Centretown Buzz: Can Ottawa follow Toronto in creating a city broadband Internet network?

Posted June 21, 2021

Posted June 21, 2021

ACORN Ottawa turned the front plaza of Ottawa City Hall into an Internet hub on May 27 to demonstrate the lack of access to stable and sufficient Internet faced by many Ottawa residents.

The group’s “Internet 4 All” campaign calls on the city to establish a municipal broadband network that would be community controlled, and would offer $10/month home Internet for low-income and $30/month for moderate-income people at the CRTC’s recommended speed of 50/10 Mbps.

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Article by Alayne McGregor for Centretown Buzz


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