Connectivity has the potential to change the way we live, work and play.

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Working Together to Connect Waldheim

Partnerships can be powerful, and the story of getting reliable and abundant high-speed internet in Waldheim shows what can happen when the industry, government, and people work together.

Nokomis’ Transformation to a Connected Town

Nokomis’ present is that of a Connected Town, and its future moves toward a Connected Saskatchewan.

SaskTel and South Saskatchewan Ready Partner to Bring infiNET Service to Southern Saskatchewan Communities

Industries across the province are transforming to meet economic demands, and it's increasingly apparent that in today's digital world a reliable broadband internet connection is vital for businesses and residents to thrive and succeed.

Leading the Way: Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation Leaves Inadequate Internet Behind

It’s been a decade of efforts to ensure Muscowpetung, a First Nation in the Qu’appelle Valley, has the internet service they need. Over the years they’ve used different approaches from multiple local providers, but their newest option is unusual in Saskatchewan and in its scope.

Beaver River Broadband Makes Internet Service Win-Win

Access to adequate and reliable internet service is vital to communities and their economic development, and Beaver River Broadband is going the extra mile to ensure the economic health of First Nation communities in Saskatchewan. The partnership between Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) and Wood River Internet has the goal to not only provide access to First Nations in the province, but to also employ their people.