Beginning March 1, 2016, all Canadian TV providers will have to offer a basic package of channels for no more than $25 a month and give consumers the option of ordering individual channels a la carte or in small bundles. By December, TV providers must offer both a la carte ordering and small channel bundles.
While some consumers might be tempted to drastically reduce how much they pay for TV, it could cost them in another way.
Supplementing a slimmer cable package with a video streaming service or two could increase data charges. Plus, you may have to surrender any discounts you get from bundling cable with home phone, Internet and/or wireless service.
Source : Huffington Post