie Internet Service Providers, but misses opportunity to do the same for wireless
All eyes turn to Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains to address affordability with wholesale mobile access and mandate set-rates for MVNOs
U.S. Federal Communications Commission votes to repeal Net Neutrality protections that ensure an open and equal Internet
Canadian Internet users and businesses will feel the impact of this vote on their pocketbooks, with a loss of innovation and potential harm to policies here at home
Vote comes amid study that over 83% of U.S. citizens oppose the decision, which will impact all Internet users and businesses