CRTC is seeking people to test their internet speeds using a Whitebox
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) launched the third phase of Measuring Broadband Canada
. This project is designed to identify areas where internet speeds are not meeting what is being advertised by internet service providers (ISPs). To participate in this project, applicants will need to complete an online registration
. After that, they may then be eligible to receive a physical Whitebox that connects to their internet and reports speeds to the CRTC.
This project represents an additional opportunity for rural Albertans to share the challenges of obtaining rural internet with the federal government.
Manager of Policy & Advocacy