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Telus switches advertising agencies: report

Briefs | 06/27/2014 5:20 pm EDT

Telus Corp. has ended an 18-year relationship with Taxi, the advertising agency that created marketing campaigns featuring a variety of cute animals including monkeys to hippopotamuses, the Globe and Mail reported on Friday.

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