Today, Telus announced that the company will invest $275 million in new infrastructure and facilities in Edmonton this year. The new funds will increase wireless capacity to meet growing demand and improve the reach, speed and capacity of TELUS’ high-speed Internet in the area, and boost business for Telus.

By the end of 2019, TELUS says they will have invested $46 billion in Alberta since the year 2000. It’s all part of an increase in spending that Telus is doing across Canada, with additional money already promised to Ottawa, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Vancouver and Calgary.

In addition, the TELUS Health team is leveraging technology innovation to deliver better health outcomes for Albertans as the province's leading provider of electronic medical records for physicians and as a partner of the Alberta government in introducing online personal health records.

Telus is Canada’s fastest-growing national telecommunications company, with $12.5 billion of annual revenue and 12.5 million customer connections, including 8.5 million wireless subscribers, 1.5 million residential network access lines, 1.6 million high-speed Internet subscribers and 1.0 million TELUS TV customers.

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