Announcement about high-speed Internet in the Pontiac
Article published on 4 July 2018
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A joint announcement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec with both Pontiac MP William Amos and Pontiac MNA André Fortin took place last Saturday. During the press conference, André Fortin and his federal counterpart, Will Amos, announced the impact high speed internet has in the Pontiac. André Fortin elaborates.

MP William Amos reiterated the importance of installing high-speed internet in the Pontiac;

According to the local representatives, this announcement demonstrated the close collaboration between the Canadian and Quebec governments, which made this project possible.

The complete interview is available here..

In all, 1,425 residences are expected to have access to high-speed internet services in the region. The 16 communities in this project include:

Plage-Baie-Noire
Norway Bay
Sand Bay
Portage-du-Fort
Ladysmith
Chapeau
Low
Cawood
Lac-Cayamant
Thorne Lake
Bristol
Waltham
Chichester
Sheenboro
Rapides-des-Joachims
Denholm

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