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Broadband project in rural Manitoba getting $260 million

Briefs | 03/26/2021 3:00 pm EDT

The federal government’s Canada Infrastructure Bank and DIF Capital Partners have signed an agreement in principle to spend $130 million each to increase rural broadband connectivity through the Southern Manitoba Fibre project. 

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