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: Netflix CEO sees Canadian growth, but Canadian ISP cap limits still a problem What's next for 25-year-old Web? Robot takes on top-ranked ping pong player New technology spreads light into dark city corners created by skyscrapers Disturbing Facebook page 'Creature Hunting' surfaces mocking homeless German researchers project future of text displays Highly anticipated 'Titanfall' launches on Xbox One Facebook may be closing in on dream drone deal Northern Lights dance green, red, pink in the U.K. Scientists worry about tiny 'fairy penguins' Polar bears captured on Manitoba Street View NASA and JAXA launch satellite to measure precipitation from space The science behind light pillars Video: Our increasingly connected world runs through our smartphones This is the insane way Whistler protects you from avalanches Is a $25 smartphone on the horizon? Check out these creative Google doodles from Canadian students Zuckerberg on WhatsApp and internet access for all Why Facebook dropped $19-billion on WhatsApp A look at the 'video game' scientists use to study PEI's shrinking size This video game is trying to revolutionize the first-person shooter genre 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?