I was asked to speak at the Communities Without Boundaries conference at the Vulcan, AB location this past weekend. The goal of this conference is to inform, support and encourage businesses to start, grow and expand outside of cities. With rural broadband available, tech-based businesses have opportunities to start and grow in a rural setting where overhead is much lower.
I was part of the “First/Last Mile” session where people from Telus, Bell, The Internet Centre and of course BCCHardware were present. There was some good information and while Alberta has the “Supernet”, and has patted themselves on the back for this initiative, the reality is that it is being deployed to the end user rather poorly.
You can check out my presentation below.
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The PowerPoint is available by clicking here: Rural Broadband PowerPoint.