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Adding fibre (optic) to your diet: Edmonton residents given taste of the future

A mobile 560-square-foot show home, the size of a small condo, plunked in the parking lot of the Telus World of Science isn’t meant to sell homes, but display the technology that could soon fill and run them. 620 more words

Local Business

How to become a TFSA millionaire starting with these two stocks

Even though a million bucks isn’t worth what it used to be, it’s still a pretty sizable nest egg.

For most retirees, having $1 million in a TFSA is a pretty ideal solution. 702 more words

Global Investor

Telus Corp CEO Darren Entwistle back in the saddle for the 'long term'

VANCOUVER — Joseph Natale’s departure from the corner office at Telus Corp. seemed sudden and swift. He presided over the telco’s Aug. 7 earnings call, gazing ahead to Christmas. 1,688 more words

FP Tech Desk

As Telus unveils Vancouver headquarters, Darren Entwistle steps back into CEO role

When Darren Entwistle presided over the official opening of Telus Garden headquarters in downtown Vancouver Thursday, it sure sounded like he was here to stay. 445 more words

FP Tech Desk

Big Three Canadian carriers snub Apple Inc's new monthly instalment plan

A week after Apple Inc. unveiled a program to allow customers of its retail stores in the United States to finance unlocked models of its two newest iPhones and upgrade annually, top executives at Canada’s three largest carriers dismissed the plan in chorus, reiterating that the subsidy model they have in place works just fine. 695 more words

FP Tech Desk

For telco stocks, it's all about fibre, all the way to the home

As telcos such as BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. spend billions in their race to wire pricey fibre cables all the way to homes and businesses across Canada, their investors are witnessing a build-out of what could be the last of the so-called “leap-frog technologies” left in the telecom sector and it will have a substantial impact on stock prices and financial performance over the next decade or so, says a detailed new RBC Capital Markets report. 291 more words

Trading Desk

Collection agency has to pay up for harassment

A woman harassed for a decade by collection agencies for expenses incurred by an impostor has been awarded $7,000 in a Montreal court.

Michèle Dupoux’s nightmare began in 2003, when someone opened an account in her name with Telus Communications and ran up a tab of $559 that was never paid. 311 more words