High-Speed Fibre Optic for Rural Alberta

Municipal Partnerships

Building and Maintaining Networks

Currently connecting the following communities:

Red Deer County (Dickson and Woodland Hills), County of Paintearth (Halkirk, Brownfield, and Crowfoot Crossing).

More locations coming soon!

Limited Time

Sign Up Now to Maximize Installation Savings

To enjoy the benefit of high-speed broadband, opt-in to have a connection dropped at your home or business.

Speeds up to


per second

Allowing rural customers to enjoy fast streaming, seamless video calls, and quick downloads, greatly enhancing their connectivity and online experiences.

Open Network

Choose a Retail Service Provider

Our network ensures open access for all, fostering competition and providing residents with multiple service provider options.


Reinvesting into Your Network

As a municipally controlled corporation, Connect invests its revenue into developing the network within the municipality.

Now Installing in Your Community

Find out if we’re delivering fibre optic in your municipality. Don’t miss your chance to save. Act now to take advantage of maximum cost savings.

Answering You Questions

Let’s Get You Up to Speed!

Dive into our FAQs to discover everything you need to know about our broadband network, services, and how we’re enhancing rural Alberta’s connectivity.

How do I get connected?

To get Connect, begin by filling out the Access Agreement on our website. This Agreement provides your consent, as the registered owner on title for the property, for Connect to deliver fibre optic cable to your home. Once your connection is installed, you can sign up with one of our Retail Service Providers (RSPs) to access Connect’s open-access network to receive speeds up to 1Gbps upload and download, enabling streaming, video conferencing, downloads, and more.

How do municipalities become shareholder-members of Connect?

We invite municipalities to reach out to the Connect Team, together we will explore how we can meet their unique needs, and enhance the network in their community. Contact us to learn more about the opportunities and process.

How does Connect’s business structure work?

Connect is a municipally controlled corporation providing open-access, wholesale, high-speed broadband infrastructure, to serve communities and municipalities in rural Alberta. Connect is responsible for building and operating the infrastructure necessary to bring broadband to rural homes, farms, businesses, and industrial sites. Customers will need to purchase their internet service from one of the Retail Service Providers (RSPs) on Connect’s network, not directly from Connect.

What impact will construction have on my property?

Our construction process is designed to minimize disruption to your property. Any necessary work will be communicated in advance, and we will work with property owners to ensure the safety and security of their property.

What speeds are available and what are the benefits of fibre?

Connect offers a range of speeds from 50 Mbps to 1 Gbps. The benefits of fibre include faster internet, greater reliability, and future-proofing your connection to handle increasing data demands.

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