Netflix CEO sees Canadian growth, but Canadian ISP cap limits still a problem Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Sep. 10 2012, 12:45 PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Sep. 13 2012, 8:22 AM EDT In conversation with The Globe's Omar El Akkad, Reed Hastings sees growth in his company's furture but can't understand why Canada's broadband cap limits remain the lowest in the developed world Watch More Video: Scientists looking for life in the solar system keeping a close eye on this moon How this CEO built $1B start-up in Ottawa Newtown father turns to science to curb violence HootSuite founder aims to inspire young entrepreneurs Snow geese flock from Siberia to spend winter near Vancouver Make your cellphone worthless to thieves Which batteries work the best? Top games from 2013 to add to your Christmas list Chris Hadfield gives free lecture to packed house in Waterloo Flying, crime-fighting robots featured at innovation show Best and worst Internet trends from 2013 Amazon takes deliveries to new heights, tests drones U.K. retailers gear up for 'cyber Monday' Tech for tots: How young is too young? Should you buy a PS4 or Xbox One? Our gamers give you an answer 'Zombie comet' reappears after being declared dead Everything you wanted to know about comets Nearly intact baby dinosaur skeleton discovered in Alberta's Dinosaur Park Ubislate tablet set to launch in Canada for just over $50 Chris Hadfield explains the possible effects of meteorites Comments AA More Related to this Story Watch it/Watch out Does Netflix Canada suck? Our readers weigh in Video: Steven Van Zandt plays former mob boss in Lilyhammer Media Video: How much of a competition threat is Bell's Astral deal?