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David Christopher, Josh Tabish | There have been some positive changes at the CRTC, thanks to hundreds of thousands speaking out
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David Christoper | Canada's telecom giants are ramping up their lobbying activities. Will the government give way?
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Steve Anderson | The government should act immediately to stop the Big Three from using their telecom infrastructure to block independent telecom providers.
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Steve Anderson | OpenMedia is calling for wireless companies like Ting to be able to reach Canadians just like indie ISPs can for wired Internet.
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Steve Anderson and David Christopher | Canada’s new customer-friendly wireless rules come into effect today, December 2nd. They’ll benefit cell phone users from coast to coast to coast. Canadians worked hard to develop these new rules - th
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Lindsey Pinto | This week, a CRTC decision brings us a step closer to affordability and Big Telecom transparency. Also, an update about online spying bill C-30.
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Lindsey Pinto | The latest of OpenMedia.ca's Weekly News Update videos comes from our four core staff -- Steve, Reilly, Lindsey, and Shea.
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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 | Shaw invited customers to consultations about usage-based billing in an attempt to move away from their adversarial usage-based billing moves.
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Bill Wittur | In the first of a series for rabble.ca: how we can resist the increase in the cost of internet in Canada by cancelling and boycotting services related to the companies behind these increases.
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Michael Geist | What's the next step for the CRTC and the Feds? It seems likely the issue will not be resolved until the summer or fall at the earliest.
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Usage-based billing -- More than excess charge
Lindsey Pinto | The CRTC is letting big ISPs put the Internet on a meter.