September 24, 2018

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Venture to bring high-speed internet to northern Manitoba

Indigenous-owned company acquires partners to help lay foundation for proposed network

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Alex Agius (from left) of Distinct Infrastructure Group (DIG), Ken Sanderson, executive director of Broadband Communications North, Clear Sky Connections board vice-president David Crate, Clear Sky CEO Lisa Clarke and Joe Lanni of DIG Inc. celebrate the announcement of a joint venture between three companies, which will bring high-speed internet to First Nations and surrounding communities across northern Manitoba.</p>

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Alex Agius (from left) of Distinct Infrastructure Group (DIG), Ken Sanderson, executive director of Broadband Communications North, Clear Sky Connections board vice-president David Crate, Clear Sky CEO Lisa Clarke and Joe Lanni of DIG Inc. celebrate the announcement of a joint venture between three companies, which will bring high-speed internet to First Nations and surrounding communities across northern Manitoba.

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