Telecommunications in Rural Nova Scotia
Inadequate rural infrastructure is often identified by farms and other rural businesses as a barrier to growth. Challenges around three phase power, high speed internet, cell service and roads aren’t lessening by any means. NSFA has been working with stakeholders to address these various areas since before communications infrastructure became a part of NSFA Standing Policy in 2012.

A resolution for NSFA to lobby for better cell phone and high-speed internet service was passed at our 2018 AGM. The lack of quality (or in some cases no service) has been on NSFA’s radar for quite some time, and we are encouraged to see $5-6 billion in the federal budget to support for a high-speed internet throughout all of Canada.

NSFA is collecting information from our members to understand which regions have and the implications of limited telecommunications services (cellular service and high-speed internet) in rural Nova Scotia. We will convey the challenges and barriers to government decision makers.

By completing the following questionnaire, you understand that NSFA will report the survey results in aggregate - names and contact information will be omitted. Any contact information provided will only be used to followup on improvements and report back on lobby progress.

Before getting started, please indicate the community your farm is located.
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In which county is your farm located?
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