BCR's & Letters of Support
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31. University of Guelph - Dr. Don Richardson and Ricardo Ramirez (July 28)

"The current "PACTS within Rural Ontario Communities" research program (supported by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs' Sustainable Rural Communities Program with the University of Guelph) we have underway in partnership with K-Net will add strength to the K-Net Smart Communities initiative."

32. Consultant - Florence Woolner (July 26)

"In my opinion K-Net Services has demonstrated a unique organizational capacity to carry out a project of the scope and mandate of the Kuh-ke-nah Network\Smart Communities demonstration project."

33. Deer Lake (SMART communities BCR included)

Community members letters to follow

34. Keewaywin (SMART communities BCR included)

Community members letters to follow

35. Northwest Information Systems Inc. - Charles Ailey (July 28)

"This initiative would be a great asset to this ongoing project that is now working to bring broadband services to the north. N.I.S. is working with Keewaytinook Okimakanak by providing the WAN network design specifications required to bring broadband services to the communities in the north. In working with K-Net and Keewaytinook Okimakanak, we have found them to be leaders in the development of telecommunication and network services for the north."

36. FedNor, Industry Canada - Carl Seibel (July 27)

"Keewaytinook is leading Smart aboriginal organization in northern Ontario as evidenced by FedNor's contribution of some $1.2 million to five current Keewaytinook telecommunications projects. Keewaytinook has advanced the use of modern applications in both its 5 remote communities as well as some 30 other air only accessible First Nations of Nishnawbe Aski Nation."


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