Inukshuk provides wireless internet to 100 areas

3 Apr 2007

Inukshuk, the wireless broadband network jointly developed by Canadian telcos Bell and Rogers, has expanded its coverage area to include more than 100 urban and rural areas. The network allows Rogers Portable Internet and Bell Sympatico Unplugged subscribers to access the internet from a wireless modem. Prior to expansion work completed at the end of last week, the Inukshuk network was available in the Greater Vancouver area, Victoria, Red Deer, Calgary, Edmonton, Greater Toronto Area, Barrie, London, Windsor, Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton, Ottawa, Gatineau-Hull, Quebec City, the Greater Montreal area, Charlottetown, Halifax, Fredericton, and St. John’s. Additional communities now covered by the network are spread across the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Canada, Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE)