Federal and provincial governments provide $11.4 million to bring high-speed internet to community

By Lisa Iesse Writer First Nations Cable will receive $11.4 million in federal and provincial funding to bring high-speed internet to thousands of households in Six Nations. The announcement was made on Wednesday (March 13) by Gudie Hutchings, Minister of Rural Economic Development and acting Minister for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, along with Kinga Surma, the Minister of Infrastructure for Ontario. The funding will support a groundbreaking project by First Nations Cable to provide access to large‑scale, fibre-based broadband for high-speed internet to Six Nations households. “We are very proud of our community and we are dedicated to providing high-quality service at a fair and competitive rate. Today, we would like all parties to be recognized as we are now prepared to deliver reliable broadband services to all Six…

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