Connecting First Nations to the World

Pathways to Technology, a project managed by All Nations Trust Company, is an initiative to bring affordable high-speed internet to all 203 First Nations in British Columbia. The Pathways team is working to ensure First Nations people can connect with the world via high-speed internet no matter where they live.

We collaborate with communities to identify and understand their specific needs and then engage with our wide network of partners to ensure those needs are met through building infrastructure, making connections and facilitating ongoing training and support.

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Welcome to Pathways to Technology

Toquaht Potlatch (31m)

Enjoy stunning scenery and share in the memorial potlatch for former chief Bert Mack in the community of Toquaht.  Community members describe the significance of this potlatch, the role of the Internet in its planning and organizing, and the broader opportunities made possible by broadband.


 

Which Communities are Connected?

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By The Numbers: Success to Date

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2016-2017 Project Outlook

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Project Videos:
High-Speed Internet a Stepping Stone to Growth

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Part 2: High-Speed Internet a Stepping Stone to Growth

The completion of a new fibre-optic cable along Highway 4 from Port Alberni to the west coast makes high-speed Internet in a reality for local Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations communities.

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Penelakut Island

Penelakut Island

Connected 2019 Standing at the tiny ferry terminal in the Vancouver Island town of Chemainus, Penelakut Island appears to be almost within throwing distance.... Read More >>

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