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Cogeco wants to put fibre cables in Ottawa River

Briefs | 11/23/2018 3:05 pm EST
Photo of the Ottawa River via Pxhere.

Part of Cogeco Inc.’s plan to deliver gigabit internet service to its footprint is to put two fibre cables at the base of the Ottawa River, according to a company spokesman.

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