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This article was published 28/06/2019 (1372 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

JohnQ’s Connecting to Opportunity high-speed internet project broke ground on June 20 within the RM of Rosser in CentrePort Canada. The fibre optic initiative lays the groundwork for further projects that aim to deliver high-speed Internet and connect Manitoba’s businesses, farms, homes and institutions.

JohnQ’s board of directors and industry representatives in attendance were: (back row, from left) Shindico senior vice-president Robert Scaletta; JohnQ directors Matthew Prychun, Justin Bohemier, Jim Campbell, Debbie Fiebelkorn, Wes Taplin, and Tiffany Fell; RFNOW chief executive officer Chris Kennedy; JohnQ director Shelley Hart; JohnQ director and RM of Rosser councillor Angela Emms; JohnQ director and RM of Headingley councillor Jim Robson; and JohnQ director Clive Hinds; (front row, from left) Winnipeg METRO Region executive director Colleen Sklar; CentrePort Canada president and CEO Diane Gray; JohnQ director and RM of Portage la Prairie councillor Roy Tufford; and JohnQ director and RM of Macdonald reeve Brad Erb.

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