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Le coût d’accès à Internet au Canada est devenu tellement élevé que certaines familles ne peuvent plus suivre, selon l’organisation nationale ACORN.
ACORN Canada, qui défend les droits des familles qui ont des revenus peu élevés ou moyens, a publié un rapport mardi faisant état de l’accès à Internet au pays, et appelant le gouvernement fédéral à agir.
ACORN Canada wants “digital equity” from federal government
A group is claiming low-income families in the country are suffering because of the high cost of internet. According to the CBC, ACORN Canada wants “digital equity” to be a federal priority. The group says the internet is an essential service, so the government is obligated to provide affordable, fast and reliable access for everyone in the country.
The high cost of internet access in Canada is leaving low-income families behind, says a national organization that is calling on the federal government to act.
ACORN Canada, a charitable organization that advocates for low- to moderate-income families, is set to release a report on Tuesday that says "digital equity" must become a federal priority.
Nova Scotia ACORN is collaborating with our community partners, LakeCity Works, to launch a Computer Enrichment Program!
HALIFAX—A small group of anti-poverty activists took to the streets of downtown Halifax on Saturday, urging Canadian telecom giant Eastlink to offer more affordable internet, as many of their competitors do.
ACORN (the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) has been advocating for low-income internet service across Canada since 2013 with a campaign called Internet for All. The local ACORN chapter organized a rally for the start of the holiday season to make a cheeky statement about Eastlink’s response to its demands.