Category high speed internet
Federal government announces $1.7 billion investment for high-speed Internet, but questions as to implementation remain
The new coordinated broadband fund is a critical commitment from the government, but missing details on the implementation of the plan leave doubt as to how far this promise will go.
New report from Auditor General slams federal government for having no plan to bring high quality Internet to Canadians in rural and remote areas.
Advocates stunned by CRTC’s decision to cut its own Internet speed targets in half for new Broadband Fund
Canadians are calling on Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains to send the decision back to the CRTC for reconsideration immediately
Low-income affordability plan is a welcome step forward, but leaves too many homes behind.
Underwhelming rural broadband announcement underlines need for National Broadband Strategy to bring rural Canadians up to speed
Internet advocates warn that billions will need to be invested in open access networks to ensure basic Internet access for rural and remote Canadians.
Regulator steps in to significantly reduce wholesale high-speed access rates charged to independent ISPs, after finding telecom giants ignored accepted costing principles
Customers can now look forward to accessing high-speed fibre Internet from affordable indie providers, but some surprising choices by CRTC will limit the range of competitive options available to Canadians
Our team is disappointed that Ottawa City Council did not pass Councillor Leiper’s Internet affordability motion today. But the fight goes on and we are not giving up, neither should you!