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
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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
Darren Entwistle is taking back the corner office at Telus Corp., the country’s second-largest carrier.
The Vancouver-based company said Monday that Entwistle, 52, who served as chief executive officer and president for 14 years until relinquishing the job last May to become executive chairman, will replace the man who succeeded him, Joe Natale, 51, effective immediately and on a long-term basis. 465 more words
The University of Calgary has decided to activate a cell tower that was relocated near a daycare last month, despite objections from parents about the potential health effects of radiation. 870 more words
MONTREAL — Telus Corp. has agreed to sell the Blacks.ca website and related app business to a Montreal-based company that sells photo prints, calendars, posters and similar products. 121 more words