Rose Media

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Rose Media, also known as Rose Internet, was a Canadian dial-up Internet access provider in Toronto during the 1990s, and was a competitor of Canada Remote Systems (CRS).

Like CRS, Rose Media operated a for-profit PCBoard bulletin board system, and provided paying subscribers with Internet access, including a Usenet gateway and email. Rose Media also offered web hosting and consultation services.

Rose Media BBS was the hub of RoseNet, Rose Media's node of the RelayNet email exchange network.

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