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Canada’s broadband promise is opening a new door for cultural content

News | 05/17/2001 4:00 am EDT

The National Broadband Task force is preparing its final report on what initiatives Canada must take to ensure all communities have broadband access by 2004. But as the presentation below highlights, the task force’s review hasn’t focused exclusively on infrastructure. In a recent report to the group, CANARIE Inc notes that broadband is merely the catalyst for moving content into a new dimension. An excerpt from CANARIE’s report appears as follows:

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