On this page I collect network maps for the huge but sparsely populated country of Canada. Now, I could have added these to the US maps and created a North American page, but the Canadian contribution is too heavily overshadowed when I do that. Besides, it’s really a separate group of providers given the Canadian government’s ownership restrictions on telecoms north of the border, and is in my opinion worthy of its own page. Now obviously some US and European telecom providers do business in Canada too, but unless they have a separate map for it I won’t include them here. You can find those over on the US and International network map pages.
|Alberta SuperNet (Axia)||Map|
|Connected Coast||British Columbia map|
|Cogeco Data Services||Map|
|F6 Networks||Interactive Map|
|Hydro One Telecom||Map|
|Valley Community Fiber Network||Map|
|Videotron||Quebec, seeking map|
I do not pretend that this list is comprehensive yet. Actually, I’m not that familiar with Canadian fiber assets, so I’m absolutely positive I’m missing some. If you know of a publicly available network map that should be on this list, do not hesitate to leave a comment below or send me an email.
More consolidation up north in Canada. Rogers purchased Atria Networks today for $425M. Atria Networks has 5,600 fiber route kms and 3,800 on-net buildings in Ontario.
Does anyone know of a good independent fiber consultant that knows the Calgary area? We are moving a very large data center to this market and need assistance on due diligence for land sites to make sure fiber is close. Houston based firm.
Move to Edmonton theres Darko fibre providers up there that will build to suit
I know this is a post from some time ago , did you find a fiber consultant ?
I can also help with Data Center infrastructure – switches/routers as well as connectivity.
This can included but not limited to Fiber Optic gear , microwave and MPLS/IP Switching and routing.
I know it’s 2022 now but perhaps you are still active on page? I have a question about routing and am also wondering which companies piggy back off each others towers and which networks cross international borders. Trying to enhance my security protocols. Used to work for an ISP as admin support back in the day but I’m looking into more journalistic endeavors now and I have a lot of privacy concerns that couldn’t be answered by a search engine look up.
I was wondering if anyone is aware of a source for Canadian telecom networks spatial data (shapefile /gdb /other). Geo-Tel is available for the US but does not cover Canada. Thx.
We are in a rural area and telus has fiber optic lines on the road out front. But they say the are no longer in the internet service and will only cover their existing clients? They apparently lobbied the CRTC to make internet service non essential. So we are stuck with costly and unreliable satellite.
We have some options for you if you cannot access fiber but require reliable, high-speed Internet. We are a National provider.
Construction company looking for good internet in Conrad, AB (East of Wrentham and Lethbridge)