Canada is at risk of "regulatory capture" in its telecom industry, TekSavvy is arguing.
Unlike most jurisdictions in Canada, there is no option for unlimited internet.
Expanding CanCon to streaming services could result in $800 million more in investment into Canadian productions, the feds say.
People with disabilities and non-native speakers of English or French had the most problems.
"This is a massive win for Canadians," Distributel's CEO says.
The pressures of COVID-19 have made costs impossible to deal with for small internet providers, the company said.
Resellers like TekSavvy are being squeezed by a spike in usage and a battle with Big Telecom.
Consumer advocacy group OpenMedia called Darren Entwistle's comments "bullying."
Bell is "so dominant that it is no longer controllable," Peladeau told the CRTC.
He says "some people were confused" by his recent remarks on the issue.