Cable & Telecom

Election 2021: How do you solve a problem like the digital divide?

Three parties, three different solutions By Amanda Oye THE LIBERALS, CONSERVATIVES AND NDP all agree there is an issue with access to high-speed Internet in Canada, particularly in the country’s rural, remote and Indigenous communities, and that cellphone and Internet bills in the country are too high. All three parties have different ideas on how to fix these problems. Access to high-speed Internet All three parties agree high-speed Internet is essential and want to make sure everyone in the country has access to it. Rural, remote and Indigenous communities are a high priority in this regard. The parties, however, differ...