Columnists
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David Christopher, Digital Freedom Update | Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains recently ordered a new shift in policy direction, which could mean more competitive telecommunications pricing in Canada.
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Justin W.C. Kong | From precarious existence to organized resistance: My life as a temp agency worker at Rogers.
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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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David Christopher | Big Telecom is running scared of cord-cutters and is doing what it takes to block them from watching their favourite shows online.
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Steve Anderson | Industry Minister James Moore has replied to OpenMedia.ca and a group of over 35 leading innovators who called for action to fix our broken cell phone market. Here’s what he had to say.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The CBC will continue to broadcast Hockey Night in Canada while Rogers will have the final say on sports personalities and control all ad revenue from the games. We speak with columnist Rick Salutin.
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David Christopher | Leading entrepreneurs join Canadians in demanding action to open wireless networks to indie providers.
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Arielle dela Cruz Yip | It looks like our Industry Minister, James Moore is taking some of the right steps by publicly speaking out against the Big Three’s misleading PR campaign. Ask him to do more http://demandchoice.ca.
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David Christopher and Noushin Khushrushahi | Big Telecom's last-ditch effort to delay new cell phone rules has sparked condemnation from Canadians across the political spectrum.
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Lindsey Pinto and Arielle Yip | 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 Canadian cell phone market.
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Lindsey Pinto | Big Telecom took control of assets that were promised to create new independent choices, and is now using them to gain more control over Canada's digital future.
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Lindsey Pinto | Big Telecom is using some cringe-worthy PR spin in its attempt to gain more control of Canadians' communication.