Telus Corp. extended its fourth-generation LTE mobile wireless services to Woodstock, Ont., the company said Wednesday. In a release, Telus said more customers in southwestern Ontario would have the faster download speeds following the launch of 4G LTE in the regions of Windsor, Leamington and Brantford. The company said its 4G LTE service now covers 70 per cent of the Canadian population. The company has invested $30 billion in its wireless networks since 2010, the release said. On Tuesday, Telus said it turned on LTE services to Saint John, N.B.