FORT MCMURRAY - WOOD BUFFALO, AB – Telus announced yesterday it is collaborating with the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo on a $21 million project to connect several communities directly... Continue Reading
VICTORIA and QUEBEC CITY — Telus Communications announced today it is investing more than $100 million combined in Victoria, B.C. and the Capitale-Nationale region of Quebec this year to further... Continue Reading
The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), wrote the CRTC last week to express “serious concerns regarding the actions” of Bell, Telus, and Rogers with regards to their recently released low-cost... Continue Reading
VANCOUVER and ST. LOUIS — Telus Agriculture, the ag-tech business unit launched by Telus in November 2020, and Rabobank, a global food and agriculture bank, today announced they have jointly... Continue Reading
Telus fastest mobile operator during the quarter SEATTLE — Shaw Communications and Rogers Communications were the fastest fixed broadband providers in Canada in the second quarter of 2021, according to... Continue Reading
By Amanda Oye
LARGE INTERNET SERVICE providers have been the recipients of the vast amount of funding from the Universal Broadband Fund that had been allocated as of June 30th, 2021.
Jay Thomson, CEO of the Canadian Communication Systems Alliance (CCSA), compiled publicly available data, which shows Videotron, Cogeco, Bell, Telus and Rogers have been the major winners of UBF funding (see chart below).
The data takes into account two sets of funding. The first is funding from the UBF’s Rapid Response stream and the second is from the Canada-Quebec Operation High-Speed project, which received half of its $826.3-million funding from…
VICTORIA — Telus Health announced today it is expanding its mobile Health for Good program by partnering with Victoria Cool Aid Society to deliver services through one of its mobile... Continue Reading
CityWest, meanwhile, seeks to be its own last-mile provider By Ahmad Hathout Shaw Communications wants to, in some capacity, get involved in British Columbia’s $45.4-million Connected Coast fibre project, according... Continue Reading
RED DEER, LETHBRIDGE and OKOTOKS, Alta. — As part of its $14.5 billion investment in infrastructure and operations across Alberta through 2024, Telus today announced it is investing $16.6 million... Continue Reading