Meh, Canada is not too bad as far as broadband internet is concerned (mobile is another matter). I'm currently with Rogers on a 500 Mbps unlimited plan (loyalty offer), paying about $80 CAD a month, including taxes (or about $60 USD). I'd be comfortable trying out Stadia on it when it arrives. The impression that I get from reddit is that data caps are widespread in the US, which would make Stadia less than appealing. I'm guessing that will be the biggest hurdle for many customers, who will likely need to seek out more expensive plans to accommodate it.