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Canadian, BC governments invest $830M in high-speed internet

Briefs | 03/08/2022 12:01 pm EST
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The federal government has partnered with the government of British Columbia on the rollout of high-speed internet in rural, remote and Indigenous communities. The announcement was made Tuesday in Mission, British Columbia by Gudie Hutchings, federal Minister of Rural Economic Development and Lisa Beare, the provincial Minister of Citizens’ Services.

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