Canada is about to add another million subscribers to its broadband service, but the new numbers are not yet available.
The Globe and Mail reports that the government will start accepting online banking payments in November.
The news comes as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government tries to shore up support in the Senate to enact its broadband bill.
The bill would allow ISPs to offer unlimited data and broadband services to residential customers, with some exceptions.
The legislation would also include the possibility for small businesses to use the new service.
Horizon Financial, the company that is providing the new services, announced earlier this month that it had received $15 million in new funding from the Canadian government, in addition to $4 million from the federal government.
The company also plans to offer services to new customers.
The new funding comes from the Canada Infrastructure Bank, which is a federal government agency.
The bank has been providing loans to Canadian banks, and will now also lend money to small businesses.
The banks have been trying to get access to the new financial services, but were denied.