Cable & Telecom

Eastlink’s Gig Internet extends to new locations in NS, ON, BC

HALIFAX - Eastlink said Monday that it has expanded its Gigabit Internet availability to more communities as part of its continued investment in its core fibre-based Internet service.Gig Internet, which has been available in select parts of Nova Scotia and PEI since 2015, is now available in Guysborough and Port Hawksbury, NS; Kirkland Lake and Picton, ON; and in Oliver BC."For years, we have been providing Gigabit speeds and higher to our larger business customers through our advanced business network," said Eastlink CEO Lee Bragg, in the announcement.  "With real-time entertainment like video streaming, music, gaming and emerging connected home technologies...

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.