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This Remembrance Day, we pay tribute to the Canadian Armed Forces members and all those who have served our country in war and peace.
Step into a wondrous world inspired by an imaginary Mexico. Watch LUZIA by Cirque du Soleil only on Fibe TV, channel 1.
What does a poppy mean to you? Please take a moment to watch a video that pays tribute to the Canadian Armed Forces members and all those who have served our country in war and peace.
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Common in living rooms and family rooms, this Athena telephone from 1979 was known for its contemporary style. Does it look familiar? #TBT
As part of Bell’s sponsorship with NBA Canada, we teamed up with NBA Cares to refurbish two courts in Vancouver and Calgary. Here’s what happened:
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Imagine if the phone at your desk looked like this! #TBT to this 1892 floor-standing telephone that many people used while sitting at their desks (freeing up space on the desk itself!).
Experience Cirque du Soleil’s LUZIA™ in HD or 4K. On demand, only on Fibe TV1, channel 1. [ Tv1.bell.ca Link ]

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The invention of the triode - an electron tube - made it possible for customers to speak across very long distances. Here’s a photo of the first one manufactured in Canada in 1922. #TBT
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to connect with the ones you love. Enjoy!
These large stuffed toys were sold to customers in the 1970s as a way to promote long distance calls. Do you remember them? #TBT
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#TBT to 1919 when this adding machine was used by employees in Brantford, Ontario. It is 10 x 28 x 50 cm, and weighs over 10 kg – compare that to the calculators accessible on our mobile phones today!
Fun Fact: This early 1900s telephone booth had double-panelled walls to ensure privacy. #TBT
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Look familiar? This is the standard wall telephone used between 1956 and early 80s. Super popular in the kitchen! #TBT