OpenMedia.ca has named the Pirate Party of Canada and the NDP as the best-ranked political parties on digital policy issues. The advocacy group released the results of its “Digital Future Survey” Thursday with report cards on each political party. The Pirate party received a score of 29 out of 30 for its policies on net neutrality, fibre rollout, consumer protection, and other policies and proposals for reform. The NDP also received a score of 29 for its policies on using spectrum auction proceeds to support broadband rollout, its private member’s bill on net neutrality, ISP transparency, public interest protection at the CRTC, and other issues. The Liberal party was rated 27 out of 30 for its proposals on broadband connectivity, an open Internet directive to the CRTC, a set aside for new entrants in the 700 MHz spectrum auction, and other issues. The Conservatives were tagged with “not available” for failing to answer the survey. Still, OpenMedia laid out some of the party’s digital policy positions on issues such as functional separation. The Bloc Québécois received a rating of 24, in part for its request for $900 million in federal funding for broadband development in the province. The Green party also received a score of 24 out of 30 in part for its proposal for a “super fund” to help municipalities invest in broadband infrastructure.