With an estimated 100,000 of the 230,000 underserved premises in Southwestern Ontario ineligible for funding, SWIFT is requesting a review of the CRTC’s Broadband Fund eligibility criteria.
SWIFT is encouraging all rural
SWIFT has filed a petition to the Governor in Council seeking a review of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC) decision to restrict municipal governments and regional initiatives access to federal broadband funding while relaxing eligibility standards for private
SWIFT is seeking a review of the CRTC Broadband Fund eligibility criteria and requesting that modifications be made to increase access to funding for all underserved Canadians.
Residents can now explore SWIFT’s easy-to-use mapping tool to confirm Internet service availability at their home, work, farms and places of business.
SWIFT has developed in partnership with the R2B2 project an interactive map indicating where there is access to
With its announcement that the Ontario Government will be releasing a broadband and cellular strategy in 2019, SWIFT is encouraged that the province recognizes the importance of connecting citizens and
Moraviantown/Thamesville, ON– July 12, 2018 – The SouthWestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc. (SWIFT) project has taken a major step forward toward making ‘broadband for everyone’ a reality by releasing its first Request for Proposals (RFP) for fibre-construction
With less than 10 days left until Ontarians head to the polls, it’s important to ensure SWIFT is on the minds of both voters and potential Members of Provincial Parliament.
Ottawa – May 24, 2018 – Today, SouthWestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc. (SWIFT) announced that it is partnering with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) to launch an Internet Performance Test (IPT) to