It’s the poorest Londoners who are feeling the pinch from stores that are bypassing cash during the COVID-19 crisis for fear of spreading or contracting the deadly virus.
Fair Fees - Frais équitable
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers had been increasingly using forms of cashless payment such as credit and debit cards, e-transfers and their smartphones to pay for products.
Liberal MP calls overage fees 'a tax on poor Canadians'
La pandémie de COVID 19 montre qu’il est grand temps d’inclure Internet dans la liste des services publics essentiels et d’offrir l’accès à tous.
Nova Scotia ACORN member Marjorie Pemberton talks to Sheldon Macleod about the Internet for All campaign.
Posted May 4, 2020
While banks are slashing lending rates, it's business as usual for payday lenders, now considered essential services during the pandemic.
The broadband internet connection in Mikayla Burnett’s Scarborough home struggled to handle the extra load as soon as Ontario schools closed last month due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If there’s one thing this crisis has made abundantly clear, it’s this: the internet is no longer a luxury, it’s now a necessity.