EORN

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Improving cellular coverage and capacity

EORN Cell Gap Project

Valued at more than $300 million, the Cell Gap Project will involve construction of approximately 300 new telecommunications sites and the upgrade of more than 300 existing sites. Upgrading of the existing sites began in 2021, with new construction scheduled to begin in Spring 2022. 

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Improving Connectivity

EORN has been serving communities across eastern Ontario since 2010. 

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Better Broadband

Investment in broadband is key to our economic recovery and unlocking our region's potential.

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The higher speed internet has truly allowed us to flourish in the community. It's allowed us to grow in the community where we started and where we want to stay.

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Ian MacGillivray

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Beau's All Natural Brewing Company

The new high-speed connection will improve the quality of service that we can provide to our community members- linking them to better health care services as well as new educational and economic opportunities.

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Chief James Marsden

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Alderville First Nation, 2013

The high-speed internet access is key to our future and to being financially sustainable destination that will benefit the community for generations to come.

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Karen Jopling, Operations Manager - 2016

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Lang Pioneer Village Museum

Expanding high-capacity, high-speed internet fibre to key commercial areas is helping us attract and retain local businesses. It is a real boost for our community and economic development.

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Peter Mertens, Mayor - 2016

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Prince Edward County

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