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: Lawyer says hacks like Ashley Madison mark new legal territory First tickets issued for orca-drone violation Global sea levels have risen seven centimetres in two decades: NASA Take that sharks! New surfing tech deters ocean predators from biting Uterus transplant leads to baby being born from same womb as its mother Drones to curb poaching of turtle eggs Craters on closeup: NASA releases new hi-res images of Saturn's moon Dione Foods taking on new hues without artificial dyes How this robot swan is helping clean the waters in Singapore Loners no more: New species of octopus discovered who mate 'beak-to-beak' everyday Plums, peaches, cherries – all plucked from the same tree. But how? Toronto startup targets wearables market with security wristband Understanding El Nino (and what it means for the coming winter) Samsung unveils two phones ahead of new iPhone Researchers study octopus that has some odd hunting and mating behaviour Austrian glacier replicates Mars for researchers World's biggest telescope to give scientists a window to the Sun Astronauts enjoy first space-grown lettuce aboard ISS Six-hour spacewalk begins with 'window washing' Fly catcher robot could improve our understanding of Alzheimer's 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?