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Federal government, BC announce $1.9m in broadband rollout

Briefs | 09/06/2022 4:59 pm EDT
The view from Keats Island, British Columbia./ photo via Wikimedia Commons

The Canadian government has partnered with the government of British Columbia to facilitate the rollout of $1.9 million in broadband infrastructure, it was announced Tuesday. There will be two projects, on Keats Island and in New Brighton, B.C. Approximately 663 households will now have access to high-speed internet. The federal money comes from the Canadian government’s Universal Broadband Fund.

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