• Special Projects

  • Dempster Fibre Line


    About The Project

    Dempster Fibre Line

    The Dempster Fibre Line Project boasts an 800-kilometer fiber optic line which parallels the Dempster Highway, spanning from Dawson City in the Yukon to Inuvik in the Northwest Territories.

    Presently, remote northern regions primarily rely on a solitary fiber optic connection. Upon reaching Inuvik, this fiber line will integrate with the established Mackenzie Valley Fibre Connection to complete the final leg for a redundant connection.



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