Netflix CEO sees Canadian growth, but Canadian ISP cap limits still a problem Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Sep. 10, 2012 12:45PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Sep. 13, 2012 8:22AM 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: In 1985, Canada's first cellphone customer paid $10,000 a year Study discovers sharks with positive buoyancy Autonomous cars have close call in California Study shows Polish pigs prefer Mozart to heavy metal South America’s first electric plane takes to the skies Impressive vortex opens on lake after flood water released from reservoir World's first commercial jetpack set for 2016 launch Israeli fighter jet helmet senses if pilot passes out NASA tracking sun's surface with Solar Dynamics Observatory This cockroach robot uses its shell to overcome obstacles Students create smart jacket to keep cyclists safe on Mexico City's roads Drones, missiles, and fighter jets at Paris Airshow Robot designed to recognize human emotions unveiled in Japan Video: Video feed offers first-ever high-definition video of Earth Japan's chef of the future is a robot Are invasive species good for giant tortoises? Ask the dung 'Lost' space probe Philae wakes up Oculus unveils virtual reality headset Space trio make 'textbook' landing on return from ISS How can companies stay ahead of data thieves? 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?