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Oct. 25,1995 

25 Years Ago

Pontiac looking at community internet: Pontiac could have its own community hook-up to the internet, thanks to a Canadian government program.
Marc Corbeil, Secretary General of PontiAction told the mayors at Monday night’s MRC meeting that Industry Canada will pay half the cost, up to $30,000 of establishing an internet service in the community.
He says the total cost of setting up Pontiac’s own internet access would be about . . .

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