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Tell your MP: Keep Canada’s News Free!

New legislation is about to put Canadian news under the controlling thumb of online platforms AND the federal government.
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Taking your message on Bill C-11 straight to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage

We took your voices to Parliament, will they act now?
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New CRTC policy direction on telecom lacks teeth

Competition and affordability promises aren’t backed up by binding commitments
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Your voice, DELIVERED: OpenMedia community speaks out 50,000+ times demanding Cabinet reverse the CRTC’s Internet price hikes!

This week, we delivered 33k petition signatures alongside 17k more community emails sent calling on Ministers to undo the CRTC’s 2021 wholesale rates ruling.
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Cabinet receives 33,000+ petition signatures to reverse CRTC’s home Internet price hikes

Petition calls on government to overturn CRTC’s 2021 Internet wholesale rates decision, citing ruling’s harm to affordability and competition.
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Fix Bill C-11: Hands off our content!

The Online Streaming Act is moving rapidly through Parliament - and it STILL gives the CRTC power to regulate YOUR videos, podcasts, Netflix recommendations and more.
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A small fight with a BIG win: Blocking the use of CCTV cameras in Vancouver

OpenMedia was proud to contribute to stopping a dangerous proposal to create a publicly-funded network of police CCTV cameras.
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Open letter calls on Minister Champagne to block Rogers-Shaw buyout under any circumstances

OpenMedia urges Innovation Minister to stand by the Competition Bureau’s challenge of the deal
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Competition Bureau seeks to block Rogers-Shaw buyout

ISED Minister Champagne must join the Bureau and kill the deal.
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The Online News Act: A threat to Canadian News?

The government wants to charge for sharing online news content. What does this mean for Canadian news?

OpenMedia works to keep the Internet open, affordable, and surveillance-free. We create community-driven campaigns to engage, educate, and empower people to safeguard the Internet.

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