OTTAWA – The federal government today announced it is investing $55 million in UBF funding to help bring high-speed Internet to nearly 11,000 homes in rural, remote and Indigenous communities in New Brunswick. The projects, to be completed by Rogers and Xplornet, will benefit nearly 250 communities. (For a complete list, please click here.) “To date, the Government of Canada has already invested more than $43 million in New Brunswick to connect over 10,000 homes throughout the province,” a press release says. Details about the projects will be released over the next several months. For more, please click here.