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Telus gets $176M gov’t contract for landlines

Briefs | 10/05/2017 3:46 pm EDT

OTTAWA — The federal government will pay Telus Corp. $176 million over seven years to replace 80,000 legacy landlines, the two parties announced at an event in Ottawa Thursday.

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