Connecting British Columbia Program

Connecting British Columbia Program

Posted on February 25, 2021 at 11:57 am by Bill Roberts
BC, Community, Kamloops-North Thompson, Kamloops-South Thompson, Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, Provincial


The high cost of providing infrastructure for residents in and around rural and remote communities in B.C. has been identified by municipal governments, First Nations, Regional Districts, regional Internet service providers, and community advocates as one of the key barriers to expanding internet services.

The Connecting British Columbia program helps pay for infrastructure required to deliver high-speed internet connectivity to rural and remote areas of the province.

Over 500 rural and Indigenous communities will benefit from investments made through the Connecting British Columbia program. Locally, these include:

Cariboo Region

  • 100 Mile House
  • 105 Mile House
  • 122 Mile House
  • 93 Mile
  • Bridge Lake
  • Canim Lake
  • Deka Lake
  • Forest Grove
  • Gateway
  • Interlakes
  • Lac la Hache
  • Lone Butte
  • Roe Lake
  • Tatton

Thompson—Okanagan Region

  • 70 Mile House
  • Boston Flats
  • Clinton
  • Savona
  • Copper Creek
  • Lac Le Jeune
  • Little Fort
  • Walhachin
  • Green Lake