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Not enough money for rural broadband, conference hears

News | 11/13/2019 9:50 pm EST
From left, Vince Gagné, Geoff Gillon, Angela Lawrence, Rick Hodgkinson and moderator Greg O'Brien speak at a rural broadband conference in North Bay, Ont./ Photo by Anja Karadeglija.

NORTH BAY Ont. The CRTC announced on Wednesday that it is now accepting a second round of applications for its Broadband Fund, as those in attendance at a conference focusing on rural connectivity heard about the need for more funding and more intergovernmental cooperation to ease bureaucratic barriers.

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