Canadian Wireless Prices Dropped 2.6% in 2022, Touts Minister
According to a government-commissioned report, Canada's wireless prices went down by an average of 2.6% across all service levels during 2022
Canadian Wireless Prices Keep Dropping, Touts Industry Group
According to the Pew Research Center study, 95% of adult Canadians reported using the internet on a computer or smartphone last year, compared to 68% in 2002
Feds Tout Nearly 94% of Canadians Now Have High-Speed Internet Access
The federal government is on track to grow this number to 98% by 2026 and 100% by 2030, largely thanks to the Universal Broadband Fund (UBF)
Toronto Axes Plan for Cheap, High-Speed Internet for Low-Income Households
Apparently, the mention of a "municipal broadband network" in the proposal led city councillors to believe the plan was to become an internet service provider.
Rogers to Soon Expand its Broadband Services to Oxford County
Rogers is expanding its network to connect homes and businesses in Drumbo and Gobles.
CRTC Public Hearings Begin Over Affordable Internet and More
CRTC's Let's talk broadband public hearing begins today.
66% of Canadians Own a Smartphone, Nearly Half Own a Tablet: CRTC
The CRTC invites connected Canadians to voice their opinion on telecommunication services.