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Ookla, a market leader in network monitoring, has just released its Market Analysis report on Canada's fastest internet providers — and the results may very well surprise you.

According to their research, Shaw was named Canada’s fastest broadband provider, with a median download speed of 209.44 Mbps during the second quarter of 2022. Rogers came in second (197.94 Mbps) and Bell (137.98 Mbps) in third.

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Anyone out there looking for jobs in B.C. is in luck — because Bell Canada is actually one of the best employers for young people in Canada, and they're hiring right now.

Bell Canada is looking to fill a bunch of jobs and many are available in Vancouver, B.C., and if you've been looking for your first job ever or maybe a career change, there might be some options on this list for you.

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The federal government has laid out a plan to deliver $20 per month high-speed internet, a move it says will help to connect "hundreds of thousands" of Canadians.

On Monday, April 4, federal officials announced the next phase of the Connecting Families initiative, which aims to help seniors and low-income families access high-quality internet services at affordable rates.

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C'est ce mercredi 26 janvier 2022 que se tient la journée Bell Cause pour la cause. Cette campagne philanthropique annuelle de Bell bénéficie d'une médiatisation importante et est souvent saluée pour briser les tabous sur la santé mentale.

Cependant, des organismes spécialisés et des regroupements de médecins affirment que l'engagement de Bell pour cette cause ne se reflète pas dans sa programmation et ses opérations.

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One of the best times of the year to buy a new phone is on Black Friday, with deals just calling (pun intended!) your name.

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