BIV on Roundhouse December 18: Are high mobile wireless prices here to stay?

Plus, SFU researcher Noel Melton discusses the adoption of zero-emission vehicles

On the latest show, OpenMedia’s Katy Anderson dives into a new report examining Canada’s high prices for mobility services before discussing the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality regulations in the U.S.

Then, SFU researcher Noel Melton details three strategies to boost adoption of zero-emission vehicles, according to a new report he’s co-authored.

Later, lawyer and energy industry expert David Austin discusses how the downward price of renewable electricity further dampens the economics of the Site C Project.

And economist Daniel Schwanen of the C.D. Howe Institute discusses why Canadian innovation policy is failing and what policy-makers can do to step up the country’s game.

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