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Canada needs to adopt an open access infrastructure model if it’s going to provide Internet service competitive with the bandwidth and prices offered elsewhere in the world, a panel of networking experts agreed at today’s CANARIE Summit in Toronto. The ageing copper infrastructure that’s found in cities like Toronto, Ottawa,