We stood with you in 2009 on Net Neutrality; in 2010 with our Open Government initiative; and we’re proud to stand with you again.
Late last night news broke that Tony Clement will ask the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to reverse their decision on usage-based Internet billing – a decision that allows internet service providers to impose download limits and new fees.
It’s another step towards an open and competitive internet in Canada, and it’s thanks to you. But our work is not yet done. We need to keep up the pressure until the CRTC’s decision is reversed once and for all.
Help us ensure the CRTC’s decision is overturned by taking these 4 simple actions.
Join our email list
Like you, we’re passionate defenders of an open internet. Liberals worked together with OpenMedia / Save Our Net Coalition on Net Neutrality, and our Open Government policy is built on principles you believe in. Join our email list to help make an open internet a reality.
Help us hold them accountable in committee
Liberals voted to investigate this issue through a Parliamentary committee—one of the most powerful forums in Canadian government. From February 3rd through February 8th, we have the chance to question representatives from the CRTC and Minister Tony Clement on this issue. Submit your questions here and we’ll press for answers in Parliament.
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