At a joint press conference on Monday, Quebec Premier François Legault and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced an investment of $826 million dollars to connect 150,000 Quebec homes to high-speed internet by 2022. \n"It's a historic announcement that we're making today," said Legault. \nEditor's Choice: Montreal Unveiled A New 24-Point Plan To Promote French In The City\n\nOn annonce, aujourd’hui, un investissement majeur au Québec dans le dossier d’Internet haute vitesse. Suivez notre conférence de presse en direct pour tous les détails👉 https://t.co/R3RbhfzP0g— François Legault (@francoislegault) March 22, 2021\n\nLegault mentioned that during his 2018 campaign for premier, the CAQ promised that "by 2022, every Quebecer will be connected to high-speed internet." \n"It's even more urgent after the pandemic than before the pandemic that everyone in Quebec, in every region of Quebec, can have high-speed internet," said the premier. \nSeveral companies including Bell, Cogeco, and Videotron will partner up with the governments to install high-speed internet in the regions that need it.