Cogeco is reporting internet outages affecting several regions across the province.
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On Monday, students in Ontario began online learning due to the rising cases of the coronavirus across the province.
Many have taken to social media, saying the outages have interrupted remote learning.
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Just after 10:30 a.m., the media company tweeted that it was dealing with an issue impacting its internet services.
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Cogeco did not say what caused the internet interruptions. Its own site is having issues loading.
According to the company’s internet outage map, regions from Cornwall down to Windsor are affected by the outage.
The company did not clarify how many customers or regions were affected when asked, but said it was experiencing “technical issues” with its internet services.
“Our technicians are working hard to resolve the situation as quickly as possible. We are proactively informing our customers on social media and keeping them up to date of any new developments,” a spokesperson for Cogeco said.
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