According to Statistics Canada’s Survey of Household Spending, Canadian households spent an average of $2,246 on communication devices and services in 2016. Canadian consumers are right to be concerned about the evolution of broadcasting and telecommunications in recent years. They must spend more on internet services that have become both expensive and not easily accessible. Not only are they not strong enough to negotiate with suppliers, which operate as monopolies, they are faced with scarcity in cultural content. On Sept.