A recent news release (English/French) announced the Ontario High-Speed Internet Access Map, which will make it easier for people to learn more about provincially funded high-speed internet projects in their communities. The map will provide users with the ability to search by address, community or municipality and view project details, including construction status, provincial and federal contribution, technology to be used, and who the internet service providers are. The map shows the location of pending projects, active projects and completed projects.
This map also shows where high-speed internet service is currently available in communities across Ontario. This includes the minimum service standard of 50 Megabits per second (Mbps) download and 10 Mbps upload speeds, or 50/10 as set by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).
The high-speed internet map will be updated by the Ministry of Infrastructure when new information becomes available, including modifying project details and adding new government funded projects. Additional provincially funded high-speed internet projects will also be added to the map as project agreements are finalized.
Ontario has made significant progress on filling service gaps using a suite of initiatives. The Provincial government is looking at all options on how best to bring faster service to all communities by the end of 2025.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the new Ontario High Speed Internet Access Map.