Telus Corp. will invest $7 million to “expand and enhance” its wireless network in Manitoba, the company said Thursday. In a release, Telus said the money will be dedicated to making improvements to its HSPA+ network in the province and that it “builds on more than $700 million the company has invested in technology and operations in Manitoba since 2000.” Telus spokesman Chris Gerritsen said in a phone interview that some of the money will be used to build new cell sites and to expand coverage to new areas of the province. “Specifically, a number of sites will cover Brandon, Highway 1 from Brandon to Portage La Prairie, and also sites in and around Winnipeg as well,” Gerritsen said. He said Telus will roll out LTE services in Manitoba but did not say when. The announcement Thursday was the latest in funding initiatives Telus has announced in recent weeks. The company said June 1 it will invest $650 million to expand the company’s fourth-generation LTE network in Ontario and said June 4 it will invest $850 million to upgrade networks in Quebec.