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Telus expands Tech for Good programme for Canadians with disabilities

Tuesday 1 June 2021 | 09:01 CET | News
Telus has expanded its Tech for Good programme in partnership with March of Dimes Canada, in support of National AccessAbility Week. First launched in Alberta and British Columbia in 2018, this national expansion will support more Canadians with disabilities who require professional assistance to independently use or control their mobile device.

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Companies: Telus
Countries: Canada
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