Bell Canada

Bell Canada

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Connecting Canadians with broadband innovation

Canada’s largest communications company, BCE leads the industry in providing advanced broadband communications networks and services to consumers and business customers across the country.

Through the Bell brand and other respected Canadian names, BCE offers residential communications and small business services, including Fibe TV and Fibe Internet, Connected Home services and home phone in 7 provinces and satellite TV nationally; wireless services across the country with Bell LTE Advanced, Canada’s Best National Mobile Network; and the leading business communications services in Canada, including the largest network of data hosting and cloud centres. BCE also operates the most extensive network of communications retail outlets in the country, including national consumer electronics retailer The Source.

BCE is expanding Canada’s broadband fibre and wireless network infrastructure with annual capital investments of approximately $4 billion. By the end of 2018, Bell increased its all-fibre connections to approximately 4.6 million homes and commercial locations in Atlantic Canada, Québec, Ontario and Manitoba, and LTE Advanced wireless coverage surpassed 91% of the Canadian population.

Bell Media is Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio, out of home and digital media, including #1 television network CTV; the most-watched specialty channels, including top sports network TSN; and Canada’s premium streaming service, the all-new Crave. Bell Media also joined forces with Groupe CH, ICM Partners and Howie Mandel to acquire comedy powerhouse Just For Laughs, and acquired a majority stake in Pinewood Toronto Studios, the largest purpose-built production studio in Canada.

BCE is a significant investor in Canada’s iconic sports and entertainment institutions, including Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment and the Montreal Canadiens.

Bell Let’s Talk is the largest-ever corporate initiative supporting Canadian mental health. Bell Let’s Talk promotes awareness and fights the stigma around mental illness through campaigns like the annual Bell Let’s Talk Day, and provides significant funding for care and access programs, research and workplace mental health initiatives.