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Gov. allocates $6.6 million in UBF to Saskatchewan

Briefs | 02/17/2022 2:11 pm EST
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The Canadian government is investing nearly $6.6 million in rural Saskatchewan in its effort to connect 98 per cent Canadians to high-speed internet by 2026.

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