Peace Region Internet Society

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Peace Region Internet Society

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The Peace Region Internet Society [PRiS] was formed in 1994 as a registered non-profit society. The society's mandate was "to provide affordable access to the Internet for individuals, businesses and organizations in the Peace Region of northern British Columbia." The society is governed by an elected Board of Directors and, as of September 2001, employs six full-time technical and office staff to serve 6,000 members. The communities of Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson, Hudson Hope, Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge are served by the society.

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