While the oil industry in Alberta is in flux, Telus is coming through and investing an impressive $4.2 billion into the province. As part of its capital expenditure for 2015, Telus will service those living or residing in Alberta with faster wireless, better health initiatives, and an improved Internet of Things (IoT) strategy.
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The $350-million, 59-storey Telus Sky tower in the heart of downtown Calgary is set to break ground this summer.
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Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B) says its will open a new data centre in Calgary in January and expand its Edmonton data centre to tap a “significant growth opportunity” in Western Canada.
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Calgary’s next major convention centre expansion was touted 4 1/2 years ago to triple the facility’s floor space by late 2013.
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CALGARY — Telus is set to announce Thursday what it calls “an exciting new development” in Calgary.
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Although it will only eat up 13.69 square metres of space in the City of Spruce Grove, a proposal for a new TELUS telecommunications tower was sent back to city administration for review at the council meeting on June 10.
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A $3 million investment in new infrastructure and facilities in Sylvan Lake will allow Telus to offer “even more access to faster internet, the world’s most advanced wireless technology, and our Internet-based television service, Optik TV,” according to Fred Weinheimer, general manager, Telus customer solutions delivery.
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More people in the Calgary area will be connected to advanced communications, says Telus in announcing a $125-million investment for new infrastructure and facilities.
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EDMONTON – Telus is spending $103 million in the Edmonton region this year on building out its infrastructure, including wireless sites and fibre-optic cable connections, the telecom company said Monday.
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Calgary continues to miss out on millions from lucrative professional gatherings due to limited convention space, prompting one alderman to look across the pond for innovative answers.
The Telus Convention Centre embarked on ambitious expansion plans to triple its size in 2009, seeking an ideal downtown location for what was at the time a $300 million facility aimed at attracting the largest gatherings in North America.
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