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n3k0

@teksavvy.com

CRTC report paints terrible telecom picture

»wordsbynowak.com/2012/07/06/crtc-repor/


MaynardKrebs
Heave Steve, for the good of the country
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join:2009-06-17
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Of course it's a terrible scene........the CRTC & the Competition Bureau have utterly failed at doing their jobs for the Canadian people.

On the other hand, the CRTC & the Competition Bureau have successfully protected their corporate masters.



Ott_Cable

@teksavvy.com

At least the two new guys (IC Canada & CRTC) didn't claim success like some 3rd country dictators. They could play the blaming game in the early stage on their predecessors, but that's going to haunt them in the future if they don't improve the situation.



JunjiHiroma
Live Free Or Die

join:2008-03-18
reply to n3k0

"Some things will never Change." - 2pac
I guess the CRTC will never ever help the Indies, no matter how much they try(Which is also never).The CRTC will and Cannot change,no matter how far they spin it.


funny0

join:2010-12-22
reply to n3k0

march 2006 according to sandvinve there were 24million internet users in canada
sept 2001 there were 21 million according to the cbc .....

thanks to caps and prices 3 million less users...
i know lets add a bad copyright law and ACTA via the EU CETA trade agreement that also would stuff ACTA into europe even though they voted against it....

dont ya love democracy....


balur

join:2010-04-28
kudos:1
reply to n3k0

21 million in 2001, 24 million in 2006, would indicate a 3 million increase from 2001 to 2006.



Ott_Cable

@teksavvy.com

Funny is Merlin, so he lives his life backward in time. So for him, 2001 is 5 year later from 2006.


funny0

join:2010-12-22
reply to balur

said by balur:

21 million in 2001, 24 million in 2006, would indicate a 3 million increase from 2001 to 2006.

sorry sept 2011 3 million decrease
in 5 short years is astounding and shows you how stupid isps are....


Ott_Cable

@teksavvy.com
reply to n3k0

»www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/boo···pid=rss1

>The CRTC has a new chairman, Jean-Pierre Blais, a veteran civil servant who has a reputation for being friendly toward the industry. Bell’s unprecedented proposal is the first real test of whether he will stand with them or with Canadian consumers. You might want to pay attention to what he does. Even if it gets a little boring

We'll see how the "new guy" screw Canadians over Bell.



n3k0

@teksavvy.com

"Meet the new boss; same as the old boss"