CRTC Declares High-Speed Internet a Basic Service

Broadband5Troy Grainger, Manager of GROWTH Alberta, “Digital Connectivity has become an impactful issue as it relates to economic development. Industry seeking rural locations or possible growth strategies of current business is being limited by their access to world economies on the internet and this decision along with the $750 Million funding shows the recognition and value of internet access to rural populations and industry." Related Financial Post Article

 

 

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