Since the December 28th update, the permits for Richmond continue to experience regulatory delays. We have submitted 3 updates requested by the communications strand owner and have just received another round of requests for further revisions not previously flagged. The permits continue to be escalated to push for completion. Project Richmond will get built as […]
pic.twitter.com/MQ97fgORuw — Dave D Garand (@DaveInOrleans) June 2, 2019 With another tornado ripping through Ottawa yesterday, many people found they didn’t get the alert on their mobile phones, or got it too late. Perversely, a lot of people far from the affected area did get the alert. The Alert Ready website indicates that in order […]
Well, this looks good!
This is a long overdue update that we are excited to broadcast. We have had some bumpy roads along the way with being able to bring fast and reliable internet service to the rural community of Beckwith. Circumstances out of our control caused several setbacks that unfortunately made us miss our initial timelines. We are […]
The first fibre pulls along Dwyer Hill and inside of CCV took place this week! Here are a few photos of the work and the results… Yes, it’s actually happening!
For the past 6 months, the Community Fibre crew has been busy working on the CCV project along Dwyer Hill and inside the Country Club Village subdivision. This project is by far the most complicated undertaking we could have tackled, with plenty of hard lessons learned in the process. Much of the complexity arose from […]
First and foremost, a belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone! Since the kickoff of the Beckwith 9th Line North project at the beginning of November, the crew at Community Fibre has been very busy with the many details required to make the project happen. Survey / Engineering work is currently in […]
It is with great excitement that the Community Fibre Company announces that the Beckwith 9th Line North project is a go! Thanks to everyone for sending in their service agreements indicating strong support for fibre deployment in and around Ashton and the 9th Line Beckwith! Over the course of the next few days we will […]
After ELEVEN months of tedious work, today the Ottawa City Council approved Community Fibre Company’s Municipal Access Agreement. With this we can now commence various in-Ottawa projects we’ve been waiting to move forward with too! We can’t offer enough thanks to Councillors Leiper and Moffatt for helping make this happen.
The Millstone has an article about how we’re working with the MM2020 group.