"Bell Let's Talk supports community-based mental health programs across Canada and we've seen first-hand how Ontario Shores helps children and young people get well," said Mary Deacon, Chair of Bell Let's Talk. "By providing Ontario Shores with funds to establish the new residential treatment facility, the Ontario government is making mental health treatment more available for youth and families from across the province. We applaud Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Deb Matthews for helping to address this need."
It's the first day of Clara's Big Ride for Bell Let's Talk, an unprecedented 110-day journey to build a Canada free of the stigma around mental illness. Clara will visit communities big and small in every province and territory to grow the mental health conversation before concluding her epic Ride on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Canada Day, July 1.
It’s that time of year again, friends. It’s been a few months since the last iPhone was released, which means everyone is trying to figure out what the next iPhone will look like.
MONTREAL, Feb. 19, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell today announced that it has secured the right to acquire significant 700 MHz spectrum assets in every provincial and territorial market in Industry Canada's competitive spectrum auction. Bell will acquire 31 licences for $566 million for 480M MHz-POP of nationwide 700 MHz spectrum, in line with financial community expectations, bringing Bell's total holdings across various spectrum bands to more than 4,200M MHz-POP nationally. Bell will fund its spectrum licensing payments to the federal government from available sources of cash.
SAINT JOHN, NB, Feb. 11, 2014 /CNW/ - Bell Aliant and the Province of New Brunswick announced today that a new world-class data centre will be built in Saint John, N.B. Bell Aliant will build the $25-million facility, offering data centre capacity to meet current and future needs of New Brunswick's robust ICT (Information and Communications Technology) sector.
The Province of New Brunswick will contribute $5 million to the project. New Brunswick Premier David Alward joined Karen Sheriff, Bell Aliant president and chief executive officer for the announcement in Saint John.
Popular sun destination joins growing list of countries where Bell has reduced roaming costs thanks to ongoing negotiations with international telecom suppliers
Bell announced significant decreases in its mobile roaming prices for consumers travelling to Cuba, including reductions in the cost of data, voice and text roaming.
Bell Canada says it has plans to bring its Fibe television service to even more communities, after parent company BCE Inc. posted financial results suggesting it made gains on rivals such as Rogers Communications Inc. in the final quarter of last year.
The Montreal-based telecommunications giant, which ended last year with 479,430 Fibe TV subscribers, wants to broaden its network footprint beyond the 4.3 million households it can currently reach.