Cable & Telecom

New fibre networks improve broadband in Charlevoix

CHARLEVOIX REGION, Que. — With the completion of three new backbone networks in the Charlevoix region of Quebec, announced Monday, 700 households in several communities now have better access to high-speed Internet. Funded through the federal government’s Connect to Innovate program, the three infrastructure projects were made possible through a combined investment of almost $1.5 million from the Government of Canada, the Government of Quebec and Bell, which built the networks. The communities which now have access to the fibre-optic networks include Maillard, Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Cap-Aux-Corbeaux, Baie-Saint-Paul, Jean-Noël and La Malbaie. The projects were carried out as part of a large...

Our industry and COVID-19

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