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Feds announce $41M in funding for rural Alberta broadband

Briefs | 03/15/2022 4:57 pm EDT

The federal government is investing $41 million to deliver high-speed broadband to 5,806 households in Alberta, the Department of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development announced Tuesday. 

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