Providing Canadians with a proactive voice on Internet issues

The Internet Society – Canada Chapter advocates for affordable, fair and secure internet access for Canadians. Our focus is to bridge the digital divide by ensuring all Canadians reap the socio-economic benefits the internet provides.

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Make a difference for the Internet development in your community, and across the country.



So many of us take Internet access for granted, and we don’t see how important and transformative it can be. This is a great video that shows the impact the @internetsociety's work has.


This Native community built its own broadband network after years without reliable internet access — here’s what it means to residents

The work of #BTLR chair Janet Yale turned out to be more time-consuming, complicated than the gov't initially planned for, an ATIPed memo shows 🔒:

We have to start treating access to the internet as a public good, for the same reasons way we treat roads this way. Re your snow removal question and waste, that's a question of accountability - voters need to hold their officials to account for efficiency/cost of service.

Mr. Nino D'Avolio@Nino_DAvolio

@MichelleRempel What's your recommendation for our lowly populated areas given our geography? In Toronto we can't get consistent snow, ice removal in the suburbs, over passes. Wasteful spending, higher taxes doesn't seem to resolve issues.

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What our members are up to

Konrad von Finckenstein, ISCC Board Director, received the Founder of Canada’s Digital Economy Award last month. The award recognizes outstanding leaders whose contributions have been foundational to the creation, growth, and security of our digital economy and that should be recognized. Read more

Creating an Internet for everyone everywhere