Areas to Enhance Broadband Access

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Maps indicating the areas without speeds of 50 Mbps download/10 Mbps upload for fixed broadband services; communities without high-capacity transport infrastructure; and where homes or major roads do not have access to Long-term Evolution (LTE) mobile wireless service.

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List of satellite-dependent communities

The 2014 Satellite Inquiry Report identified a list of the various satellite-dependent communities in Canada. Satellite-dependent communities are defined as communities that have no connection to terrestrially-based telecommunications facilities for connection to the public switched telephone network and/or the Internet, and that relies on satellite transport to receive one or more telecommunications services (such as voice, wireless [both fixed and mobile], and Internet services).

List of satellite-dependent communities as of 2014.

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