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Day stands down from Telus board after racism comments

People | 06/03/2020 6:14 pm EDT

Telus Corp. announced Wednesday that it has accepted the resignation of former federal Conservative MP Stockwell Day from its board of directors, following his appearance on a CBC/Radio-Canada television show. 

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