Bruce Buffalo built two rooftop internet hotspots so the residents of his small rural Alberta town can afford to stay connected. 

“I just figured it would be useful to create a hotspot so people could use their phones,” the Maskwacis, Alberta resident said in an interview.  His hope is to make internet affordable for all of the 7,582 residents in the four Cree Nation reserves in the Maskwacis region.

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