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RELEASE ADVISORY FROM TELUS COMMUNICATIONS

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TELUS RELEASE ADVISORY #: 282487

COMMUNITY:  Lomond & Milo, Alberta

START TIME (YYYY-MM-DD / 24 Hour Clock):  2014-07-31  / 23:00 MT 
END TIME (YYYY-MM-DD / 24 Hour Clock):  2014-08-01  / 06:00 MT 
ESTIMATED OUTAGE:  8 Hours

REASON FOR RELEASE: Please be advised, that TELUS Communications will be upgrading telecom equipment in the Lomond & Milo, Alberta

area. It will be necessary to temporarily interrupt service to all residential and business telephones beginning with an area code of (403) and local exchange # 599 & 792 which will allow us to complete the required work. Every effort will be taken to minimize this service interruption and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

IMPACT DETAILS:

-       Local calling within the area of the isolation will be unavailable.

-       Inbound and outbound local calling to and from the area of the isolation will be unavailable.

-       Inbound and outbound long distance calling to and from the area of the isolation  will be unavailable.

-       Dialing 911 (Emergency service) from a landline within the area of the isolation  will be unavailable

-       Dialing the local exchange 10 digit # for Emergency services from a landline  will be unavailable.

-       Dialing from a landline to a cellular and dialing from a cellular to landline will be unavailable.

-       TELUS Mobility cellular-to-cellular calling within the area of the isolation will be unavailable.

-       TELUS Mobility cellular-to-cellular calling to and from the area of the isolation will be unavailable.

-       Dialing “E-911” from a TELUS Mobility cellular within the area of the isolation will be unavailable .

-       Dialing the local exchange 10 digit # for emergency services from a TELUS Mobility cellular will be unavailable.

-       There may be some local exchange numbers, including emergency numbers that are call forwarded to another exchange and those numbers may not be available.

Customers requiring further details on this advisory are asked to please email TELUS National Change Management at Releases@TELUS.com. Every effort will be made to respond to your request in a timely manner. TELUS National Change Management - 1-800-516-3777 / 07:00-16:00 MT / Monday - Friday.

Les clients qui désirent recevoir cet avis en français doivent en faire la demande en répondant à ce courriel à Regar@TELUS.COM ou en communicant au 1-866-507-3427. Nous sommes disponibles du lundi au vendredi, de 08:15 à 16:45 heure de l'est pour répondre à toutes questions concernant cet avis.  Votre demande sera répondue dans les plus brefs délais.

If a problem with your service(s) is found upon completion of this work activity, please report it to the TELUS Trouble Reporting Centre at 1-800-706-1745 and quote the TELUS RELEASE ADVISORY #. 

The above information defines the specifics of both TELUS wireline and TELUS wireless service disruptions.  It is imperative that local governments responsible for the safety of their residents ensure that this communication reaches all appropriate emergency service providers and that these emergency service providers have established contingency plans and communicated them to the serving 9-1-1 Centre(s).

Neither the whole nor any part of this work may be copied, scanned, reproduced, or transmitted, in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of TELUS Corporation. The information contained herein is the confidential information of TELUS Corporation. No disclosure or use of any portion of this confidential information shall be made without the prior written authorization of TELUS Corporation.

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NOTICE:    Environmental Public Heath of Alberta Health Services has issued a Blue Green Algae Advisory for Twin Valley Reservoir.
http://www.newstalk770.com/2014/07/11/more-algae-warnings-in-southern-alberta/

 

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2014 Tax Notices

Your 2014 Tax Notices were mailed on June 30th, 2014.  A new option that we have added to our website is an 'Understanding your Tax Notice' section, in which we provide an example Tax Notice with explanations for each section.  To view this example and other information relating to taxation please see our Taxation FAQ page.

If you did not receive your Tax Notice, or if you have any further questions please contact the Administration Office at 403-485-2241

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