One in four Toronto children lives in poverty, but programs to make the internet accessible to low-income people are full of holes.
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Canada’s Big Three carriers claimed that the country’s existing rules are enough to protect telecom consumers.
ACORN member Norma-Jean Quibell talks to CFRA about the Internet for All victory
After Minister Bains announced $10/month internet for low income parents, Nova Scotia ACORN members are deeply disappointed as Eastlink opts out.
An Atlantic Canadian telecom company has opted out of a new program aimed at getting low income families on affordable high speed internet plans.
Posted June 6, 2018