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Northern Ontario faces digital divide, study finds

News | 06/01/2023 5:08 pm EDT
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Residents of northern Ontario are still underserved when it comes to internet rollout, a new study maintains. The Blue Sky Economic Growth Corp. has released its Northern Ontario Broadband Report 2023.

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