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Digital telecommunications infrastructure underlies most, if not all, dimensions of regional economies. Today, the internet is essential to the well-being of those who live and work in small towns and rural areas

Technological change and cooperative strategies in rural broadband infrastructure development

Dr. Reza Rajabiun, LLM

Open Internet Measurement: Measurement Lab




Chris Ritzo

How Data Gaps (re)Make Rural Broadband Gaps

Helen Hambly, University of Guelph & Reza Rajabiun, Ryerson University

Measurement Lab Tutorial






Chris Ritzo

BROADBAND CONNECTIVITY IN RURAL CANADA: OVERCOMING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE

Report of the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology

Dan Ruimy, Chair

Hitting the Target: Benefits and Barriers to Precision Agriculture in Canada

Innovation and Growth Policy Division Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

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Building a Connected

FUTURE.

We welcome new collaborations and seek to ensure the best possible knowledge base for “all things rural Internet.” We do this not only for the sake of top-notch research and innovation, but also for the benefit of everyone living in Ontario and across Canada.

"Broadband Internet is an essential service for regional and rural innovation"
Helen Hambly
Project Lead

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