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Mobile Wireless and Internet Access Will Improve for Some Northern Manitoba Communities.

The CRTC has announced ten projects will receive up to 20.5 million dollars from the Broadband Fund.  The projects will support the rollout of fourth generation, also known as LTE or LTE-A mobile wireless access along 425 kilometers of roads and highways in Manitoba, Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador. They will also support improved Internet and mobile wireless access in 35 communities.


In Manitoba Bell Canada will receive 863 thousand dollars to improve download speeds from 10 to 1500 and upload speeds from 10 to 940 mega bytes per second with unlimited data in two communities with 600 household in Cranberry Portage and Snow Lake.  Bell Mobility will receive 487 thousand dollars for LTE-A mobile wireless access with unlimited data along 20 kilometers of road in Camperville.


Prior to receiving funding recipients must complete a statement of work setting out details of each project which must be approved by the CRTC and construction for most projects will start late this year or early 2023.

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