A Quebec-based telecommunications infrastructure builder is continuing its cross-Canada expansion by buying the second division of a struggling competitor in five months. Group Telecon of Trois-Riveres said Wednesday it has bought the engineering
Telus Corp. today announced a surprise leadership shakeup with the replacement of CEO Darren Entwistle by Joe Natalie, the Vancouver-based telecommunications company’s chief commercial officer. Entwistle, who joined Telus in 2000, will remain
Telus is strengthening its security offerings by buying a Quebec City-based risk management consulting firm it has been a partner with for many years. The telecommunications company said this morning it will acquire Enode in a
A Canadian privacy and security group isn't impressed with the answers it got from Canadian Internet service providers about their policies on disclosing information about subscribers to government agencies. "They're not quite as
Telus Corp. is determined to be the leading telecom carrier in offering health-related applications and services. The Buraby, B.C. company showed it again by announcing Monday its Telus Heath division has bought a Kelowna,
What do startups Wind Mobile, Mobilicity, Public Mobile and giant Telus Corp. have in common? Besides selling wireless, all have pulled out of their industry lobby group, The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA).
Every day Canadians are bombarded with marketing from the country’s three biggest wireless carriers about their fast and extensive LTE networks. Which begs the question which of BCE Inc.’s Bell Mobility, Rogers Communications