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High-speed Internet is expanding to more northwestern Ontario communities

Nearly $ 15 million in provincial funding will benefit 11 communities and First Nations.

TORONTO – The Ontario government has approved funding to bring high-speed Internet service to additional communities in northwestern Ontario, including several First Nations.

The province on Monday announced an investment of nearly $ 15 million for 13 new projects around the province below Improving connection to Ontario program.

The program of 4 billion. Aims to achieve 100 percent connectivity for all Ontario by the end of 2025.

Among the northern communities included in the most recent phase are Pic Mobert First Nation, White River, Wawa, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Hornepayne, Chapleau, Chapleau Cree First Nation, Dubreuilville and Brunswick House First Nation.

An investment of $ 1.4 million will provide high-speed Internet access to up to 2,300 homes and businesses.

Elsewhere, up to 14 homes and businesses in Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls will benefit from the $ 63,000 investment result.

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