Keewaytinook Mobile (KM) is now delivering a new innovative cellular/mobile alternative service that supports full access (local calling) across all 20 First Nation community-owned and operated cell sites on the Kuhkenah Network (KO-KNET). Roaming on the TBayTel network (towns, cities and roads across Northwestern Ontario) is also available. Work is underway so roaming on the cross-Canada Rogers network is also available (scheduled to be completed in early spring).
RITA TRICHUR - TELECOM REPORTER - Feb. 07 2013
George Cope cannot understand what all the fuss is about.
The chief executive officer of BCE Inc. says there are misguided fears about the state of wireless competition even though Canadians benefit from having an industry that is brimming with carrier rivalries.
Kathleen Wynne has officially been sworn in as Ontario's new Premier, and has announced her new lineup of 27 ministers, 20 of whom have new portfolios, and an additional 10 new members.
AFN press release
Assembly of First Nations Welcomes All-Party Support for Treaty Implementation and Respect for Aboriginal Title and Rights
February 7, 2013
see also CBC story below ...
Speaking of Accountability... Reexamining the Relationship of First Nation Voters to their Governments
Jodi Bruhn | December 15, 2012