Research Papers

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

THE ROLE OF SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO MID-SIZED CITIES IN A REGIONAL AND RURAL BROADBAND PARTNERShip

Helen Hambly and Jamie Lee, University of Guelph and Geoff Hogan, Tammy McQueen and Matt Rapke, Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc. (SWIFT)

The rural telecommuter surplus in Southwestern Ontario, Canada




Hambly, H., Lee, J. (Donghoon)

BROADBAND ANALYTICS WORKSHOP REPORT






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