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Say no to website blocking

A Bell-led coalition is trying to push through a dangerous website blocking proposal that will undermine freedom of expression and Net Neutrality.  
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Don’t let Canada censor the web

Tell the CRTC that you do not want Canada to build an agency to block and censor our Internet.
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Stop dangerous new spy powers in Bill C-59

Right now, C-59 is being reviewed by parliamentary committee. Sign below and we’ll make sure they hear our message loud and clear.
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Demand a fair deal on your cell bill

Demand reasonable prices: Ask the Big Three to extend their promotion — from a one weekend extravaganza that left customers empty-handed after waiting for hours  to a permanent offering.

The World for the Web

 Now it’s time for the global community to show that it matters to us too. it's time to stop the FCC’s plan.
Don’t let the Internet turn into Cable 2.0

Don’t let the Internet turn into Cable 2.0

Tell the CRTC Canadians won’t accept an Internet that is like cable TV.
The TPP: Again [facepalm icon]

Kill the TPP

The TPP could be finalized as soon as this November! Tell Trade Minister François-Philippe Champagne to stop pursuing TPP-11 negotiations.

Don’t Let Bell Censor Our Internet

Tell Minister Chrystia Freeland to reject Bell's underhanded attempt to exploit NAFTA to impose Internet censorship.
Demand a National Broadband Strategy


Tell Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly and Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains: We desperately need a national broadband strategy so that ordinary Canadians can actually afford to get online.
Protect encryption

5 eyes: Save Encryption

Ministers from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the U.S. have gone public with their plans for a huge attack on our personal security. We must stop these attacks on privacy.
No Free Trade Without a Free Internet

No Free Trade Without a Free Internet

We need to make sure that our voices are as loud as possible from the very beginning of this process: we cannot let NAFTA sacrifice our digital rights.
Lower my cellphone bill


Tell the CRTC about your struggles with high cellphone bills and we’ll submit them to the public record.
No Social for U.S. Visas

No Social Media for U.S. Visas

New rules are forcing people to submit their social media information to obtain U.S. visas. Send an urgent fax to key representatives to stop this.

Historic campaigns

Our Canadian campaigns that made history.

Stop the Meter

Stop the Meter

The Stop the Meter campaign was one of the earliest campaigns our organization took on — and, for many Canadians, it was the first time they ever heard of OpenMedia. Have a look back at how we successfully fought plans to introduce a pay meter on the Internet services of Canadians.
Stop Spying

Stop Spying

Take a look back at our Stop Spying campaign against Bill C-30, an invasive piece of online spying legislation introduced by Canada's former Conservative federal government. We successfully rallied over 150,000 people from right across Canada to defeat this bill.


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