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B.C. community temporarily without Internet service

Briefs | 12/02/2015 7:03 pm EST

Onewayout.net Society, the only Internet service provider in Stewart, B.C., has shut down its services as it awaits the provision of new connections, courtesy of Telus Corp. and another small British Columbia-based ISP.

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