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    Tech company Cisco and the City of Toronto have teamed up to provide free WiFi to low-income residents. 

    The city’s chief technology officer says this partnership will help provide internet to those most vulnerable after the coronavirus pandemic has intensified its digital divide. 

    The city announced that the $1 million investment would have up to 25 WiFi hotspots connecting about 13,000 residents with free internet for up to a year by the end of 2020.

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