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Cariboo Regional District launches broadband connectivity survey

The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) is conducting a survey of residents, businesses, organizations and institutions regarding broadband service in the region. The purpose of the survey is to obtain information and feedback about existing internet and cellular services in the CRD, to assist with future planning and strategy development intended to improve high speed internet service in rural areas.

The survey can be filled out online at:

Resident Survey

Business Survey

Testing current Internet speed

To test your current download/upload speeds (part of the survey) visit: CRD Internet Performance Test

Printed versions of survey available

Beginning Dec. 2, printed versions of the survey will be available for those who are unable to access the online version. Printed surveys can be obtained from the CRD offices in Williams Lake, Quesnel and 100 Mile House during regular office hours. CRD libraries that are currently open will also have printed copies of the survey available for pick-up. Completed copies of the printed version can be returned to the CRD offices mentioned above, or open CRD libraries via the book deposit slot. You can also download printed versions of the survey from the CRD website at:

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