CNP Sets the First Building Block to Overhaul Connectivity in Brooks

Rural and remote communities have long borne the brunt of poor internet access because of obstacles such as low population densities, extreme environmental conditions and their seclusion from service centres relative to urban centres. Large technology companies  Aren’t attracted to the economics that small remote and rural communities provide. Residents in such areas consequently find …

Bringing Internet Connections to The Underserved

By now, it’s well understood that broadband is an essential service for all Canadians. As far back as 2017, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) acknowledged in their Communications Monitoring Report how reliant we have become on internet communications in order to create meaningful content, contribute to Canada’s economy and democracy, and to connect with our friends, families, and communities.