Canada and the EU now have a free trade deal, it doesn't mean citizens of EU member states can automatically live and work in Canada, or vice versa.
Your first sentence is the ideal solution, Mrs C.
Careful petal, I could have you for libel. I'd better take a screenshot before you delete your post.
"If you are not paying for the product, you are the product" And you have just used Google. I take it you never use an Apple or Android product, or use Facebook - all tax avoiders.
Tut tut, Mrs C, you berated me recently for using tax-dodging Amazon, and there you are making use of tax-dodging Google.
It was UKIP sweeping the board at the 2014 EU election that forced Cameron into promising a referendum on our EU membership. We have Farage to thank for Brexit, so UKIP was very relevant until its aim was achieved.
Brexit, and Trump being elected were the two political highlights of 2016.
Just as well you moved to Dawlish, isn't it?
As the service will be provided free to its users, and also supposed to generate a profit for the provider and the Council, I am puzzled as to where that profit lies, unless users will get bombarded with adverts.
Free wi-fi where both the Council and provider make a profit, I wonder where that profit will come from?