Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mind the Cap

Chances are you have a love-hate relationship with your wireless provider: you love being able to use your smartphone wherever you go, but hate the high prices that companies like Bell and Rogers charge for service. If you’re like many Canadians, you use your smartphone or tablet to access the Internet. In fact, three out […]

Net Neutrality in Canada: We have a problem

Adapted from my reply to the CRTC’s proceeding on whether wireless carriers unfairly disadvantage Canadians’ use of the mobile Internet. Yesterday, the record of that proceeding came to a close, and now the Commission will weigh the evidence and make a decision.  ~ Canada, we have a problem. It is a problem which affects the millions […]