$7.85 million to bring high-speed Internet access to more than 1,550 households in the Lanaudière and Laurentides regions by September 2022

Quebec: Thanks to a total investment of $7.85 million, made as part of Canada–Quebec Operation High Speed, 1,560 households in the Lanaudière and Laurentides regions will have access to Vidéotron high-speed Internet services by September 2022.

The announcement was made today by Stéphane Lauzon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Seniors and Member of Parliament for Argenteuil–La Petite-Nation; Caroline Proulx, Quebec’s Minister of Tourism, Minister Responsible for the Lanaudière Region and the Bas-Saint-Laurent Region, and Member of the National Assembly for Berthier; Gilles Bélanger, Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier of Quebec (high-speed Internet) and Member of the National Assembly for Orford; Sylvie D’Amours, Member of the National Assembly for Mirabel; and Pierre Karl Péladeau, President and CEO of Quebecor.

Vidéotron will receive a combined amount of $6.21 million from the two levels of government to support the deployment of high-speed Internet services to 1,560 households that currently do not have access. The investments announced will accelerate the deployment of reliable, high-performance infrastructure in the following municipalities:

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