Broadband Fund
Projects selected for funding

Under the second call for applications, the CRTC received almost 600 applications from across the country, requesting over $1.5B in funding.

To date, as per the published funding award decisions, the Broadband Fund has committed up to $226.5 million to improve fixed and mobile wireless broadband Internet access service for 205 communities. This represents approximately 32,655 households and nearly 560 kilometres (km) of major transportation roads. The maximum funding amounts awarded, as well as the communities, households, and roads served, may vary. For the exact details, please refer to the provincial/territorial distribution in the tables below, which are updated on a quarterly basis.

First call for applications

The first five selected Broadband Fund projects were awarded up to $72.1 million in funding to bring high-quality broadband Internet services to some of the most remote areas in Canada.

Second call for applications

Under the second call for applications, the Broadband Fund has awarded a total of up to approximately $154.4 million in funding for 44 transport, access, and mobile wireless projects.

  • Transport services provide the network that enables Internet access and mobile wireless services to be provided
  • Access services connect households to broadband infrastructure
  • Mobile wireless services provide an Internet connection without the use of phone or cable lines

The funded projects target a total of 154 communities in nine provinces.

  • In August 2022, nine mobile wireless projects (including one combination mobile/access/transport project) and one access project were awarded up to nearly $20.5 million in funding. These projects will potentially benefit approximately 425 km of major transportation roads and 2,250 households in or near 35 communities in Manitoba, Quebec, and Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • In March 2022, six access projects and one mobile project were awarded up to nearly $19.5 million in funding. These projects will potentially benefit 1,255 households in 10 communities in British Columbia and Alberta.
  • In December 2021, five access projects were awarded up to $9.5 million in funding. These projects will potentially benefit 925 households in eight communities in British Columbia, Alberta and Nova Scotia.
  • In August 2021, 10 access-only projects and combination access/mobile projects were awarded up to nearly $20.5 million in funding. These projects will introduce or improve broadband Internet access services and, in some cases, mobile wireless services, in underserved areas in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador. Up to 3,625 households in 45 communities will have access to improved or new connections to the broadband network.
  • In March 2021, seven projects were awarded up to $57.7 million in funding. These fibre transport projects will increase broadband connectivity in underserved areas in northern Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia. Approximately 1,400 km of fibre network cable will be installed and, as a result, 15 communities, representing almost 6,500 households, will benefit from improved connections to the broadband network.
  • In February 2021, five fibre transport projects were awarded up to $26.7 million in funding. When completed, they will increase broadband connectivity in underserved areas in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Ontario. Over 550 km of fibre network cable will be installed and, as a result, 41 communities, representing more than 8,000 households, will benefit from improved connections to the broadband network.

Selected projects to date by province and territory

Northwest Territories

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decisions
Northwestel Inc.
  • Access: 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload with access to unlimited data
N/A
  • 8 communities
  • 692 households
  • Paulatuk
  • Ulukhaktok
  • Sachs Harbour
  • Łutselk'e
  • Sambaa K’e
  • Colville Lake
  • Gamètì
  • Wekweètì

$4.1M

Satellite Component

CRTC 2020-255

CRTC 2020-257

CRTC 2021-134

Northwestel Inc.
  • Access: 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload with access to unlimited data
25 km
  • 18 communities
  • 3,643 households
  • 1 anchor institution
  • Aklavik
  • Behchokǫ̀
  • Délįnę
  • Dettah
  • Enterprise
  • Fort Good Hope
  • Fort Liard
  • Fort McPherson
  • Fort Providence
  • Fort Resolution
  • Fort Simpson
  • Jean Marie River
  • Kakisa
  • Nahanni Butte
  • Tsiigehtchic
  • Tuktoyaktuk
  • Tulita
  • Wrigley

$16.8M

Main Component

CRTC 2020-255

CRTC 2020-258

CRTC 2021-135

Yukon

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decisions
Northwestel Inc.
  • Access: 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload with access to unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 189 households
  • Old Crow

$2.9M

Satellite Component

CRTC 2020-255

CRTC 2020-259

CRTC 2021-136

Northwestel Inc.
  • Access: 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload with access to unlimited data
280 km
  • 22 communities
  • 4,803 households
  • 3 anchor institutions
  • Beaver Creek
  • Burwash Landing
  • Canyon Creek
  • Carcross
  • Carmacks
  • Champagne
  • Dawson City
  • Destruction Bay
  • Faro
  • Haines Junction
  • Judas Creek / Marsh Lake
  • Mayo
  • Mendenhall
  • Pelly Crossing
  • Ross River
  • Stewart Crossing
  • Tagish
  • Takhini River
  • Teslin
  • Upper Liard
  • Watson Lake
  • Whitehorse

