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Posted Wednesday, June 27, 2018

The Eastern Ontario Regional Network (EORN) is pleased that all Members of Parliament representing the region, and from across party lines, have signed strong letters of support to the federal government to help fund proposed cell service improvements for the region.
EORN is proposing a $213 million public-private partnership to improve both the reach and quality of cellular data services in rural Eastern Ontario, which is essential for business investment, jobs and quality...

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Posted Friday, June 08, 2018

The Eastern Ontario Regional Broadband Network (EORN) is currently seeking applications from the public to serve on its Board of Directors.  Eastern Ontario residents with an interest in the economic and technological advancement of Eastern Ontario are encouraged to apply.
Applications are being sought from qualified and experienced persons in the areas of public or private; finance, legal, and technology to fill one (1) immediate short-term vacancy with an option...

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Posted Tuesday, April 24, 2018

EORN Board of Directors with Minister Jeff Leal  Mobile broadband critical to regional growth
The Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus and Eastern Ontario Regional Network (EORN) welcomed the Ontario Government’s commitment of $71 million to improve cell service across the region. Ontario Rural Affairs Minister Jeff Leal announced the funding formally at an event in Belleville yesterday.
EORN has proposed a $213 million public-private partnership to improve both the reach and quality of cellular data services...

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Posted Thursday, July 06, 2017

web-+CRTCEORN/EOWC are committed to working with the CRTC and others to ensure that residents, businesses, municipal governments and public institutions in Eastern Ontario are all able to achieve this basic service standard by 2021.

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Posted Monday, May 29, 2017

Cell Gap NR PictureThe Eastern Ontario Regional Network (EORN) is seeking federal and provincial support to fill gaps in cellular coverage that are standing in the way of the region’s economic growth and public safety.

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