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Customers were NOT happy.
The CRTC expects telecoms to have them readily available by April 2019.
PC Magazine found Rogers's download speeds slower than its main competitors.
"Who knew that 'in home fibre' meant THROUGH MY DRAINAGE PIPE?"
Sasktel and Videotron ranked highest for internet service.
"There is shockingly little judicial review or due process in establishing and approving the list of websites being blocked."
Thousands of Canadians are registering their objections to the proposal.
This might have something to do with those deals the Big Three offered last month.
They've already raided a Montreal man's home.