SaskTel rolled-out high-speed Internet services to eight First Nations communities, the company said. In a release Thursday, SaskTel said the Makaoo, Seekaskootch, Piapot, Little Pine, Mosquito, Witchekan Lake, Keeseekoose and Key First Nations will have access to high-speed Internet services. The new services are a part of a 2010 initiative to roll out high-speed Internet and fourth-generation wireless services in more than 20 First Nation communities, the company said. That initiative, which was scheduled to be completed by the end of 2012, has drawn on a combined $16.8 million investment by SaskTel and the federal Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development. Ron Styles, president and CEO of SaskTel, said in a statement that the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) and the Saskatoon Tribal Council also contributed to the project.