$39.6M

Main Component

CRTC 2020-255

CRTC 2020-260

CRTC 2021-137

CRTC 2022-118

British Columbia

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
Shaw Cablesystems G.P. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 150 km
  • 7 communities
  • 1,500 households
  • 3 anchor institutions
  • Attachie
  • Bear Flat
  • Charlie Lake
  • Farrell Creek
  • Moberly Lake
  • Saulteau First Nations
  • West Moberly First Nations

$13.8M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-43

CRTC 2021-44

CRTC 2021-332

Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation N/A Transport Capacity Increased 60 km
  • 5 communities
  • 1,100 households
  • 4 anchor institutions
  • Erie
  • Hall
  • Meadows
  • Park Siding
  • Ymir

$3.16M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-43

CRTC 2021-46

CRTC 2021-330

Tough Country Communications Ltd. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 0.5 km
  • 2 communities
  • 190 households
  • Baynes Lake
  • Kragmont

$55K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-43

CRTC 2021-47

CRTC 2021-242

Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation N/A Transport Capacity Increased 30 km
  • 2 communities
  • 475 households
  • Meadowbrook
  • Ta Ta Creek

$1.7M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-103

CRTC 2021-107

CRTC 2021-347

TELUS Communications Inc.
  • Access: Download/upload speeds of 25/10 Mbps with up to 500 GB of data
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 50 households
  • Xeni Gwet’in

$1.52M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-252

CRTC 2021-253

CRTC 2022-187

TELUS Communications Inc.
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 25/10 Mbps to 75/75 Mbps with up to unlimited data
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 19 communities
  • 120 km of roads (Highway 20)
  • 885 households
  • Alexis Creek
  • Anahim Lake
  • Anahim’s Flat 1
  • Canim Lake 1
  • Canim Lake 2
  • Chilanko Forks
  • Fishtrap 19
  • Hanceville
  • Kleena Kleene
  • Nimpo Lake
  • Puntzi Lake 2
  • Redstone Flat 1
  • Riske Creek
  • Squinas 2
  • Stone 1
  • Tatla Lake
  • Thomas Squinas Ranch 2A
  • Toosey 1
  • Towdystan Lake 3

$7.35M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-252

CRTC 2021-254

Base Technology Limited
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 25/25 Mbps to 150/150 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 3 communities
  • 245 households
  • Birken
  • D’Arcy
  • N’Quatqua First Nation

$750K

Main Component

Note: Recipient has declined funding

CRTC 2021-394

East Shore Internet Society
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 5/5 Mbps to 250/250 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 2 communities
  • 280 households
  • Crawford Bay
  • Riondel

$1.3M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-81

CRTC 2022-88

South Kountry Cable Ltd.
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 30/10 Mbps to 80/20 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 60 households
  • Jaffray

$764K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-81

CRTC 2022-82

TELUS Communications Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 2 communities
  • 160 households
  • Alkali Lake 1 (also known as Esk’et)
  • Dog Creek 1 (also known as Dog Creek)

$1.6M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-81

CRTC 2022-89

Alberta

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
TELUS Mobility
  • Access: Download/upload speeds of 25/10 Mbps with up to 500 GB of data
  • Mobile: LTE-A , with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 2 communities
  • 12 km of roads (Highway 88)
  • 130 households
  • Tallcree 173 (South Tallcree)
  • Tallcree 173A (North Tallcree)

$2.5M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-252

CRTC 2021-255

CRTC 2022-188

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 295 households
  • Goodfish Lake

$7.2M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-262

CRTC 2022-94

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 165 households
  • Louis Bull 138B

$3.81M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-416

CRTC 2021-417

CRTC 2022-191

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 55 households
  • Child Lake 164A

$2.52M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-416

CRTC 2021-418

CRTC 2022-191

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 65 households
  • Boyer 164

$1.53M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-416

CRTC 2021-419

CRTC 2022-191

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 2 communities
  • 195 households
  • Peerless Lake
  • Trout Lake

$4.0M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-81

CRTC 2022-83

CRTC 2022-84

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 80 households
  • Garden Creek (also known as Garden River)

