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: Researchers create metal surface that completely repels water One hundred little robots do mesmerizing, choreographed dance Got a new phone? Here's what to do with the old one What causes that earthy smell after rain? Scientists think they have an answer Life-saving app detects car accidents, alerts your loved ones Californian eighth-grader starts company after inventing Lego-based braille printer New prosthetic arm set to give amputees more freedom at an affordable price Stunning time-lapse images of Earth compiled by astronaut 2014 was Earth's hottest year since 1880: NASA Missing spacecraft Beagle 2 found on Mars Adorable/mildly terrifying dancing robots greet you at this pop-up café in Japan SpaceX cargo capsule reaches International Space Station TVs of the future? Thinner, brighter and full of apps Smartphones: The future for malaria diagnosis? Researchers using virtual reality therapy to teach self-compassion Innovative wheelchair technology is helping people stand up Wearables, automation and drones at annual CES gadget show Footage shows successful launch of 3,600-kg experiment designed to reveal cosmic origins Dutch invention called 'the mouse chair' lets you wiggle while you work A 'silent but powerful' wind turbine that is also disguised as a tree 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?