SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe deregulation of Canada’s telecommunications industry has not resulted in lower prices and more choice when it comes to mobile phone, internet, and television services, according to a consumer advocacy group.”In most services, we lag international models in relation to price and choice,” Michael Janigan of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre said Wednesday. Counterparts.The wireless market in particular seems to “be the cash cow of the industry,” he said.Janigan’s report says the average monthly cellphone cost in Canada, including voice, text and data, is $67.50, compared with $59.99 in the United States and $32.40 in the United Kingdom.Telus spokesman Shawn Hall called the report “self serving mythology.”Competition has reduced prices, Hall said. Telus’s broadband internet service starts at $22 a month, about half the price of what dial up service cost 10 years ago.
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Final call for the Saturday Night DivasFriends, mothers, daughters, aunts, grandmas and sisters will be hitting the streets for the Bath Moonlight WalkByBronte HowardTrainee news reporter18:34, 1 SEP 2017The Dorothy House Moonlight Walk returns this year. (L R) Kerrie Hughes, Rose Eames, Emily Knight and Kirsty Whiting Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe walk is Dorothy House’s biggest annual fundraiser and last year attracted almost 800 entrants who raised essential funds towards caring for people with life limiting illnesses on B Somerset and Wiltshire.However, entries close this weekend, so would be walkers need to sign up to take part.This year’s theme for the Walk is ‘Saturday Night Divas’ and brings women together to celebrate life and the people affected by end of life care in our community.Friends, mothers, daughters, aunts, grandmas and sisters will be hitting the streets for the Bath Moonlight Walk dressed in their finest disco gear to celebrate the vital work of Dorothy House and share a great night out.Alex Brown: A ray of hope for little HarmonieThe women only sponsored 8km Walk, now in its 11th year, starts at 10pm on Saturday September 9 from the SouthGate Shopping Centre and takes in the main sights of the city of Bath.The event begins with a pre party from 8pm that includes music, stalls and a raffle competition to win a Mulberry handbag worth over Butlers in the Buff will be making an appearance and there’ll be a fun warm up session before the start.Members of the Eames family from Bath are taking part in the Bath Moonlight Walk to support Dorothy House, a charity close to their hearts. Louise McDermott was cared for by the hospice before she died in 2013 aged 47 years.