Local Residents Asked To Answer Survey On Internet Service

Local residents are being encouraged to talk about their internet service in a regional survey.
The survey's been launched by the Northeast Superior Regional Broadband Network, a partnership of thirteen organizations and communities, including Wawa, Dubreuilville, White River, and Hornepayne, as well as the Brunswick House, Chapleau Cree, Michipicoten, and Pic Mobert First Nations.
Dubreuilville Economic Development Officer Melanie Pilon says the group is seeking to gather information about the current state of service in the region - and they want an in-depth look to see any problems in any of the communities.

Pilon emphasizes it's important that people complete this survey at home, if they can, as it includes a speed test to gather important information about internet service quality - though you could complete another survey and speed test at a camp or separate business location.
Paper versions of the survey are available at Economic Development offices, Town or Band Halls of each community - the online version can be found through the EDC of Wawa website and Facebook page, or you can contact the EDC of Wawa or Dubreuilville for more information.