Harper Threatens Net Neutrality

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If allowed to stand, the CRTC decision could pave the way for Bell and Telus to decide whether to provide competitor access to broadband and increase prices for broadband and other next generation telecom services. Innovation and service will suffer.

We urge you to visit the campaign website where you can send a letter to Prime Minister Harper, Industry Minister Tony Clement, Opposition Leader Michael Ignatieff and your own Member of Parliament.

The CRTC has not yet made its crucial decision on traffic management (Net Neutrality). There is still time for you to encourage your friends and family to send them a letter today.

OPEN INTERNET TOWN HALL SET FOR EAST COAST

After hosting Open Internet Town Hall events in Vancouver, Ottawa and Toronto, SaveOurNet.ca is supporting another one, this time in Halifax. "Who is SHAPING your Digital Future?" runs from 7 to 9:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 26, at the McInnes Room of the Dalhousie University Student Union Building.

For more information visit:
www.chebucto.ns.ca/Current/CourtesyCCN.shtml

The SaveOurNet campaign has come a long way, but now it is more important than ever that we press on. Our work would not be possible without your contributions. Please donate today.

Sincerely,

The SaveOurNet.ca Team
 

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