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What’s holding up Canada’s internet? • The Register

From the article, which accurately describes the general situation. The costs of fast Internet access (if you can get it, that is), are high; coupled with the extraordinarily high costs of mobile (Canada is one of the most expensive in the world for mobile), the urban consumer ends up paying considerably more for less than her cohort equivalent elsewhere.

Canada is seeking to transition from a resource-based economy towards one that is more knowledge-based. If we are to keep up with the Joneses in the G-20, we have little choice. This means businesses based on something other than cutting down trees and pulling oil out of the ground.

A brief examination of regulatory capture

Source: What’s holding up Canada’s internet? • The Register

Opinion: Reimagining the Paper | The Scientist Magazine®

Breaking down lengthy, narrative-driven biomedical articles into brief reports on singular observations or experiments could increase reproducibility and accessibility in the literature.

Source: Opinion: Reimagining the Paper | The Scientist Magazine®