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Funion – Canada and the US tried competition, tried deregulation. In the US alone, dozens of CLECs started up trying to compete. With rare exception, they are all gone today. Now it is true that Canadian companies do play hardball, but the fact of the matter is that building new infrastructure is ridiculously expensive, so expensive that new competition can’t enter the market. Who is to blame? It’s not just the incumbents, it’s the suppliers of the equipment, and the overall state of affairs. This isn’t just in Canada, in virtually every 1st world nation the competitive landscape is an oligopolistic situation. What could regulation do? Zilch. The market controls the competition, not the government.