Love from the West

We love connecting Western Canada, because when you’re homegrown, there’s nothing more rewarding than helping your home grow.

Dear Alberta,

You represent our roots, our heart, and our home. 
Born and raised here, we know being Albertan means looking out for each other as friends and neighbours.
In our 100+ years together, we’ve invested $60 billion connecting you to what matters, given $230 million and volunteered 3.5 million hours. As the most giving company in the world, we believe that building stronger communities, takes a community.
We’ve looked out for each other, overcoming wildfires and floods with the compassion, grit, and entrepreneurial spirit that defines Albertans. 
We love connecting Alberta, because when you’re homegrown, there’s nothing more rewarding than helping your home grow.
You make us proud to call Western Canada home, and we look forward to celebrating our love for the West together.
Love from the West logo, with the slogan: From the West, for the West.

From the West, for the West

Across Alberta, we’re helping communities grow stronger and support their most vulnerable members.

$230 million

TELUS along with its team members and retirees in Alberta have given to charities and community organizations in Alberta, including 3.49 million volunteer hours.

$16 million+

contributed locally to helping youth foster a spirit of learning and discovery through our partnerships with TELUS World of Science® Edmonton and TELUS Spark® in Calgary in 2005.

$5 million

committed this year in wildfire
emergency support
for Alberta through local fire relief efforts, mental health support, emergency care, and providing food and supplies to affected areas.
Landscape view of the water and mountains off the shores of Moraine Lake in Alberta.

Connecting Canadians in need

Internet for Good® offers subsidized high‑speed internet to qualified low‑income families and seniors, youth aging out of care and people living with disabilities.
Two seniors viewing a laptop. The person on the left is seated, while the person on the right is leaning over their shoulder.