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Cell Phone Sadness: Canadians call for a more competitive, less expensive industry

Few aware of recent CRTC decision on Mobile Virtual Networks  April 11, 2016 – Canadians’ collective frustrations with their cell phone service is legendary. So much so that entire businesses have been set up to call customer service lines on

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Beyond Vancouver & Toronto, most Canadian city dwellers say home prices either high or unreasonable

Two-in-three would like government to intervene more in the real estate sector  February 26, 2016 – A comprehensive survey of Canadians from coast to coast indicates perceptions of high housing prices in the Canadian real estate market exist and extend

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Few Canadians support banning Uber; but most want it regulated the same as taxi industry

Generation gap divides country on opinions about Uber and Airbnb February 12, 2016 – Taxi drivers in Canada’s largest city have called off another round of anti-Uber protests  that would have coincided with the NBA’s All-Star weekend festivities, but frustration with

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GTA woes: Transit top concern for residents; housing costs threaten to push millennials out

Nearly half of those 18 – 34 considering leaving due to high housing prices. September 4, 2015 – The Economist may have recently named Toronto one of the world’s most liveable cities, but a new survey from the Angus Reid

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Lotusland Blues: One-in-five Metro Vancouverites experience extreme housing & traffic pain; most of them think of leaving

Study examining housing, transportation pressures shows generation of region’s dwellers could be lost. June 18, 2015 – With housing prices soaring higher than the peaks of the North Shore mountains and the transportation issues of a growing region on the

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Canadians at work: technology enables more flexibility, but longer hours too; checking in is the new normal

Canadians view mobile technology, despite increase in working hours, as a positive thing February 9, 2015 – Working Canadians say the use of mobile technology as a tool of the trade has them working more, checking in more often, but

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