Cable & Telecom

Shaw urges Canadians to speak up against bullying with #PinkShirtPromise

CALGARY – Shaw Communications is thinking pink with a new campaign that aims to shut down bullying.The Calgary-based company has pledged to donate $1 to bullying prevention programs in Canada for every social media post using #PinkShirtPromise from now to Pink Shirt Day on February 22.Now in its third year, the #PinkShirtPromise campaign has seen thousands of Canadians make commitments to join the movement against bullying. This year, Shaw will be supporting the Canadian Red Cross program Beyond the Hurt which educates Canadian youth in grades 6-12 through training and certifying Youth Facilitators in schools and youth-serving organizations."The research is increasingly clear...

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.