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The quick guide to Canada political parties stances on net neutrality

Complete list of political parties political stances on net neutrality

Conservative

Conservative’s political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

Conservative’s answer: No, treat all traffic equally and continue the openness of the internet Source

Liberal

Liberal’s political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

Liberal’s answer: No, treat all traffic equally and continue the openness of the internet Source

New Democratic

New Democratic’s political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

New Democratic’s answer: No, treat all traffic equally and continue the openness of the internet Source

Green

Green’s political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

Green’s answer: No, this would allow them to remove competition, create artificial scarcity, and increase prices

No, treat all traffic equally and continue the openness of the internet
Source

Libertarian

Libertarian’s political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

Libertarian voters: No Source

Communist

Communist’s political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

Communist voters: No Source

Christian Heritage

Christian Heritage’s political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

Christian Heritage voters: No Source

Bloc Québécois

Bloc Québécois’ political stances on net neutrality

Domestic Policy issues

Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)? stats discuss

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