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New rural dev. ministry to release plans for broadband in June

Briefs | 05/02/2019 6:04 pm EDT

OTTAWA The newly-minted Ministry of Rural Economic Development will next month release its development strategy for the rural economy, detailing among other things how it plans to spend its portion of the $1.7 billion announced in March for rural connectivity.

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