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Feds continue rollout of connectivity, Quebec achieves universality

Briefs | 12/16/2022 1:20 pm EST
A tower equipped with fixed wireless broadcasting technology. (Screenshot via Bell.)

The federal government’s Innovation Science and Economic Development (ISED) department reported on its rollout of internet service through the Universal Broadband Fund (UBF) on Thursday. In November the government announced a further $475 million to the UBF, bringing its total to $3.22 billion. 

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