Our goal is to connect and empower communities through technology, engage with communities in the ownership of critical infrastructure, provide capital and investments, and offer resources to assist rural and remote communities thrive in the 21st Century.
Community Network Partners was born out of a passion to support our local Canadians living in rural and remote areas by giving them access to the kinds of network technology typically only available in urban centres.
Canada’s telecommunications industry is dominated by national carriers that are focused on investing in markets with high population densities. As a result most rural and remote communities do not have infrastructure that provides fast, future-ready broadband services that residents need; and they are unable to provide the advanced support that business and industry require. Today’s economy and changing workforce requires access to high-speed broadband networks.
Through your support, Community Network Partners looks to develop networks that are critical to the delivery of broadband services in niche markets, with a focus and expertise in rural, remote and First Nation communities, including commercial and residential users.
To collaboratively build broadband networks with our partner communities, improving economic growth, resiliency, and improving access to health and education services systematically bridging the digital divide for rural and remote Canada.
Community Network Partners aims to meet the social and economic development priorities that enhanced connectivity to the community brings, while providing various financial benefits designed to support the community’s budgetary needs.
Within such a short period of time, We have partnered with different government units and trusted organizations throughout Canada.
In early 2020, Crown Capital Partners recognized that many rural and remote communities did not have critical infrastructure that provided fast, future-ready Internet and communication services that residents needed. In response, Crown established Community Network Partners.
In February 2020, Community Network Partners, entered into its first Memorandum of Understanding with the Northeast Superior Regional Broadband Network (NSRBN), a consortium of nine (9) communities, five (5) First Nations and four (4) municipalities located along the Northshore of Lake Superior in northern Ontario.
From its roots in building networks for Canada’s largest carriers, Community Network Partners is supported by nationally managed businesses that share a collective vision for a secure and sustainable broadband future. These partnerships are what allow us to provide customers with affordable, reliable and state-of-the-art service.
On May 17th, 2021, Community Network Partners announced that it had named Melanie Pilon as it’s new Community Relations Manager. She is an experienced economic development professional with a background working with rural, remote and First Nation communities. Her appointment officially initiated the launch of Community Network Partners across Canada.
A Community Network Partners pre-sales campaign will begin in the summer of 2021 for our first two community partners; The Corporation of the Township of Dubreuilville and Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg First Nation. The goal of pre-sales support is to generate buzz and help us to back up this special business venture. Both communities are recognized for being innovators and paving the way towards economic reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities.
Led by Jon D’Alessandro, President; Community Network Partners intends to build critical infrastructure bringing broadband connection to rural and First Nation communities across Canada. Community Network Partners will continue to support our community partners by providing necessary resources, including technical expertise and capital support.
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