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!
Thanks to you, our #DontCensor billboard is now up in Toronto!
Just in time for the day of action to protest Bell coalition’s website blocking plan, our #DontCensor billboard is now up in Toronto. Once again, this would have not been possible without the support of our community — thank you!
We came, we rocked and we sent the message louder than ever: NO TPP, thanks!
Didn’t make it to our Rock Against the TPP events in Toronto recently? No need for fear of missing out, here’s a recap and the best pics from the night.
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!
Your TPP JumboTruck is live in Toronto!
You donated to make it happen! We’re beaming your comments and videos outside Canadian Trade Minister Freeland’s TPP Town Hall.
Stingrays: Canadian law enforcement’s worst-kept secret
It's time for an informed debate about the use of these spying tools -- and for that we need transparency from police.
Toronto Star: RCMP tracked Toronto activists with fake Facebook profile
Would liking a page or an article about blacklivesmatter on your social profile get you tracked by the RCMP, looking for other "subversive" materials? Does sharing content about social equality make you an activist? Subversive? A target of the RCMP? And what's next, under C-51... ? Article by Laurent Bastien Corbeil for the Toronto Star Has a waddle of penguins ever “liked” your Facebook page? If so, your account may have been monitored by the RCMP.
The Globe and Mail: Wind Mobile brings cell service to Toronto subways
Great news for subway commuters users in Toronto, and yet another reason to escape the high prices and rampant abuse of the Big Three as new options become viable for Canadians. We hope that other providers will follow Wind's lead, and that the CRTC and Industry Canada will take bold steps to improve mobile choice and affordability in Canada. Article by Christine Dobby for The Globe and Mail
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