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Telus and Sogetel getting $38 million for high-speed connectivity projects

Briefs | 05/03/2021 5:58 pm EDT

Telus Corp. and Sogetel Inc. are each getting millions to connect 2,850 houses in Quebec to high-speed internet by September 2022 for a total cost of $38 million, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) announced Monday. 

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