In order to provide high-speed internet access to more than 22,000 homes, the governments of Ontario and Canada spend more than $71 million

Logan D Suza

Over $71 million in combined federal and provincial funding was announced on June 15, 2023, by the Honourable Gudie Hutchings, Minister of Rural Economic Development, the Honourable Kinga Surma, Minister of Infrastructure for Ontario, and Goldie Ghamari, Member of Provincial Parliament for Carleton, to provide high-speed internet access to over 22,000 homes in underserved communities throughout eastern Ontario.

These projects will benefit the following communities:

Internet service provider Communities
Cogeco Battersea, Inverary, Marysville
Bell Canada Algonquin, Athens, Blanchards Hill, Brockville, Charleston, Delta, Domville, Eastons Corners, Johnstown, Lyn, Maitland, Mallorytown, Maynard, North Augusta, Portland, Prescott, Spencerville, Spring Valley, Tincap, Toledo
Bell Canada Cardinal, Domville, Eastons Corners, Hallville, Inkerman, Johnstown, Kemptville, Merrickville, Mountain, North Augusta, North Gower, Osgoode, Oxford Mills, Oxford Station, South Mountain, Spencerville, Ventnor
Bell Canada Amherstview, Bath, Battersea, Codes Corner, Gananoque, Harrowsmith, Inverary, Ivy Lea, Kepler, Lyndhurst, Morton, Napanee, Odessa, Perth Road, Sandhurst Shores, Seeleys Bay, Selby, Strathcona, Sydenham, Verona, Willowbank, Yarker
Bell Canada Balderson, Blanchards Hill, Dwyer Hill, Eastons Corners, Elphin, Fallbrook, Franktown, Glen Tay, Innisville, Jasper, Lanark, Lombardy, Maberly, McDonald’s Corners, Merrickville, Newboro, Perth, Port Elmsley, Portland, Rideau Ferry, Smiths Falls, Watsons Corners, Wemyss

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