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What southerners take for granted, northern Canadians can only hope for

News | 06/19/2000 4:00 am EDT

Southern Canadians have gone beyond dreaming of the arrival of competition, convergence and broadband speeds. In many parts of Canada, they are now taking it for granted. Such is not the reality for the approximately 110,000 Canadians who live in the northern territories, and the remote northern areas of British Columbia.

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