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New rural development minister to tackle broadband availability

News | 01/14/2019 2:33 pm EST
Bernadette Jordan is sworn in as minister of rural economic development at Rideau Hall on Jan 14, 2019. / Photo by Andrew Meade.

After the auditor general blasted the government for not having a clear plan to deal with the deployment of rural broadband, the Liberal government on Monday created a ministry to deal with the matter.

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