Category internet affordability
Minister Champagne’s 3 Simple Steps to Collapsing Internet Competition in Canada
Our “Minister of Collapse” must undo this affordability disaster of his own making.
CIVIL SOCIETY JOINT STATEMENT: 28,000 voices warn—Innovation Minister Champagne is on the hook to curb telecom monopolies after the Rogers outage
OpenMedia and Leadnow call on Minister François-Philippe Champagne to end Canada’s telecom monopolies and guarantee affordable and reliable high-speed Internet for everyone in Canada.
You did it, Toronto! It’s full steam ahead for Community Broadband!
You made it happen: thanks to thousands of emails from the community, Toronto City Council said YES to community broadband!
Cheaper, faster Internet to be decided at Toronto’s City Council tomorrow
Toronto City Council is considering a historic proposal to build a community-owned fibre Internet network!
You made it happen: Your outrage at government’s coziness with Big Telecom on full display
OpenMedia’s mobile billboard ads just finished circling Parliament, the CRTC, and the Toronto International Film Festival — all ramping up our relentless pressure on the federal government to fix Canada’s Internet.
Why won’t Minister Joly and Minister Bains take the Internet Tax off the table?
Cynthia Khoo briefly reports back from a recent conference where federal Ministers Mélanie Joly and Navdeep Bains responded to rumours about the “Internet Tax” — an ill-advised idea that has taken the digital rights world by storm.
Only one in three Canadians are happy with cost of home Internet service
Data shows Canadians pay some of the highest prices in the industrialized world for middle of the road service.
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