Media Release - Canada has Fallen Behind in Crucial Segment of the Telecom Sector – April 27, 2012
Canada will need to adapt to the winds of change sweeping across the globe if t is to remain competitive in the challenging world of high speed internet. A close look at the international experience of several countries that are ahead offer some solid clues as to the path Canada should take.
Media Release - Pricing and the Future of the Internet – July 14, 2011
Policy and regulatory structure for telecom, internet access and video distribution should be consistent with technology advancements, allowing Canadians full access to internet video, and the opportunity to participate in new service developments.
Media Release - Telecommuting and Working at Home in the Emerging Work Environment – June 24, 2011
Wendell Cox documents the rise of telecommuting and working from home in Canada, arguing that these trends hold the potential to bring substantial economic, social and environmental benefits.
Media Release - The End of Taxi Regulation – May 17, 2011
The coming ubiquity of Smart Phones will make the current infrastructure and regulations of the taxi industry irrelevant.
Media Release - The Folly of Saskatchewan’s “Free” Public Wireless Internet – March 3, 2011
A media release summarising the key points of the Frontier Backgrounder Saskatchewan! Connected?
Media Release - Improving Life from Telecommuting – October 6, 2009
Spurred by advances in information technology, especially the spread of broadband services, telecommuting is already the fastest growing mode of getting from home to work.