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Canoe Creek, Beaver Valley to receive broadband Interet through Telus

Canoe Creek and Beaver Valley are among several B.C. communities to receive broadband Internet service through Telus later this year, announced the company Friday.

Telus says the move is part of a $3 billion investment in advanced technology and state-of-the-art facilities over the next three years.

Telus's investment includes connecting 35 remote and geographically challenging B.C. communities to broadband Internet this year, including Moyie, Manning Park, Clucluz Lake, Kitwanga, Canoe Creek, Hansard, Beaver Valley, Wet’suwet’en, Reid Lake, Boswell, Appledale, Elco, Bridge River, Jaffray, Little Shuswap Lake, Duncan Lake, Christina Lake, Inklyuhkinatko, Kanaka, Neskonlith, Nicomen, Nooaitch, Sahhaltkum, Siska, Trout Lake, Marble Bay, Ditidaht, Tork, Pender Harbour, Puckatholetchin, Saltry Bay, and Skatin.

Further information on the announcement is available through Telus's website.

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