Partnership between the Municipality of Yarmouth, Western REN, Develop Nova Scotia and Bell Canada allow 410 more civic addresses to be connected within the Municipality of Yarmouth.
<Hebron NS – January 26th, 2021 >
The Municipality of the District of Yarmouth, in partnership with the Municipalities of the Districts of Barrington and Digby, along with the Western Regional Enterprise Network (WREN), Develop Nova Scotia and Bell Canada are pleased to announce that an additional 410 High Speed internet connections in the Municipality have been approved for funding. This project is made possible through the internet for Nova Scotia initiative and an investment of $278,500 by the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth.
“The communities being connected in this third round of rural internet funding will fill many gaps left in the previous rounds. The Municipality will continue its efforts to see as many civic addresses as possible have access to reliable high speed internet. Covid has proven how critical high speed internet is to everyone.” said John Cunningham, Warden of the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth.
The following areas of the Municipality are included in the round 3 announcement and will soon have access to high-speed Internet:
|* Main Shore Road||* Brenton|
|* South Ohio||* Wellington|
|* Carleton Centre||* Deerfield|
|* Mood Road||* Pleasant Valley South|
|* Arcadia||* Chebogue Point|
|* Sand Beach||* Sandford to Cape Forchu|
John Cunningham, Warden Municipality of Yarmouth
Victoria Brooks, Chief Administrative Officer