I didn't write this one, but I was involved in bringing it together. This past July, for the second year in a row, my partner and I drove around Alberta and Vancouver Island, British Columbia, gathering data for PC Magazine's annual test of Canada's cellular networks.
The testing involves days spent in a car with multiple cellphones in your lap. You have to watch that the handsets are connecting to their networks, watch the road, navigate and note stop and start times at each testing locations. Much questionable food is eaten. It's a huge shift from the way that my workday typically looks.
For the results of the tests, you'll want to click this.