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Telus launches Indigenous reconciliation plan amid goals for connectivity

Briefs | 11/29/2021 2:31 pm EST
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Telus Corp. Monday unveiled a program to connect Indigenous communities to its network, in which the company sets out a five-year timeline of goals to be achieved.

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