|More expansion and partnerships for Prince Rupert's CityWest
The Gitga'at Development Corporation is the latest group to sign on to to the Connected Coast initiative, with Prince Rupert based CityWest announcing a joint partnership agreement today that will see the joint management and access to state of the art fibre to the home for the Hartley Bay Area.
As part of today's announcement, the partnership will see the creation of a new company, CityWest Gitga’at Communications Corp. which will jointly manage the leg of Connected Coast from Kitimat to Hartley Bay.“The Connected Coast project will bring tremendous opportunities for our membership. Through this partnership, and the long-term nature of the relationship, we will see both revenues and opportunities which will directly benefit Gitga’at First Nation and its members,”
“We see this partnership as just the beginning of a strong relationship with the Gitga’at Nation, a group that we hold in the highest regard. Their entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiastic approach to business opportunities fits perfectly with the vision and values of our company, and we’re excited about the many new adventures we’ll have with our new partners.”
|Hartley Bay will be one of the communities served by the
Connected Coast initiative with a fibre connection to run from
Kitimat to the community