A special article in today’s digital edition of The Globe and Mail highlights the impact of making high-speed internet available and accessible in rural communities, noting the benefits experienced in
Three recent articles, two by the CBC’s Zach Dubinsky (“Fast fibre-optic internet arrives in many small towns before big cities” and “Why super-fast internet may come from a company you’ve
A recent blog-post on the Rural & Regional Broadband Project research site reveals the benefits of deploying high-speed internet access in rural communities, emphasizing the importance of investing in broadband
In an effort to establish an accurate database of actual broadband speeds, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has launched a new program in partnership with SamKnows.
While the new net neutrality rules established by the FCC protect the openness of the Internet, consumers are still limited by an underlying core problem of broadband scarcity, according to
The CRTC is asking Canadians to weigh in on what they need to live in the digital age and wants to hear what you think about our telecom system.
Municipal Interface – the national professional journal published by the Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA/ASIM) – picked up SWIFT’s “broadband for everyone” story in their latest publication.
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Ultra-high speed Internet connectivity is critical to rural economic development and Southwestern Ontario is another step closer to seeing the development of a project that will have a major impact
This week, President Obama continued to champion the importance of connectivity for economic and social development by announcing that the White House would back cities that want to build their
Vast portions of Southwestern Ontario are blanketed by agricultural lands, with farming being the main industry in these rural areas. We’ve mentioned numerous times that smart technology will be necessary