These are campaigns we are currently working on. Please take action.
Tell the CRTC to STOP Big Telecom’s takeover!
Tell the CRTC to stop the total destruction of indie Internet providers — before it’s too late:
Email the Minister: Stop Rogers’ shady scheme to keep bills high!
A Big Telecom scheme to cut Canadians out of savings? NO WAY!
Sign if you agree: NO more monopolies!
Add your name to the Anti-Monopoly Charter to SMASH these giants.
Meet the Minister behind Canada’s Internet collapse
Champagne's inaction is driving up your monthly bill.
Right to Repair: Fight for our planet and our wallets!
Right now, we’re on the cusp of making our broad right to repair a reality — but our government is stumbling at the finish line. Take action!
Tell Your Reps: Support the Net Neutrality and Broadband Justice Act!
Congress has just tabled a huge step towards restoring net neutrality in America — but without public support, this opportunity could slip away.
Tell the CRTC: DON’T let Big Telecom tack on shady new fees!
Telecom giant Telus asked the CRTC to allow them to add an extra credit card processing fee to customers’ monthly bills. It’s a sneaky and unfair way to charge us even more for connectivity.
Demand Minister Champagne SMASH Big Telecom’s monopoly powers!
It’s time we took a shot back at these monopolistic giants. Sign the petition: Demand Minister Champagne pull out all the stops to end Internet and cell phone monopolies in Canada NOW!
Bring down the Rogers-Shaw deal for GOOD: Email your MP NOW!
After the Rogers outage, Trudeau and Minister Champagne CANNOT in good conscience give Rogers even more power with this buyout.
Calling All Albertans: Protect AB jobs from Rogers-Shaw!
This Stampede, we’re pounding the pavement in Calgary to make it clear to Minister Champagne and PM Trudeau that Albertans WILL NOT STAND for our federal government’s support of the terrible Rogers-Shaw deal.
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