Canadian govt invests $92m in satellite company

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Canadian govt invests $92m in satellite company

To narrow broadband gap for remote areas.

The Canadian government is investing C$85 million ($92.7 million) in an Ottawa-based satellite company as part of an effort to provide better broadband internet access to rural and remote communities. Innovation, Science and Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains said the funding would be ...

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