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Fibre connections coming to Quebec’s far north

Briefs | 08/22/2018 5:39 pm EDT
Argenteuil—La Petite-Nation MP Stéphane Lauzon is shown a map of Nunavik during the announcement of $125.2 million in funding for fibre build out in the region on Aug. 22, 2018. / Photo via Stéphane Lauzon's Twitter.

With $125.2 million in funds from the Connect to Innovate program and the Quebec government, the Kativik Regional Government will build some of the most remote fibre internet backbone in the country over the next three years.

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