Connecting rural Canadians to the Internet

For many of us, the Internet is a vital part of our daily lives – business and pleasure.

Personally, I have a hard time imagining my life without the Internet in it in some way shape or form. From a work perspective, I’m a freelance writer and communications project manager and my husband and I also have a web-based retail business. Socially, the Internet helps me stay in touch with friends and family far away and makes plans with those who are close by.

Where am I going with this, you may ask? Continue reading Connecting rural Canadians to the Internet

The great Internet divide

The Internet has become inextricably intertwined with my daily life – to the point where I can’t image living without it and have a hard time remembering the days when I did.

High speed internet access is something I’ve pretty much taken for granted, having always lived and worked in urban areas since it became standard in homes and offices. Until now, when I discovered first hand the great Canadian technology divide. Continue reading The great Internet divide