Dan Mazier’s push to bring clarity to the Canadian internet landscape is back on.
The Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa member of Parliament had been working to amend Canada's Telecommunications Act, but that work was halted due to an unexpected election.
Mazier is taking on the fight for Canadians who have felt cheated by the country's internet companies.
Mazier recently introduced Bill C-288 in the House of Commons, a near copy of the legislation (Bill C-299) he tabled in the previous Parliament, which garnered significant national attention and support.
If passed, Bill C-288 would require Canadian internet service providers to provide the public with accurate and transparent information regarding the internet quality they can expect during the hours they will use the service.
Get all the details in this week's Dauphin Herald!