VANCOUVER and MUSQUEAM, SQUAMISH and TSLEIL-WAUTUTH TERRITORIES — The Moose Hide Campaign today announced a $150,000 donation and three-year commitment from Telus Communications to promote its mission to end violence... Continue Reading
VANCOUVER – Telus Corporation today announced its first quarter 2022 results, reporting $4.3 billion in consolidated operating revenues and other income – an increase of 6.4% compared to the same... Continue Reading
VANCOUVER — Telus Communications announced today in 2021 the company, its team members and retirees gave $90 million — representing about 5% of its pre-tax profits — in cash, in-kind... Continue Reading
AHMAD HATHOUT’S ARTICLE in the 27 April 2022 edition of Cartt.ca reports on the Commission’s proceeding looking into the possibility of subsidizing 9-1-1 services in Canada, more specifically the latest evolution of 9-1-1: NG9-1-1 service.
In 2017, five years ago, the Commission determined that Canada should migrate from E9-1-1 to NG9-1-1. In its landmark decision on the matter Telecom Regulatory Policy 2017-182, the Commission designated all Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers – small and large ILECs alike – as NG9-1-1 network providers. These companies are under no less than a condition of service, imposed via section 24 of the…
By Peter Menzies
THIRTY-SIX YEARS AGO last week, the Calgary Flames scored one of their most famous triumphs – a 3-2 Game 7 playoff victory over the defending Stanley Cup champion Edmonton Oilers.
Back then I was sports editor of the Calgary Sun and that playoff run to the finals (Calgary lost to Montreal in 5) dominated my days. But by night I was secretly just as excited that by June I’d be in Mexico covering Canada’s debut at World Cup ’86.
In Canada, being a proper football fan has been a pretty lonely, often mocked, existence. Sports departments considered soccer merely…
OTTAWA – Telus has not successfully addressed concerns expressed by the CRTC in its 2018 renewal of the company’s regional licences for its terrestrial broadcasting distribution undertakings (BDUs) serving locations... Continue Reading
OTTAWA – Bell and Telus fired back at Rogers over the telecom’s claim the cross-band spectrum caps proposed by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) for the upcoming 3800... Continue Reading
By Ahmad Hathout LARGE TELCOS ARE recommending the CRTC avoid subsidizing next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) networks through a large fund subsidized by the carriers and dedicated to basic telecommunications services, with one large telco... Continue Reading
By Denis Carmel GATINEAU – Following three complaints made by Teksavvy, a competitive telecommunications provider, the Information Commissioner ruled the CRTC did not respect the timelines of the service provider’s... Continue Reading
VANCOUVER — Telus Communications today announced the launch of Telus SmartWear Security (pictured above), “a line of discreet wearable accessories that provides our customers with emergency support, 24/7 monitoring, and peace... Continue Reading