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CRTC sides with Bell, Telus proposals to allow television cable subscribers to ...
Bell Media, the country's largest channel owner, said it will allow television distributors like Cogeco Cable Inc. and Telus Corp. to unbundle its channels and offer them individually following a regulatory ruling. It is a risky gambit that could dent ...
Cyclical dividend stocks: More than tempting treats
Through most of the past few years, a tame, defensive brand of dividend stock has ruled. Telus, a telecom giant, has doubled in price over the past three years on a cumulative basis.
TELUS HTC Desire HD upgrade to ICS gets cancelled, cause is “due to poor ...
The good news is that TELUS has once again updated their OS update schedule. The unfortunate news is that one of the devices on the list to get upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich has been cancelled.
Calgary's Tervita looking to launch huge IPO
Tervita Corp., the big energy services firm once better known as CCS Income Trust, is looking to go public again. Despite rocky equity markets and a volatile oil price, Tervita hopes to launch a large initial public offering in the coming months ...
BC Booze among North America's Priciest
Bill Tieleman is a regular Tyee contributor who writes a column on B.C. politics every Tuesday in 24 Hours newspaper. E-mail him at weststar@telus.net or visit his blog or his wine blog. 48; Join · 30 Comments. image atom BC makes more revenue per ...
95 things you probably didn't know about Canadian business
The Hudson's Bay Co. remains the oldest continuously incorporated company in the world, having been founded in 1670. The owner and operator of The Bay stores across Canada was also once the world's largest landowner, holding vast swathes of ...
What's in a name? Edmonton doesn't have a clue
Bin Lau, spokesman for the seriously-named Edmonton Economic Development Corporation, gives a serious answer to the question of what's up with our names: “A lot of cities have challenges getting a name to stick,” he says, adding that a good name should ...
What's Missing in BC's Trades Training
Last year there were 3,379 in-school youth apprentices registered with the Industry Training Authority (ITA), the province's Crown Corporation responsible for the funding and monitoring of trades training in British Columbia. That's significant in a ...
CounterAttack roadblocks are back on streets
Every year, around 36 people are killed in the Lower Mainland in impaired-related crashes. In Langley alone, on average, four people are killed in drunk driving related crashes each year.
WIND Mobile closes community forums, moves conversation to Facebook and Twitter
Before WIND Mobile launched their wireless service parent-company Globalive opened the “Wireless Soapbox.” This was a forum where ... Wind is a Business after all, just like Bell, Telus, Rogers, and the rest of the gang. They need money to stay aflot.