Governments of Canada and Alberta announce investment of up to $70.6 million to bring high-speed Internet to over 10,400 households in Alberta

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On September 23, 2022, the Honourable Gudie Hutchings, Minister of Rural Economic Development, together with the Honourable Nate Glubish, Minister of Service Alberta, and George Chahal, Member of Parliament for Calgary Skyview, announced up to $70.6 million in combined federal and provincial funding to bring high-speed Internet access to over 10,400 households, including more than 2,700 Indigenous households, in rural communities across Alberta. Project details will be announced over the coming months.

The communities that will benefit from improved Internet speeds include:

  • Arcadia (Sucker Creek)
  • Bay Tree
  • Big Horn 144A (7264)
  • Bigstone Cree Nation
  • Bigstone Cree (Wabasca 166)
  • Bigstone Cree (Wabasca 166B)
  • Bigstone Cree (Wabasca 166C)
  • Bigstone Cree (Wabasca 166D)
  • Blueberry Mountain
  • Bluffton
  • Bonanza
  • Brant
  • Brocket (Piikani Nation)
  • Carmangay
  • Cayley
  • Champion
  • Cluny
  • Driftpile
  • Enilda
  • Ensign
  • Faust
  • Gift Lake
  • Gleichen
  • Gordondale
  • Guy
  • Herronton
  • High Prairie
  • Horse Lake First Nation
  • Jean Côté
  • Joussard
  • Kinuso
  • Kirkcaldy
  • Little Bow Resort
  • Mossleigh
  • Namaka
  • Queenstown
  • Rainbow Lake
  • Rimbey
  • Salt Prairie
  • Shouldice
  • Siksika Nation
  • Sunset House
  • Swan River First Nation
  • Travers
  • Tsuut’ina Nation
  • Viewmar Estates
  • Vulcan
  • Wabasca-Desmarais
  • Wanham
  • Watino
  • Webster
  • Whitburn
  • Woking

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Governments of Canada and Alberta invest up to $70.6 million to bring high-speed Internet to more than 10,400 households in Alberta

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