Internet improvement being studied along North Shore corridor

A survey of internet services is underway in the North Shore corridor area, including Blind River and Mississauga First Nation.

Blind River council is assisting the Huron North Community Economic Alliance in carrying out the survey to see what needs to be improved and to focus on areas with limited or no service.

The Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre is gathering the information to make a case study to the federal government, which has made a commitment to improving broadband service in Northern Ontario.

Survey forms will be available at the town office, local library or at the Mississauga First Nation band office by November 18th.

The federal government has set a goal that 90 percent of Canadians are to have an internet connection within the next three years.

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