Why the CRTC Is Dead To Me and Deaf To You

Oh, whine, whine, whine. Complain, complain, complain.

Canadians are champion complainers. It’s intuitive. An instinctive reaction to occasional feelings about the utter futility of existence in a bloody cold country.

Listen, if complaining were a winter Olympic sport, we’d own the podium in Sochi. And, once at the podium, what would a Canadian start complaining about? Television, cable, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. That’s what.

It’s true that Canadians have a lot to complain about in this area. It’s the job of the CRTC to listen and do something. And it isn’t. It’s faking it.

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