High-speed Internet installation in Hollow Glen thanks to Québec Branché program

Thanks to Québec branché, Brancher pour innover programs as well as the investments of both Quebec and Canada governments, 161 homes in Chelsea will benefit from new high-speed Internet installation.

The announcement was made yesterday by Stephanie Vallée, deputy of Gatineau, Minister of Justice and Minister Responsible for the Outaouais Region, on behalf of Dominique Anglade, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economy, Science and Innovation, Minister responsible for the Digital Strategy, and M. William Amos, Deputy of Pontiac,  on behalf of Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development.

To read the full press release (French only), please click here.

 

Details of the 4 projects announced in the Outaouais Region

Entreprises

Investissements

Contributions Québec branché

Contributions Brancher pour innover

Nombre de foyers*

Collectivités visées

Bell Canada

2 528 402 $

667 220 $

667 220 $

612

Montcerf-Lytton

 

Bois-Franc

 

Aumond

 

Egan-Sud

Bell Canada

88 501 $

14 438 $

14 438 $

234

Wilson's Corner

Bell Canada

292 601 $

109 725 $

109 725 $

161

Hollow Glen

Bell Canada

3 836 824 $

1 275 024 $

1 275 024 $

779

Grand-Remous

 

Clément

 

Lac-Pemichangan

 

Petit-Poisson-Blanc

 

Danford Lake

 

Alcove

 

Lascelles

Total

6 746 328 $

2 066 407 $

2 066 407 $

1 786

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