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Vivian Lee | A school principal in northwestern Ontario says he is racking up an enormous phone bill as his rural community adjusts to e-learning.
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Marie Aspiazu | We thought we'd seen it all, but Bell has pitched an outrageous proposal to protect its outdated model and censor the Internet through NAFTA.
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David Christopher, Digital Freedom Update | All eyes were on Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains as he weighed whether to give Bell an effective monopoly over fibre Internet services in Canada. It was a landmark decision with big implications.
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Gerry Caplan | Bringing Bell and Rogers and Telus and Shaw under public ownership? Now that's a cause worth marching for. Everyone's mad as hell at these guys, so why do we still have to take it?
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Michael Geist | Bell announced plans to implement new consumer monitoring and profiling practices that would expand how it uses its user information. This is unprecedented in Canada, and is it legal?
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David J. Climenhaga | Rest assured, the sound of money speaking in the upper reaches of Bell Canada's corporate office in Montreal are being heard in the boardroom of the Calgary Stampede.
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rabble.ca | BCE Inc. (Bell) Friday announced its acquisition of leading Canadian left-wing news website rabble.ca in order to access the "burgeoning Canadian progressive market."
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Lindsey Pinto | Big telecom giant Bell will soon be in control of Astral Media, and the cellphone, Internet, radio, and television holdings that come with it.
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Bill Wittur | We can resist increasing Internet service costs in Canada by cancelling and boycotting services connected with the companies behind them. Here's how to cut down your use of Bell Canada or BCE Inc.
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Lindsey Pinto | As more and more Canadians are making the Internet -- that is, its extremely high prices and limited access -- an election issue, telecom giant Bell Canada is getting ready to change its tune.
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Steve Anderson | There is a growing community focused on openness, with the open Internet at its core. We need to apply pressure on the Big Service Providers to keep them from monopolizing access and communication.
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Lindsey Pinto | Canadians have been in an uproar about the CRTC’s latest catastrophic move, the decision to allow Bell Canada to implement usage-based billing.