It’s a milestone being felt around the Columbia Basin and Boundary regions: after more than three years of hard work, residents in over 12,000 rural households, in more than 62 communities in the region, will have access to new or improved high-speed Internet.
When the Town of Golden welcomed the Freeride World Tour in February 2018, a powerful broadband network became critical. FlexiNET Broadband, a local Internet service provider, worked with Columbia Basin Trust to make it happen. This skiing and snowboarding event […]
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, […]
10x the connectivity now available on Trail, Castlegar and Nelson campuses. Selkirk College faculty and students are now benefiting from faster Internet speeds, thanks to a connection to the fibre-optic broadband network owned and managed by the Columbia Basin Broadband […]
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 […]
700 households and businesses to see faster Internet speeds Northern Kootenay Lake residents and businesses will soon have access to faster Internet, thanks to Columbia Basin Trust and the B.C. government’s investment in an underwater fibre optic cable. A 36 […]
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 .