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 .
Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation (CBBC) has issued a Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) for ISPs interested in providing and improving Internet services in rural and remote areas of the Columbia Basin-Boundary region. DEADLINE EXTENDED Closing date is now February […]
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 […]
Businesses invited to see live demo of super-fast 100 mbps service at March 23 event Businesses in downtown Rossland can now reap the benefits of high-speed Internet with up to 100 mbps symmetrical service. The downtown area is now connected […]
Eleven thousand rural households in the Columbia Basin Boundary region are getting high-speed Internet access. Imagine: no online banking, no Netflix, no Skyping or FaceTiming with out-of-town family. In some rural areas of the Columbia Basin, residents have had to […]
The Trust’s broadband initiative was successful in receiving funds from the provincial government’s Connecting BC Program. Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation, the Trust’s wholly owned subsidiary, and 12 local Internet service providers (ISPs) have been granted nearly $2.3 million to continue […]
MP David Wilks and Minister James Moore announce major investment that will bring fast, reliable Internet services to 11,000 homes Everyday tasks that were once done in person, such as shopping, communicating, learning and banking, are now done online. To […]