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Canada can do better: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
Industry Minister Christian Paradis has signalled a lack of support for a Big Telecom backroom deal that goes around the spirit of rules meant to create more choice in the...
We're not done yet: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
This week, we’re reporting back to Canadians on the latest piece of the campaign to demand choice in our cellphone market, and we’re taking a quick look at the state of your...
Things to come: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
This week, the OpenMedia team has been making big plans for campaigns to advance and protect the open Internet.
Push back in the media: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
Since Big Telecom lobbyists are pushing hard to change the story, we're giving Canadians the tools to push back. We're asking people to visit openmedia.org/newspaper, and write a...
Long road to stop the TPP: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
This week citizens chimed in with ideas, words of encouragement, and new ways to talk about the threats to the Internet posed by the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.
Big launch for cellphone study: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
OpenMedia.ca's newest study, Time for an Upgrade: Demanding Choice in Canada's Cell Phone Market, made a splash in the media and was sent to key decision-makers by thousands of...
It's time for a cellphone service upgrade: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
This week, we've got bad news and good news: big telecom company Bell is once again trying to take more control, and we've put out a citizen-powered study that could help fix...
The Stop the Meter saga continues: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
In this latest step in the famous StopTheMeter.ca campaign, the CRTC has responded to Canadians, after citizens called on them to stop big telecom companies from using their...
Using the Internet to save the Internet: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
Together, the pro-Internet community has made real change at the CRTC and moved politics. Here's what we've done most recently, using the Internet to save the Internet.
Online spying bill is dead: Weekly update from OpenMedia.ca
We're reporting from outside CRTC hearings in Gatineau that could shape the future of cellphone service in Canada. Our biggest news item, though, comes from across the river,...
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