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Federal government invests $31 million in Nova Scotia broadband

Briefs | 12/19/2022 4:02 pm EST
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The Canadian government announced Monday that it is investing up to $31 million in funding for the rollout of high-speed broadband in Pictou County, Nova Scotia. The program will bring high-speed internet to more than 4,700 homes in the region.

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