Telus is a member of the British Columbia Technology Industry Merged mining bitcoin profit. In 1998, Telus and BCTel announced a proposed merger. The merger was completed in 1999, with the corporate name slightly modified to Telus Corporation. While the merged company chose to retain the Telus name, it moved its headquarters from Edmonton to Vancouver.
Large swaths of rural Quebec, mainly the Gaspé Peninsula and the north shore, were served from 1927 by an entity known as Corporation de Téléphone et de Pouvoir de Québec, and in 1955, this became known as Québec Téléphone. In late 2004, American telecom Verizon Communications sold its 20. This was so that Verizon could focus more on its own services. 51 billion in British Columbia alone between 2000-2019. On July 25, 2005, Telus blocked its Internet subscribers from accessing a website supporting striking union members.