If lawmakers and regulators care about protecting the health of competitive markets and future innovation in Canada, they will enforce the decision of the CRTC concerning wholesale internet pricing —overturning it would hurt Canada’s productivity and business dynamism.
We need not feel dismayed about the potential fate of the Big Three: Rogers, Bell, and Telus collectively capture more than 91 per cent of the wireless telecom industry based on both revenue and subscribers. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
While the titans of U.S. tech faced Congress last week over investigations of monopoly power, a similar, yet less publicized, battle is being waged on Canadian soil.
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'What better time to innovate your election system than during a pandemic? Because you're going to have to start thinking outside of the regular way,' says Stéphanie Plante, who has worked with Elections Canada.
Conservative Party members will be able to vote on the phone, online, mail-in ballots, or by drive-through, in ridings where in-person voting is not possible because of the pandemic, say Conservative sources.