Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation to get high speed broadband service

The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations (MCFN) have signed on with Rogers Communication to provide highspeed broadband services to their community. Chief Stacey Laforme says internet connections have been a challenge for his community. “It’s always been a challenge having internet connection out here, but we’ve really noticed it because the children rely on it to go to school,” he said. “The pandemic has really shown us the need for that connectivity.” He said the new partnership will allow the community to stay connected and use tools like Zoom both for personal and professional works. “It absolutely is [a necessity.] It’s essential not only for business, but we have arts and artists that need to connect and be involved in their business and they’re showcasing what they can do…

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