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“Throughout our history, we have pledged to strengthen and further connect Saskatchewan communities, regardless of the challenges we face,” Saskatoon chairman and CEO Doug Burnett said in a statement Monday.
“Recognizing the increased role of connectivity in our lives, this year’s Capital projects are improving and expanding network connections for our thousands of customers.”
Broken, $ 85.8 million for the Fiber to X (FDTX) project and wireless network upgrades. 95.9 million and for wireline network development and upgrades.4 75.4 million, $ 66.1 million is used to improve customer service and operations.
“Advanced broadband infrastructure and expanded network coverage are key to the success of Saskatchewan families and businesses, which is a priority for our government,” said Dan Morgan, the minister in charge of Saskatchewan in a statement on Monday.
“As our province embarks on a path to economic recovery in the coming months, today’s announcement will ensure that the people of Saskatchewan have access to the latest technology and advanced networks necessary for our future as COVID-19 emerges.”
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