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Canadian LEOs challenge SpaceX’s offering, Gov. subsidy

News | 05/16/2022 7:04 pm EDT
An LEO satellite system./ Via YouTube.

Players in the low-earth orbit satellite (LEOs) space are casting doubt on  Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) ability to perform in the Canadian market three days after the government announced that it would spend more than $1 million from the Universal Broadband Fund’s Rapid Response Stream to connect up to 1,162 homes in rural Manitoba through the Starlink brand.  

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