Does your Internet connection measure up to what the company claims it offers? According to a new report by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the “vast majority” of participating Canadian Internet service providers (ISPs) met or exceeded the maximum download and upload speeds they advertise. The report, using data collected last October, measured… Read More

Access to rural broadband Internet is a crucial part of running a successful farm and farm business. Whether it’s access to information, ability to use technology, or running a business from a rural area, Internet speed, access, and cost is becoming increasingly important for Canada’s rural areas. As the importance of rural Internet service rises,… Read More

If you live rurally, there’s a good chance you don’t have the greatest Internet. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and participating Internet service providers (ISPs) are looking to hopefully change that. The CRTC and ISPs are looking for people to participate in the Measuring Broadband Canada project, which tests the speeds of home… Read More

 

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