Cable & Telecom

Telus concerned about losing telecom services agreement with B.C. government

The province is moving away from an old methodology on telecom procurement By Ahmad Hathout VANCOUVER – Telus Corp. CEO Darren Entwistle sent a seven-page letter to British Columbia premier John Horgan in March expressing concern the province’s move toward a price-focused approach to the purchase of telecommunications services would jeopardize the company’s future investments in the province and possibly force the company to move its headquarters out of Vancouver. Telus is currently on a 12-year, $1.6-billion “strategic” deal – signed in 2011 and expiring next July – that sees it provide telecommunications services to the provincial government, with stipulations...

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.