$997K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-81

CRTC 2022-83

CRTC 2022-85

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 225 households
  • John D’Or Prairie

$4.3M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-81

CRTC 2022-83

CRTC 2022-86

ATG Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 50/10 Mbps to 100/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 255 households
  • Fox Lake

$6.4M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-81

CRTC 2022-83

CRTC 2022-87

Saskatchewan

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
BH Telecom Corp. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 330 km
  • 26 communities
  • 5,000 households
  • 19 anchor institutions
  • Aberdeen
  • Beaver Creek
  • Bruno
  • Camp Dundurn
  • Carmel
  • Casa Rio
  • Dana
  • Drake
  • Dundurn
  • Eagle Ridge Country Estates
  • Englefeld
  • Esk
  • Grasswood
  • Guernsey
  • Jansen
  • Leroy
  • Lockwood
  • Manitou Beach
  • Meacham
  • Muenster
  • Peterson
  • Prud’homme
  • Riverside Estates
  • St. Gregor
  • Vonda
  • Whitecap

$9.5M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-43

CRTC 2021-45

CRTC 2021-388

Manitoba

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decisions
Broadband Communications North Inc.
  • Access: Download/upload speeds of 10/1 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 5 communities
  • 899 households
  • Tadoule Lake
  • Barren Lands
  • Lac Brochet
  • Pukatawagan
  • Shamattawa

$5.8M

Satellite Component

CRTC 2020-255

CRTC 2020-256

CRTC 2021-133

Bell Canada
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 10/10 Mbps to 1,500/940 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 2 communities
  • 600 households
  • Cranberry Portage
  • Snow Lake

$863K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-211

CRTC 2022-212

Bell Mobility Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 20 km of roads (Provincial Trunk Highway 20)
  • 1 community
  • Camperville

$487K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-211

CRTC 2022-213

Ontario

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
Rogers Communications Canada Inc. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 1.8 km
  • 1 community
  • 330 households
  • Bruce Station

$131K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-43

CRTC 2021-48

CRTC 2021-401

Nexicom Inc. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 25 km
  • 5 communities
  • 2,900 households
  • 6 anchor institutions
  • Camborne
  • Cold Springs
  • Gores Landing
  • Harwood
  • Precious Corners

$1.25M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-103

CRTC 2021-106

CRTC 2021-331

Cogeco Connexion Inc. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 8 km
  • 1 community
  • 450 households
  • 1 anchor institution
  • Jerseyville

$279K

Main Component

Note: Recipient has declined funding

CRTC 2021-103

CRTC 2021-108

Cogeco Connexion Inc. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 9 km
  • 1 community
  • 190 households
  • 2 anchor institutions
  • Florence

$570K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-103

CRTC 2021-109

CRTC 2021-345

Cogeco Connexion Inc. N/A Transport Capacity Increased 11 km
  • 1 community
  • 435 households
  • 2 anchor institutions
  • Algonquin

$478K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-103

CRTC 2021-110

CRTC 2021-346

Bell Canada
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 15/15 Mbps to 1,500/940 Mbps with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 25 households
  • Magnetawan First Nation

$247K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-256

CRTC 2021-261

CRTC 2022-93

CRTC 2022-93-1

Quebec

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
Kativik Regional Government N/A Transport Capacity Increased 440 km
  • 1 community
  • 1,120 households
  • 15 anchor institutions
  • Kuujjuaq

$17.1M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-103

CRTC 2021-104

CRTC 2021-328

Kativik Regional Government N/A Transport Capacity Increased 870 km
  • 4 communities
  • 925 households
  • 29 anchor institutions
  • Akulivik
  • Ivujivik
  • Kangiqsujuaq
  • Salluit

$37.7M

Main Component

CRTC 2021-103

CRTC 2021-105

CRTC 2021-329

CRTC 2022-186

Sichuun Inc., with Naskapi Imuun Inc. and Redline Communications Inc. (also some coverage in Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Mobile: LTE, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 4 communities
  • 640 households
  • Kawawachikamach
  • Lac John
  • Matimekosh 3 (Matimekush)
  • Schefferville

$297K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-205

Bell Mobility Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 30 km of roads (Route 167)
N/A (routes only)

$751K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-211

CRTC 2022-214

Bell Mobility Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 60 km of roads (Route 155)
N/A (routes only)

