CBC News by Thomas Daigle
When Vernon Kejick got a first taste of Starlink satellite internet on the Pikangikum First Nation, his initial review was succinct.
“All I can say is it’s a lot faster than what I had before,” he said. Kejick’s response highlights a long-running disparity that may finally have met a resolution.
Starlink, the new high-speed internet service provided by Elon Musk’s U.S.-based SpaceX firm, and recently approved by the CRTC, does have drawbacks. It’s expensive. And stargazers fear it will ruin the night sky.