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OpenMedia’s presentation at the CRTC hearings on differential pricing (a.k.a. zero-rating)

With support from 55,000 Canadians, OpenMedia testified at crucial CRTC hearings on November 3, 2016, and called on them to End Data Caps. Here's what our team had to say.

Laura Tribe Testifying at C-51 Public Hearings in Vancouver

OpenMedia's Executive Director testified at yesterday's C-51 public hearings in Vancouver on behalf of 300,000+ Canadians who have spoken out against the unpopular Harper legislation.

Video Preview of tonight’s C-51 Public Hearings in Vancouver

Here's our David Christopher with a preview of tonight's C-51 public consultations in Vancouver. Our Executive Director Laura Tribe will be testifying on behalf of Canadians who want to see this legislation repealed.

WATCH: Privacy Expert Craig Forcese on the government’s new security oversight legislation

Must-watch analysis of the government's new oversight bill from privacy coalition member Professor Craig Forcese

Our TPP Jumbotron

As the TPP consultations make their way through the country, your OpenMedia team continues to work tirelessly to amplify your voices. Thanks to all of you who chipped in and made our second Jumbotron in Toronto possible!

The state of broadband Internet in Bowen Island

The Municipality of Bowen Island invited OpenMedia to talk about what their options are to get faster, cheaper Internet. This short documentary will be part of the record of the CRTC Review of Basic Telecommunication Services hearing.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Encryption (HBO)

The one and only John Oliver joins the encryption debate.

Michael Geist discusess TPP implications on Canadian intellectual property

What are the implications of the TPP on Canadian intellectual property? Professor Michael Geist has some answers and emphasizes the need for a consultation.

Our own Laura Tribe discusses greater Internet choice in Toronto

Toronto City Council is about to hold a key vote on the issue of Internet affordability this February 4th.

Big Telecom are raising wireless prices, again

What's wireless worth in Canada? Our own Josh Tabish was at CBC's The Exchange yesterday explaining why we can't compare the value of a mobile phone to that of a cup of coffee, like Rogers CEO suggests.

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