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Quebec plan to invest in rural fibre stalled, ISPs say

News | 09/05/2012 8:56 pm EDT

A $900 million investment by the Quebec government to bring high-speed broadband connectivity to its unserved and underserved residents over 10 years has made little progress since it was first announced last winter, small Quebec Internet service providers (ISPs) say.

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