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Ontario,” said Xplornet’s General Manager
for Ontario, Sue Good.
across eastern Ontario as many
Bell is leveraging its existing technology
to expand Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
speed Internet service.
Internet service, which will provide high-
speed Internet connectivity without
disruption to phone service. This type of
Internet service from Bell utilizes existing
phone lines and jacks, enabling a quick and
easy plug and play setup. Now residents
within the newly upgraded DSL footprint
can enjoy this service.
In addition to building broadband
Infrastructure, the municipal project has
provided outreach, including Internet
expands to most of
Hot Spots have been provided in several
municipal buildings and libraries.
This broadband project will enhance
economic development by supporting the
establishment of businesses in rural areas. It
will play an important role in the economic
development, social development and
Almost all Prescott-Russell residents
vibrancy of Prescott andRussell. It will help
can now receive broadband Internet
the community become more productive,
innovative and competitive in the global
Communities in the counties become
economy. “Expanded availability of High
SpeedInternetwill helpPrescott andRussell
edge 4G WiMAX broadband, the United
residents and businesses thrive,” said
Counties of Prescott and Russell, Bell and
Warden Jean-Yves Lalonde.
XplornetCommunications Inc. announced
This broadband expansion was assisted
by the Ontario Government through the
Service is now available to
province approved funding up to $810,304
previously have access to broadband
for this estimated $2,430,912 project.
Internet. An estimated 97 per cent of
325, rue Régent Street Hawkesbury, Ont. 613 632-2867
is available by contacting participating
to broadband. Expanded coverage is now
service providers at:
Xplornet: www.xplornet.com or 1-866-
Clarence, Plantagenet, St. Eugene,
841-6001, Bell Aliant: www.bell.ca or
Hammond, Lefaivre, Pendleton,
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Wendover, Saint-Pascal-Baylon, Bourget
Xplornet has upgraded existing
equipment and added new equipment to
its fixed wireless network allowing
customers to connect to the Internet at
speeds up to 125 times faster than dial-up.
wireless spectrum to enable a stronger
connection with less interference. “We are
proud to have worked with the United
CountiesofPrescott andRussell toactivate
our first 4G broadband coverage to
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28 at theAlfred recreationcentre todiscuss
a new solar generating facility earmarked
for a parcel of land on Rang Saint-Jean
located south of the village.
The sessionwill be held from5:30 p.m. to
8 p.m. to provide information on a proposal
by Axio Power Canada and SunEdison
operation on a parcel of 65 hectares located
east of StationRoadandnorthofConcession
Thedraft report on theproposalwas first
The public meeting is part of the
the project will meet Ontario government
SOUVENEZ-VOUS DE LEUR BRAVOURE LA PROCHAINE FOIS QUE VOUS LES VERREZ PARCOURIR LES ROUTES DE L’ONTARIO.
4th Annual Clean-Up
Many pitched in to help the Prescott-
Russell Stewardship Council at its fourth
in partnership with the Town of
Hawkesbury and several organizations.
Bonnie Jean-Louis, herself aRiverwatcher
and vice-president of the Stewardship
various waste materials along the creek
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and the Annex flood zone. Volunteers
from the community and members of
various organizations, including
the Hawkesbury and District General
Hospital Voyageurs team and the
Vankleek Hill & District Nature Society,
helped clean up banks and celebrated the
Payée par le gouvernement de l’Ontario
value of our streams.
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