Posted by OpenMedia.ca on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 - 21:41
Listen up, world leaders! The citizens of the Internet have a few demands. We want to put an end to threats to Internet freedom. Head over to OpenMedia.org/Censorship to send a clear message to world leaders that we will not stand for the closed, censored and policed Internet outlined in the TPP.
Posted by OpenMedia.ca on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 - 22:27
A leading Canadian innovator, Phillip Djwa, was recently interviewed by global news to demand more choice and innovative opportunity for Canadians. Canada needs to open its wireless networks if it wants to increase its global competitiveness. In TPP news, Don Davies has highlighted the need for public scrutiny in the TPP process to enhance our democracy. Speak out for choice and democracy at DemandChoice.ca and OpenMedia.org/DigitalFuture.
Posted by OpenMedia.ca on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 23:17
Big telecom is bad for business! 35 leading innovators have sent a letter to Industry Minister, James Moore, asking him to stop restricting Canadian economic innovation by coddling the Big Three. Canada needs to open its networks to smaller, independent providers to give citizens choice. Speak out now at DemandChoice.caRead more »
Posted by OpenMedia.ca on Thursday, September 5, 2013 - 00:16
It’s official. Verizon is out of the picture. It’s more obvious than ever that the Big Three launched their misleading and dishonest campaign to fool Canadians. The whole Verizon scare was “way overblown.” The fact still remains, our Canadian cellphone market is still broken and you deserve more affordable options. Ask decision makers to stop allowing the Big Three to restrict the growth of Canadian grown independent providers at DemandChoice.ca. Read more »
Posted by OpenMedia.ca on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 - 21:55
We’re asking for Moore choice in our cellphone market. It looks like our Industry Minister is taking some of the right steps by publicly speaking out against the Big Three’s misleading PR campaign. So far, it looks like he can talk the talk. But will he walk the walk? Let him know where you stand at http://DemandChoice.ca. Read more »