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Canada puts CAD 16.5 mln into fibre backbone for Nord-du-Quebec, Mauricie regions

Wednesday 25 November 2020 | 15:24 CET | News
The government of Canada said it will invest over CAD 16.5 million in the Eeyou Communications Network, a not-for-profit telecom corporation that provides broadband services for the Cree communities of Eeyou Istchee and municipalities of the James Bay region. The fibre backbone network will provide high-speed broadband to 16 communities, as well as a last-mile network for underserved households in three of these communities in the Nord-du-Quebec and Mauricie regions. The last-mile networks will improve broadband capacity for 6,176 underserved households in the regions.

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Companies: Telesat
Countries: Canada
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