internet access

Unlike most jurisdictions in Canada, there is no option for unlimited internet.
"Who knew that 'in home fibre' meant THROUGH MY DRAINAGE PIPE?"
A long overdue conversation has begun in Canada about how to ensure large sections of our country are no longer cut off from an essential service which is taken for granted by so many others -- access to high-speed Internet. Not only are a large section of our fellow Canadians being cut off from vital services, they are also being prevented from fully participating in Canadian society and contributing the ideas and the innovations that make our country great. Rural Canada makes up 30 per cent of the country's population and produces one-third of our economic output. It is time to get Internet service in rural and northern Canada moving at full speed.
The change will affect users with the oldest technology.
Bell doesn't want to sell access to its fibre network to smaller ISPs.
OTTAWA - A consumer advocacy group says communications services are so essential to Canadians, some people are willing to
Mr. Moore, Mr. Harper, Mr. Blais, we have given the large carriers our trust. And they have abused it. It's now up to you -- we need you to work together to ensure that our networks are open to content producers, to innovative service providers, and most of all, to ordinary Canadian citizens. We need more than tweets, more than press releases and pamphlets. We are asking for a firm commitment to ensure that the large network operators will no longer be artificially favoured over upstart innovators and competitors, a commitment to providing Canadians with a bright and lasting digital future.
WATERLOO, Ont. — The federal government has outlined its digital strategy for Canadians, with one of its main initiatives
The $305 million federal budget pledge for expanded high-speed internet in rural and remote communities is only a fraction
Canada’s 2014 federal budget promises funding to provide or improve high speed internet access to Canadians in rural and