Working to connect all British Columbians
to the knowledge economy.

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Some Tentative Dates
While a more extensive schedule of events will be developed over the coming weeks, a number of targets must be kept in mind.
First, to be effective, we need to have our findings in Report Form in early November, 2001.
Second, we will be using the scheduled Fall meeting of the BCIA (September 30th in Penticton) as an important meeting for the Forum and we will be actively working with the organizers of this conference to this end.
Third, there are a number of other meetings in the fall that we can also consider to further the discussion.
As a guiding principle, however, we are committed to having at least one meeting in each of the key areas of the province as part of the overall process.
Through these meetings, the use of sub-groups, the development of targeted issues papers, and the use of conference calls and an active website, we will ensure the broadest possible participation from all parts of the province and from every stakeholder group that wishes to be involved.
The National Broadband Task Force has pledged:
To connect all Canadians, regardless of location or status, to high-speed Internet and related services by 2004.

- The National Broadband Task Force 2001
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