A homegrown approach to rural high-speed Internet

Robin Sukhu

If you live in rural Ontario, you know all about dreaming about high-speed internet.  I live in Mississippi Mills and like most rural areas, we are stuck with either satellite service or over the air wireless with data caps, pitiful download speeds – and it is expensive.  The ultimate dream would be to have fibre directly to your house.  In our neighbouring township of Beckwith, that dream is being realized now.

Fibre to the home in rural areas! Surely that is not possible. A local entrepreneur, Ben LaHaise, is providing exactly that – fibre to the home and at prices competitive with urban areas.

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