|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Ministers of the Crown are advised to do what the rest of us have resorted to while travelling outside the Dominion: leaving their Telus devices at home in the sock drawer.|
|Blog Josh Tabish | So, James Moore promises greater choice and affordability, and then, weeks later, Canada's Big Telecom players turn around and stick it to Canadians with an unexpected price hike.|
|Blog 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.|
|Blog David Christopher | Leading entrepreneurs join Canadians in demanding action to open wireless networks to indie providers.|
|Blog 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.|
Why it's ridiculous that Canada's Big Telecom giants are going to Federal Court to delay new cell phone rulesDavid 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.
|Blog OpenMedia.ca, Catherine Hart, Policy Coordinator | The Industry Minister’s inaction has left a vacuum for Big Telecom to act with impunity, as new charges are added to our bills for no reason|
|Blog Lindsey Pinto | Canadians are paying too high a price for Internet use, and Big Telecom and industry lobbyists are trying to make things much worse.|