$5.6M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-211

CRTC 2022-215

TELUS Communications Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 35 km of roads (Route 132)
  • 3 communities
  • 10 households
  • Mann Settlement
  • Matapédia
  • Sainte-Florence

$2.5M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-206

CRTC 2022-209

TELUS Communications Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 35 km of roads (Routes 204, 283, and 389)
  • 7 communities
  • 170 households
  • Barrage Manic-2
  • Lac-Frontière
  • Saint-Adalbert
  • Saint-Marcel
  • Saint-Philémon
  • Sainte-Félicité
  • Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard

$3.2M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-206

CRTC 2022-208

TELUS Communications Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 60 km of roads (Routes 195 and 299)
  • 13 communities
  • 180 households
  • Cap-Seize
  • Grande-Cascapédia
  • Rivière-Matane
  • Ruisseau-Gagnon
  • Saint-Adelme
  • Saint-Alexandre-des-Lacs
  • Saint-Jules
  • Saint-Léandre
  • Saint-René-de-Matane
  • Saint-Tharcisius
  • Saint-Vianney
  • Saint-Luc-de-Matane
  • Sainte-Paule

$4M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-206

CRTC 2022-210

TELUS Communications Inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
  • Access (for 1 community): Download/upload speeds of 25/5 Mbps with up to 500 GB of data
N/A
  • 175 km of roads (Route 138)
  • 3 communities
  • 650 households
  • Port-Meunier
  • Rivière-au-Tonnerre
  • Rivière-Saint-Jean

$2.4M

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-206

CRTC 2022-207

Sogetel Mobilité inc.
  • Mobile: LTE-A, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 11 km of roads (Route 204)
  • 2 communities
  • Lac-Frontière
  • Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard

$364K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-216

New Brunswick

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
Bell Canada
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 300/300 Mbps to 1,500/940 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 2 communities
  • 120 households
  • Beaver Brook Station
  • Bellefond

$214K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-256

CRTC 2021-260

CRTC 2022-190

Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 75/10 Mbps to 1,000/30 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 460 households
  • Storeytown

$964K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-263

Nova Scotia

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
We’koqma’q First Nation and Seaside Communications Inc.
  • Download/upload speeds from 25/5 Mbps to 1,000/50 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 2 communities
  • 395 households
  • We’koqma’q First Nation
  • Whycocomagh

$915K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-415

Newfoundland and Labrador

Recipient Speeds to be offered for access projects, technology to be used for mobile projects Fibre transport network to be built (approx. km) Estimated numbers of km of roads, communities, households, anchor institutions to potentially benefitFootnote 1 Communities Broadband Fund contribution (approx.) and Component of the FundFootnote 2 Decision
Bell Canada
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 300/300 Mbps to 1,500/940 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 16 communities
  • 1,320 households
  • Anchor Point
  • Bear Cove
  • Black Duck Cove
  • Capstan Island
  • Deadmans Cove
  • English Point
  • Flower’s Cove
  • Forresters Point
  • Forteau
  • L’Anse­au­Clair
  • L’Anse au Loup
  • Pidgeon Cove-St. Barbe
  • Pinware
  • Shoal Cove
  • St. Barbe North Sandy Cove
  • West St. Modeste

$550K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-256

CRTC 2021-257

CRTC 2022-189

Bell Canada
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 300/300 Mbps to 1,500/940 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 315 households
  • Port Blandford

$465K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-256

CRTC 2021-258

CRTC 2022-93

CRTC 2022-93-1

Bell Canada
  • Access: Download/upload speeds from 300/300 Mbps to 1,500/940 Mbps with unlimited data
N/A
  • 1 community
  • 25 households
  • Sally’s Cove

$36K

Main Component

CRTC 2021-251

CRTC 2021-256

CRTC 2021-259

CRTC 2022-93

CRTC 2022-93-1

Sichuun Inc., with Naskapi Imuun Inc. and Redline Communications Inc. (mostly in Quebec)
  • Mobile: LTE, with up to unlimited data
N/A
  • 4 communities
  • 640 households

Note: The communities and households are all in Quebec. However, some of the project coverage extends into Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Kawawachikamach
  • Lac John
  • Matimekosh 3 (Matimekush)
  • Schefferville

(all in Quebec)

$297K

Main Component

CRTC 2022-204

CRTC 2022-205

Related links

Please visit the Broadband Fund page for more information on closing the digital divide in Canada.

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