Low-income Canadians are taking money from their food budgets to pay for internet service according to a new report that is calling for a national affordable home Internet program. Internet access is important to everyday life, and lack of access excludes low-income Canadians from opportunities to education, employment, and many government services. The advocacy group wants the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission to mandate a $10 per month high speed home internet product for those living below Statistics Canada’s low income measure. Do you think there should be a $10 per month internet product for those living below the poverty line?
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