blue fiber internet cable

High-Speed Internet Access

High-Speed Internet Access Map

Explore the interactive map that identifies the locations and details of provincially funded high-speed internet projects, as well as the location of existing high-speed internet service availability.
The map provides users with the ability to search by address, community or municipality to find project details, including construction status, provincial and federal contribution, and who the internet service providers are: Ontario High-Speed Internet Access Map.

This map also shows where high-speed internet service is currently available in communities across Ontario. This includes the minimum service standard of 50 Megabits per second (Mbps) download and 10 Mbps upload speeds, or 50/10 as set by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. 

The high-speed internet map will be updated by the Ministry of Infrastructure when new information becomes available, including modifying project details, or adding new government funded projects. Additional provincially funded high-speed internet projects will also be added to the map as project agreements are finalized. If you have any questions, please contact the ministry at:

Internet Performance Test Tool

Test your internet speed and see the speed of other users in the community with the Internet Performance Test Tool from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). The test takes less than a minute to complete and you'll be provided with a readout of your download and upload speeds, as well as other service metrics including jitter, latency and packet loss. It will allow you to see the performance of the connection you are paying for and what others are receiving. The test results are continually being collected and are anonymized and added to a national database of internet performance data that provides researchers, policymakers and the public with an overall view of connectivity in Canada.