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Canada lags behind in digital economy: news update from

Canada needs to be a digital leader, not a digital laggard. But right now, the country is lagging in all four key areas of our digital economy: internet speed, openness, affordability, and content. Why was a company like Rogers allowed to get away for so long with false advertising about cell phone connections?  

It's time to push back.

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