Internet connectivity plays an important role in keeping people safe in emergency situations, especially in remote areas.
Rural, remote and Indigenous communities can access grants for high-speed internet projects, which will help people get connected, learn, do business and access vital services.
Modern, high-speed internet is arriving for people in the communities of Deka Lake and Sulphurous Lake.
British Columbians in 54 municipalities will benefit from new and updated public infrastructure and critical services, thanks to grants in lieu of property taxes totalling more than $16 million.
A new mobile office pilot program for government workers who live in the Westshore will help reduce congestion, get commuters out of gridlock and give people more time with their families.
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