Fight for our privacy!
It’s outrageous that Canadians have almost zero protection for their personal data when it’s shared with the U.S. Add your name to our letter to key ministers to demand that they take action to fight for our privacy!
Let's Talk TPP
The TPP is a bad deal for Canadians. It will restrict free expression online, kill jobs, undermine environmental protections, and erode your democratic rights. Send our crowdsourced Let’s Talk TPP report to your MP and tell them to commit to open, progressive trade.
Defend Border Privacy
U.S. politicians want to force every single traveller at the airport to hand over their digital devices, unlock them, and provide their social media passwords. Join the international outcry to stop this before it becomes law.
IXmaps: See where your data travels
Did you know that the vast majority of Canada's Internet traffic passes through the United States, where it's subject to NSA surveillance? Check out our new educational platform to find out more.
Implement our Broadband Strategy
Tell the federal government that we must build on the CRTC's vision to create a national broadband strategy to lower costs and increase choice by structurally separating our networks from Big Telecom's grip
Defending Free Expression at the Supreme Court
We're intervening in a crucial Supreme Court case that will have global implications for the future of online free expression. Please chip in whatever you can so we can make a lasting impact.
End Data Caps
This is our chance to get rid of one of the biggest screwdrivers in Big Telecom’s price-gouging tool box — data caps — once and for all. Send your message to the CRTC now.
Speak out against Bill 74
Quebec lawmakers just gave themselves new powers to censor the Internet. This is a slippery slope, and other governments will soon fight for these same powers. Sign this petition to tell Quebec lawmakers: “You must repeal Bill 74’s site-blocking provisions.”
The Internet shouldn't have a toll booth
Regulators in Europe are about to make a decision that will fundamentally impact how the Internet works — one that will be felt worldwide. Make sure to take action and tell regulators not to create a toll booth online.
The Canadian government is deciding how to deal with C-51 and its irresponsible spying powers. If we don’t act ASAP, there’s a huge chance decision-makers will side with pro-surveillance forces and sacrifice our Charter rights once and for all. Tell your MP: “I demand a real, open consultation that will let us Kill C-51”
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.
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.