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Quebec union wants more Telus jobs at home

Briefs | 06/24/2021 5:17 pm EDT

A workers’ union in Quebec claims Telus Corp. has broken a “moral contract” with the people of the province by opting to hire more outside of Canada, rather than at home. 

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