It might be more interesting for you to request some speedtest files and test IPs with some providers you like.
The best testing you can still do yourself
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Also look at the peering connections and transit providers used by your customer base (in Canada) and the server.
Our experience is we have extensive peering with Canadian ISPs and also reach them through Level3 and Cogent networks (strong presence in North America). If the traffic does not leave the network, latency will be low and throughput speed will be high.
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