TELUS congratulates the Honourable John P. Manley, P.C., O.C. on Institute of Corporate Directors Fellowship Award
TELUS proudly congratulates one of the longest-serving members of its Board of Directors, the Honourable John P. Manley, P.C., O.C., for receiving a 2021 Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) Fellowship Award. The ICD Fellowship Award recognizes excellence by corporate directors in Canada and honours individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Canadian enterprises and not-for-profit organizations through their governance leadership in the boardroom.
TELUS connects the communities of Chaudiere-Appalaches to TELUS PureFibre and 5G networks
Families and businesses will have direct access to PureFibre, using the fastest and most reliable Internet technology in the world
TELUS invests $2 million in the Mekinac and des Chenaux RCMs, expanding its PureFibre and 5G networks
Our investments provide families and businesses with direct access to PureFibre, using the fastest and most reliable Internet technology in the world
Civil Helicopter Market to Show Strong Growth | Leading players Leonardo, MD Helicopters, Korea Aerospace
The Global Civil Helicopter Market to witnessed good recovery in growth post first half of 2020 and is projected coverup market sizing during the forecast period (2021-2026). The assessment provides a 360� view and insights – outlining the key outcomes of the Civil Helicopter market, current scenario analysis that highlights slowdown aims to provide unique strategies and solutions following and benchmarking key players strategies. In addition, the study helps with competition insights of emerging players in understanding the companies more precisely to make better informed decisions. some of the key players that are part of coverage are Bell Helicopter Textron, AVIC Helicopter, Airbus, Leonardo, MD Helicopters, Korea Aerospace Industries, Hindustan Aeronautics, Enstrom Helicopter, Lockheed Martin, Russian Helicopters & Robinson Helicopter etc.
TELUS continues to maintain its decade-long leadership position with fewest CCTS complaints
The mid-year report from the Commission for Complaints about Telecom-Television Services (CCTS) demonstrates that while customer issues across the industry have increased by 6 per cent, complaints against TELUS have decreased by 7.5 per cent year over year. Further analysis completed by TD Securities to normalize CCTS complaints across major carriers identified that TELUS has the fewest complaints per thousand subscribers across all telecoms, at 0.8 complaints per thousand customers. TELUS has led the industry with the fewest complaints amongst national carriers for more than a decade, proudly differentiating ourselves from our peers on this important metric which demonstrates that we put our customers first and embrace their feedback to continually improve.
TELUS announces closing of C$1.3 billion equity offering
TELUS Corporation ("TELUS" or the "Company") (TSX-T, NYSE-TU) announced today the closing of its bought deal offering (the "Offering") of common shares (the "Common Shares") announced on March 25, 2021. The Company sold an aggregate of 51,300,000 Common Shares for total gross proceeds of C$1.3 billion. The Common Shares were offered through a syndicate of underwriters led by RBC Capital Markets and CIBC Capital Markets, together with BMO Capital Markets, Scotiabank and TD Securities Inc. as joint bookrunners.
TELUS announces debt offering
TELUS announced today an offering of $500 million of senior unsecured Series CAE notes with a 30-year maturity. The notes are offered through a syndicate of agents led by CIBC Capital Markets and RBC Capital Markets, and together with BMO Capital Markets and Scotiabank. Closing of the offering is expected to occur on or about April 5, 2021.
TELUS announces C$1.3 billion equity offering
Proceeds to be used to strategically bring forward transformational capital investments in broadband connectivity, including fibre and 5G, enhancing our industry-best customer experience, leading networks and competitive position
TELUS is helping to bridge digital and health divides for 3 million Canadians in need during the pandemic
In an effort to bridge digital and health divides, TELUS has been expanding its vast portfolio of Connecting for Good programs, which have long supported Canada's citizens in need. These programs leverage TELUS' world-leading technology to create meaningful change by ensuring equal access to technology. Now, nearly three million Canadians are now able to take advantage of TELUS' various Connecting for Good programs each year.
TELUS and the governments of Quebec and Canada accelerate the deployment of high speed Internet, boosting the economy in remote communities
Thanks to TELUS and the governments of Quebec and Canada, and their collective commitment to bridging the digital divide, thousands of households and businesses will have access to the TELUS PureFibre network in 2021 and 2022. The governments' $26 million in funding will ensure that 5,000 households are connected to high speed Internet, while TELUS' investment will serve 20,000 additional homes for a total of 25,000 premises in the Eastern Quebec area by the end of 2022. With this addition, the TELUS PureFibre network will connect 99 percent of households in the territory served by TELUS. This direct, ultra-high-speed connection for nearly all families is critical to boost the economy, improve access to virtual healthcare, and enhance the way Quebecers connect to information, resources and with each other, especially given the reality the global pandemic continues to impose.