As of October 22, 2018, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) are taking part in a rotating strike.
This rotating strike targets a few specific locations at a time before moving on to other locations.
During that time, Canada Post services won’t be available in the affected area. However, Canada Post will continue to accept, process and deliver mail and parcels in all other areas.
The current locations targeted by the strike as ofNovember 26, 2018are:
Fraser Valley West (BC)
Royal City (BC)
We’ll continue to send paper bills during the rotating strike. We will also continue to complete other requests that we send through Canada Post, such as refund cheques or bill reprints. However, we want to let you know that the labour disruption may affect our delivery timelines.
We’ll try to provide updates each time the strike impacts a new area.
If you would like more information about the rotating strike, please refer them to the CUPW’s website, cupw.ca.
The online world is constantly evolving. With every new platform, app or social media site, the possibilities for a rich, connected experience grow. But there are online risks, too.
At Rogers, we encourage our customers to always be aware of cyber safety. Whether it is phishing, attempted identity theft, or other threats, we take cyber security very seriously and want to help protect our customers.
The good news is that by taking a few small security steps, customers can enjoy all the internet has to offer, while staying cyber safe!
Remember, Rogers will never ask you to send us your personal or account information via email or text message. You can forward suspicious emails to firstname.lastname@example.org and suspicious texts to 7726 (SPAM).
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As you might know, there is a labour disruption at Canada Post. This means that delivery of your paper bill could be delayed or interrupted. Also, if you normally mail in your payments you could be affected.
This rotating strike target a few specific locations at a time for a period of 24 hours before moving on to other locations. During that time, Canada Post services won’t be available in the affected area. However, Canada Post will continue to accept, process and deliver mail and parcels in all other areas.
The current locations targeted by the strike as ofNovember 8, 2018are:
Annapolis Valley (NS)
Côte Nord (QC)
New Glasgow (NS)
Parry Sound (ON)
Port Hawkesbury (NS)
Thetford Mines (QC)
Williams Lake (BC)
To help make sure you can get your bill, consider switching from paper to online billing. With online billing, you’ll receive an email notification as soon as your bill is ready. Then, just sign in to MyRogers to view, download and print a PDF version of your bill.
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Rogers announced improved wireless service in three neighbourhoods in the nation’s capital: Manotick Main Street and O’Grady, McKeown and Coker, andOrleans Village. Now, Rogers and Fido customers in these areas will have a faster, more reliable and consistent wireless experience than ever before.
“Our customers want high quality wireless access wherever they are, whether it’s working on the go, staying connected while running errands aroundGreely, or even just using their device in their own backyard inOrleans,” saidArnold Abramowitz, Vice-President, Wireless Access Networks at Rogers Communications. “We are on the brink of the next generation of network technology, so these wireless enhancements not only connect customers inOttawato the moments that matter most in their lives today, but they also prepare our network for tomorrow.”
With this network investment, Rogers and Fido customers inOttawawill be able to connect to more of the things they love, whether that means streaming their favourite videos, downloading work documents, posting on social media or even just chatting with friends. This investment also improves the wireless experience for our business customers, like those in the automotive and construction sectors inGreely. Today’s announcement is one of several recent Rogers wireless investments inOntarioincludingBrampton,Port Dover,Sarnia andCambridge.
Rogers is currently working on a multi-year program to bring 5G to Canadians and to drive Canada’s economic growth. Recently, Rogers announced plans to launch a nationalLTE-M networkto enable the next era of IoT solutions inCanada, as well as a5G research partnership withUniversity of British Columbia, and anational infrastructure agreement with Ericsson. Earlier this year Rogers completed live 5G testing at Rogers Centre and is currently testing 5G global standards. Rogers continues to upgrade its 4.5G network with the latest 5G-ready technology to be ready for 5G commercial deployment in 2020.
Starting today, November 1, 2018, TMN/HBO has changed to Crave + Movies + HBO. What does this mean? It means users can now gain access to an additional 10K hours of additional on demand content. Users get access to first-run Hollywood movies, current and past seasons of must-see HBO and Showtime series, ground-breaking Crave Originals and more. You can watch live and On Demand content through your digital box, or by streaming online through Rogers Anyplace TV, the Ignite TV app or the Crave website and the Crave app.
Current TMN/HBO subscribers now gain access to Crave at no extra cost. Access to the app is free with a subscription to one of the Crave packages and with an active MyRogers profile.
To learn more about this new exciting change and product pricing, check out the Crave site!