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Telus to invest $2.8B in B.C. over 3 years

Briefs | 05/05/2014 2:27 pm EDT

Telus Corp. said Monday it will invest $2.8 billion in infrastructure in British Columbia, much of it designed to improve Internet and wireless coverage across the province, between now and 2016.

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