Over 2,500 households in several small and rural Basin communities now have enhanced internet services as a result of projects completed quickly this spring in partnership with the Province, Basin internet service providers (ISPs) and Columbia Basin Trust.
Improved high-speed internet is on the way for 26 communities in the Basin, bringing people opportunities to learn, connect and better expand their businesses. The Province announced today $4.8 million in provincial funding to support the Trust on two new […]
Columbia Basin Trust uses underwater cable to connect rural communities to its broadband network It was a novel approach—looking at a 36-kilometre stretch of northern Kootenay Lake as an opportunity, not a barrier, to the delivery of high-speed Internet. Now, […]
A submarine fibre optic cable expands the reach of high-speed Internet The lakes and rivers of the Columbia Basin have connected the people of our region for centuries. These days, these waterways have become a new means of connection: as […]
Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Columbia Basin Trust, is planning to replace the existing 68 foot tower with a CSA Grade 120 foot tower for the purposes of improving access to Internet services as well as improving […]
Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation (CBBC) is seeking proposals from qualified proponents to provide construction and technical project management support to CBBC. Closing date is March 27, 2017 at noon PT/1:00 p.m. MT. View the document .
Offer available to first 10 downtown Rossland businesses that sign up. Reap the benefits of super high-speed fibre-optic Internet! If you are one of the first ten businesses to sign up for one year of service from Internet providers on […]