Links to the world with new telecom network

May 1999
Northern Ontario Business;May99, Vol. 19 Issue 8, Progress p16
Profiles the Northern Ontario Telecommunications Network (NOCN) initiative in Ontario. Pursuit of high-speed low-cost voice and data transmission capabilities; Application to the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund for capital funds; Provider partners; Parry Sound Area Telecommunications Sub-Committee's endorsement of NetCentral's proposal to the Heritage Fund board.


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