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Canadian ISPs Merge Into Canada

[Montreal, CANADA] Canada, a new Internet Service Provider, has announced the fusion and gradual integration of iSTAR, Internet Interlog, TotalNet, and Mlink into its corporate banner. is an Internet Service Company providing local content shared through a global network of online communities. It provides consumers and small businesses with easy Internet access, e-mail, instant messaging, chat, customized multilingual content, Web hosting and local 24-hour customer service.

It operates in more than 20 countries and serves nearly 600,000 customers worldwide. has offices in Europe, Latin America, North America, and Asia.

Management at Canada said that customers can expect a smooth transition process and enhanced services as a result of the blending of the four companies into Canada.

The company offers dial-up, broadband, satellite, and wireless Internet access to its customers. also provides distinctive local content and plans to substantially extend both the reach of its global access network and the depth of its portal content.

"At we are simplifying and personalizing the online experience by giving our customers the tools to get online quickly and connect them with the people and content they care about -- regardless of where they live or what language they speak," said Canada president Stephane Goyette.