Given that Canada is ALREADY facing a $500 million claim from Eli Lilly over 'potential lost price gouging opportunities', I can't help but wonder if this study takes the costs of ISDS settlements into account in coming up with the tiny net gains. If they're not already counted in there, the net effect could actually be negative.
Fortunately, in most of the major markets, Canadians have the choice of ditching Bell/Robbers as their ISP and going with any one of several smaller ISPs that offer truly unlimited Internet - if only they're smart enough to do so...
If he had just followed the nice policeman's instructions and 'confessed' that he really meant shooting fellow students, then everything would have turned out OK. That he insisted on telling the truth.... Well, that's his own fault, now isn't it?
The Province of Ontario just announced that it has conducted a study which shows conclusively that merely having the screen of an electronic device visible to you causes sufficient distraction to degrade your driving as much as if you were drunk. Consequently, the police will now charge you if the screen of a device is visible to you. Period. And clearly, there can be no appeal of this; if you're stopped, you're guilty.
Here's EVERYTHING you need to know about this study and the new law: the cops and their laptop computers are exempt.