Groups representing elderly and low-income Canadians say too many companies' sales practices cross the line
Digital Access to Opportunities
The Big Three have doubled down on their argument that there is no unsavoury sales problem in Canada’s telecom industry
One in four Toronto children lives in poverty, but programs to make the internet accessible to low-income people are full of holes.
Canada’s Big Three carriers claimed that the country’s existing rules are enough to protect telecom consumers.
Members in the Whalley/Guildford area got together to identify key concerns in the community.
Thirty-two BC ACORN members have contributed to important research exploring the health-related uses and benefits of internet access.
The "Digital Equity and Health" report found that many participants use the internet for specific health reasons, including:
ACORN member Norma-Jean Quibell talks to CFRA about the Internet for All victory
Posted June 8, 2018
After Minister Bains announced $10/month internet for low income parents, Nova Scotia ACORN members are deeply disappointed as Eastlink opts out.