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Feds spend $37 million for broadband rollout in Saskatchewan

Briefs | 03/17/2023 4:46 pm EDT
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The government of Canada announced Friday that it is spending $37 million to roll out broadband service in Saskatchewan. Over 5,000 homes will see their internet service improve in areas like Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Regina and Yorkton-Melville. About 2,700 of those households will be in indigenous regions. Mobile connectivity will be augmented along 500 km of highway in the province.

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