Just wanted to say thank you for your awesome product. I've been dealing with a crappy 8P8C connector with a broken tab for nearly a decade now, and it falls out the back of my PC every time I move it. I figured the only way to fix it would be to just cut the cable and either solder or crimp a new one on, which sounded like a lot of work, so I never bothered.
Then today I saw your product featured at Sayal Electronics in Vaughan. They have a little framed photo of your product which told me to go looking for it on the shelves. I bought a couple, and not only did they work perfectly on my nasty old "wadded in electrical tape" ethernet cable, they even make a nice satisfying click when you plug them in, and it doesn't look like they're sliding around or budging. And they're made in Canada, in my home city, that's so cool!
So now I'm telling all my friends and internet groups on Facebook and Reddit about this product, cause I suffered for years with this problem not even knowing a solution existed, and you not only made a fix, you made it quality too. So
Yesterday we had the pleasure of attending the Canadian Internet Forum hosted by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) in Ottawa, Ontario. We were excited to meet and learn from leading Canadians how they hope to shape the internet within Canada and around the world. From affordable broadband for all to changing education to meet Canada's needs in the digital sector, we learned much about these challenges in meeting the needs of Canadian citizens online.
We participated in workshops to discuss the changes we need to make today for digital Canadians tomorrow. We came away feeling very positive about what we do to help people connect with one another.