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Government spends $41M to bring broadband to rural Alberta

Briefs | 02/09/2022 5:27 pm EST
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(Stock photo via Pxhere.)

The federal government is investing $41 million to roll out broadband in rural areas of Alberta, it was announced Wednesday. The 21 projects will bring high-speed internet to 2,676 households in the province.

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