High speed internet has arrived at the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation reserve, located 25 minutes outside of Prince George.
Community leaders say the new high-speed Internet upgrade will unlock a wealth of business, social and nation building opportunities.
The project was funded by the Pathway project, with support from the Province of BC and the Canadian Government through Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canda.
Chief Dominic Frederick says, “This was long overdue and it’s a positive step for our community to be engaged and informed.”
The high speed internet services will benefit all 116 members who live on the Lheidli T’enneh reserve.