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David Christopher | Canada’s Big Telecom giants will take any excuse they can to raise our sky-high fees even higher.
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David Christopher | An in-depth OECD analysis of international wireless pricing finds Canada falling further and further behind its global counterparts.
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David Christopher | Canadians take action to debunk Big Telecom's expensive PR campaign.
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Nora Loreto | With the vote on the merger between CEP and CAW passing, the new union provides both challenges and opportunities for Canada's left.
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John Bonnar | He worked for Fraser Papers for 37 years before retiring in 2006 with a good pension. But four years later, the company cut his benefits by 35.4 per cent, costing him $1,000 a month.
Activist Toolkit
| Vibe is an anonmyous way to microblog localized updates during a protest
Activist Toolkit
| ICT4D is a problem solving approach that advocates for the application of technological solutions to developing world problems
Activist Toolkit
| The use of HTTPS affords users protection online
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Lindsay Beyerstein | As the Great Blizzard of 2010 blanketed New York City, most residents were blissfully unaware that their city's 911 system was on the brink of collapse.
Columnists
Ms. Communicate | Ms. Communicate tackles the many problems with reading online comments and how not to get steamed.
Columnists
Steve Anderson | In a victory for the open media movement, the CRTC developed new web 'traffic management' guidelines. However, the CRTC will not enforce it, and the government is failing to support 'Net Neutrality.'
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Fred Wilson | The Conservative government's calculated, but decisive, plan to remove foreign ownership rules from Canada's telecom and broadcast sectors will begin with satellite telecommunications.