Canada’s independent Internet providers shouldn’t wait for the federal government or the CRTC to clear the way to next-generation broadband networks, a conference has been told. Instead they should start doing it themselves.

Elliot Noss, CEO of Toronto-based Internet registrar and Tucows Inc., told the Canadian ISP Summit on Monday that Canadians need access to faster networks than facilities-based incumbent carriers like Bell Canada, Rogers Communications and Telus Corp. are providing.

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