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Cashing in on Canadian Connectedness: The Move to Demonstrating Value

The Conference Board of Canada has ranked Canada second in its ‘Connectedness Index,’ behind the United States. The Conference Board defines connectedness as the availability and use of information and communication technologies and associated services to facilitate communications, interactions and transactions, whenever and wherever.

Going Mobile—Slowly: How Wireline Telephone Regulation Slows Cellular Network Development

Neil Quigley and Margaret Sanderson address the issue of Canada’s poor cellular capacity and the unwillingness of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to evolve regulations as times change.