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Social justice activists want Internet service providers and the federal government to reduce the digital divide in the home.
ACORN Canada, which represents low-income earners, says online communication has become so essential in today’s world that low-income earners deserve to have access along with everyone else.
Listen to CKNW News Talk's interview with BC ACORN member Rachel Goodine about ACORN's Digital Access to Opportunities campaign
Activists with the anti-poverty group ACORN spent Halloween day waving placards and chanting, calling on telecom giants to make the Internet more accessible for low-income people.
ACORN Canada members are demanding that Internet companies stop the horror.
An ad hoc group of about 10 people staged a protest outside of Port Coquitlam’s social assistance office Wednesday, demanding the province increase child support payments for people with disabilities.