Students can now apply for the Access Communications Doug Alexander Scholarship Program.
The popular sports show arrives Saturday, February 6.
Our upgraded network now offers download speeds as fast as 450 Mbps in 25 communities, including the Town of Unity.
A holiday season tradition returns, hosted live by the Rotary Clubs of Regina.
A Saskatchewan tradition for 24 years returns on Halloween night.
Regina’s mayoral candidates are set to square off in a live, two-hour debate on November 2nd.
The Decision 2020 debates will be moderated by John Hopkins, CEO of the Regina Chamber of Commerce, and will air October 19th, 20th and 21st.
Beginning next summer, Access Communications will be proudly sponsoring the “Doug Alexander Intermediate Co-op Camp”.
The special provincial election forum will air on AccessNow TV community channels from October 19th to 25th.
The donation will help our registered charity continue to make a difference in the lives of youth in Saskatchewan.
For over 20 years, Access7 was the name for Access Communications’s community channels. Today, the Co-operative unveiled the new name and look for the platform: AccessNow TV.
One of largest car shows in Western Canada has been cancelled. The Labour Day Show N Shine will not proceed due to COVID-19.
Access Communications announces that WISI's Inca IP Video Platform will help power their new next-gen IPTV video service.
YFF can be viewed on Access7 community channels and online this Thursday, June 18 at 7:00 PM.
The Food Banks of Saskatchewan’s Crisis Response Fund supports bulk food purchasing, food hamper delivery, and staff to coordinate efforts during the COVID-19 crisis.
Access Communications announced today the first steps in delivering industry-leading next-generation television to its customers.
Mark your calendars and plan to spend the evening to honour the best country, roots, and gospel music talent in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Country Music Awards are going…
Access Communications, one of the province’s leading communications providers, continues to keep Saskatchewan connected in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Co-operative’s…
Enjoy one of Canada’s most popular recreational activities, skating, at the Access Communications Children’s Fund learn-to-skate and leisure rink. Our outdoor rink in Regina is now…
A Saskatchewan tradition for 23 years, the Access Communications Pumpkin Patrol cruises though communities across the province to help keep the streets safe for trick-or-treaters…
Access Communications is pleased to partner with the Regina Food Bank for the annual Regina Food Drive once again.
Providing leading-edge technology, at a reasonable, competitive price remains the focus of local co-operative Access Communications. The company’s menu of services continues to…
Access Communications and the Western Hockey League (WHL) are proud to announce the TV broadcast schedule for the 2019-2020 season of WHL on Access7. Access and the WHL are…
Although Monday’s rainy day made the crowd a bit smaller, over 1,000 spectators soaked up the festival atmosphere as 145 classic vehicles took centre stage at the 13th annual…
Monday, September 2 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Access Communications Community Park, will be the gathering place for hundreds of classic and vintage vehicles as local community…
Access Communications Co-operative today announced the launch of HyperSpeed 300; with speeds of 300 Megabits per second (Mbps) download and 20 Mbps upload.
Access Communications Co-operative announced today TiVo, the future of TV and whole-home entertainment, has arrived in Yorkton, Melville and the Battlefords.