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New 2030 speed target too far away for rural Canada: NDP critic

Briefs | 03/22/2019 11:25 am EDT
NDP Innovation critic Brian Masse addresses media on Mar. 28, 2018. /File photo by Andrew Meade.

OTTAWA NDP industry critic Brian Masse says the new broadband strategy allocated in the 2019 federal budget is a cobbled-together “Frankenstein” approach to boosting internet connections that falls short on funding and comes with an “outlandish” speed target deadline of 2030.

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