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The company expressed concerns over content on the site, saying it identified employees crossing picket lines and encouraged disruptive behaviour, The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association issued an official objection to the unilateral blocking on July 26, stating "TELUS is leveraging its power as a telecommunications service provider to censor a specific group, shut down debate and limit the messages conveyed about the current labour dispute".

An Alberta court injunction ordered the blocked website, Voices For Change, to remove postings of "TELUS employee photos" and other "intimidating or threatening material".

The TWU had previously been the union representing BCTel employees - it replaced the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) in Alberta.

TELUS's wireless division, TELUS Mobility, offers HSPA , and LTE-based mobile phone networks.

TELUS is the incumbent local exchange carrier in British Columbia and Alberta.

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 February 2013, TELUS exchanged all non-voting shares into common shares on a one-for-one basis.

For the Christmas season in 2005, an ad campaign was launched involving a hippopotamus named Hazina from the Greater Vancouver Zoo, accompanied by the song "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas".In 1997, Groupe Québec Tel was established to own Québec Téléphone.Following the merger of BCTel with TELUS of Alberta, GTE sold its interests in Québec Téléphone to TELUS in August 2000, which renamed it TELUS Québec on April 2, 2001.In 1966, the Anglo-Canadian Telephone Company, a subsidiary of General Telephone and Electronics of Stamford, Connecticut (later GTE), became a majority shareholder in Québec Téléphone.Anglo-Canadian also owned BCTel, and GTE (later merged into Verizon) also owned services in Barbados, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago.After TELUS made its final offer to the TWU it informed the union of its intention to bring an end to the dispute by unilaterally implementing its April 2005 offer to employees in Alberta and British Columbia.

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