Three posts last week, including a rare weekend post you may have missed Friday night.
Canada is in the midst of a pandemic election campaign and it is fitting that I started the week with a look at what I would like to see in political platforms, looking through a telecom policy lens.
While some are trying to characterize Canada’s telecom marketplace as uncompetitive, I recall the words of Dr. Christian Dippon
of NERA Economic Consulting:
Canada is home to some of the fastest and most advanced wireless networks in the world. Quite simply, a market cannot both be noncompetitive and offer some of the best mobile wireless services in the world.