by Isabelle Docto
November 7, 2023
More affordable high-speed internet is on its way to some Canadians.
On Monday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that it’s taking action to “increase choice and affordability of high-speed internet services for more than five million Canadian households.”
In a temporary and expedited decision, the CRTC says it will allow smaller, independent internet companies to sell services over major telecommunications companies’ — like Bell and Telus — fibre networks in Ontario and Quebec.
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