Support Bill C-552 (Internet Neutrality)
This bill has been introduced to protect our freedom on the internet. Please contact your MP and articulate that you support this bill, and that internet neutrality (equal access for all people on the internet) is something that is important to you.
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CONTACT YOUR MP
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OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER
80 Wellington Street
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SEND THEM THIS LETTER OR WRITE YOUR OWN
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[Address of Politician]
I am writing to express my extreme concern about the recent actions of internet service providers (ISPs) regarding the important issue of internet neutrality. I am dismayed that Bell Canada, along with other industry providers, are "throttling" internet service in order to provide better service to some, while limiting others. This is unacceptable, and I sincerely support the legislation set forth in Bill C-552 that will ensure a free and democratic internet for all people.
The internet should be a free educational resource for all the peoples of the world, and it is clear that ISPs are not willing to continue to provide fair and equal service to all people. I simply cannot state how adamantly I oppose this view; the internet must remain free and accessible in order to ensure that the populace is actively engaged in seeking information and communication on the internet.
Internet neutrality must be upheld in order to ensure a more democratic and transparent mass media. If I found that you do not support this bill that upholds freedom for Canadians, I would be extremely disappointed, and it would likely impact my vote in any upcoming election.
As my elected representative, you simply must listen to the concerns of Canadians, and you must support this bill.
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