The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) launched the Rural Connectivity Task Force to improve rural internet and cellular service in Saskatchewan.

APAS launched the Rural Connectivity Task Force to improve rural internet and cellular service in Saskatchewan.

LATEST NEWS

12/09/2020

Rural Connectivity Task Force releases discussion paper

The Task Force has released their interim report, which summarizes the information gathered to date and outlines some of the key concepts that shape Saskatchewan's internet landscape.

12/04/2020

Rural Connectivity Task Force meets with SaskTel

The Task Force met with SaskTel to learn more about the challenges and opportunities faced by Saskatchewan's largest service provider.

11/12/2020

APAS launches Saskatchewan first Internet Speed Test

The test gives people living anywhere in Saskatchewan the chance to test their internet speeds against what their internet contracts promise.

11/05/2020

Rural Connectivity Task Force meets industry experts

The Task Force met with internet experts Dr. Reza Rajabuin of Ryerson University and Dr. Michael McNally the University of Alberta to dig into the technical and regulatory issues that shape Canada's internet landscape.

09/02/2020

APAS launches Rural Connectivity Task Force

From September 2020 to January 2021 the Task Force will investigate the barriers to and opportunities for better internet and cellular service in rural Saskatchewan.

Background

APAS has been working on the issue of Rural Connectivity since 2019. Find out more about our work.

Meet the Task Force

The Rural Connectivity Task Force is made up of agricultural producers from across Saskatchewan.

Get Involved

We need you to take action on the issue of rural connectivity.

Learn more about APAS