LA PLATA, Maryland — The Canadian government, after months of negotiations with satellite fleet operator Telesat about a long-term package to fund Telesat’s Lightspeed broadband constellation, has proposed a funding scheme whose terms have been reset since the two sides’ August 2021 term sheet, and whose final conditions are still not certain.

In a March 28 statement after markets’ close, Telesat said it had received a letter from François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, saying the government is “prepared to invest 2 . . .

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