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Indigenous Connectivity Summit 2018: Training Day
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Access 12 October 2018

Indigenous Connectivity Summit 2018: Training Day

True to its location in Festival City – also known as Edmonton, Alberta – the 2018 Indigenous Connectivity Summit’s...

Prioritizing Indigenous Connectivity in North America
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Access 11 October 2018

Prioritizing Indigenous Connectivity in North America

It never ceases to amaze me how quickly technology evolves. In 2007, the iPhone was released and dramatically transformed...

New ideas for Northern Internet
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In the News 10 October 2018

New ideas for Northern Internet

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Indigenous Connectivity Summit – My Perspective
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Access 8 October 2018

Indigenous Connectivity Summit – My Perspective

As the Director of Technology for the Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association I’ve been working with Native communities in...

The Presence of Community Networks in Latin America and the Caribbean
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Access 5 October 2018

The Presence of Community Networks in Latin America and the Caribbean

The community of Latin America and the Caribbean has maintained an incessant activity in community networks topics, particularly during...

CRTC Fund Makes Important Commitment to Indigenous Connectivity Solutions
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Access 4 October 2018

CRTC Fund Makes Important Commitment to Indigenous Connectivity Solutions

While a new fund by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has disappointed some Internet advocacy groups, we...

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