Bell Canada is a telecommunications company providing wireless, Internet, TV, smart home, and business services over LTE and fiber networks. It offers standard voice service, wireless, broadband communications, and connectivity solutions, including data hosting and cloud computing, satellite television, hosted and professional services, and network equipment.

Employee Rating

3.8
TypeSubsidiary
HQMontreal, CA
Founded1880
Websitebell.ca
Cybersecurity ratingFMore
Bell Canada was founded in 1880 and is headquartered in Montreal, CA

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Key People/Management at Bell Canada

Mirko Bibic

Mirko Bibic

President and Chief Executive Officer
Karine Moses

Karine Moses

President, Bell Media Québec
Nauby Jacob

Nauby Jacob

Senior Vice President, Products and Services
Dee Ann Lama

Dee Ann Lama

Vice President, Sales, Central and Western Canada
Siobhán Cox

Siobhán Cox

Vice President, Marketing
Nancy Tichbon

Nancy Tichbon

Vice President, Sales, Bell Mobility and Bell Residential
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Bell Canada Office Locations

Bell Canada has offices in Montreal and Ottawa
Montreal, CA (HQ)
4 Building A 1 Carrefour Alexander Graham Bell, Verdun
Ottawa, CA
160 Elgin St 19th floor
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Bell Canada Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1880

Bell Canada Operating Metrics

May, 2018May, 2020

Patents and Patent Applications

51

Population Coverage (LTE)

32 m34 m

Trademarks and Trademark Applications

58

Wi-Fi Hotspots

4 k
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Bell Canada Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

F

43/100

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Bell Canada Online and Social Media Presence

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Bell Canada Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C+

    73/100

  • CEO Rating

    A

    83/100

  • Compensation

    B

    78/100

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Bell Canada News and Updates

Bell Canada picks Ericsson as 5G supplier amid Huawei uncertainty

Canadian telecom services provider Bell Canada said on Tuesday it has chosen Sweden's Ericsson to be its 5G network equipment supplier, at a time when Huawei faces an uncertain future in the country.

Bell Canada announces redemption price for Series M-37 debentures due June 2020

MONTRÉAL, May 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - Bell Canada announced on May 14, 2019 that it would redeem effective on May 24, 2019 (the "Redemption Date"), prior to maturity, all of its outstanding $400 million principal amount of 3.54% Debentures, Series M-37, due June 12, 2020 (the "Series M-37 ...

Bell Canada to redeem Series M-27 and Series M-37 debentures due June 2020

MONTRÉAL, May 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - Bell Canada (Bell) (TSX: BCE) (NYSE: BCE) today announced it will redeem, on June 13, 2019, prior to maturity, all of its outstanding $1 billion principal amount of 3.25% Debentures, Series M-27, due June 17, 2020 (the "Series M-27 Debentures"). The...

Radio Market will touch a new level in upcoming year – Key Players involved in the research like Bell Canada Enterprises, Communicorp Media, Cumulus Media, Entercom Sirius XM

“Radio is the technology of using radio waves to carry information, such as sound, by systematically modulating properties of electromagnetic energy waves transmitted through space, such as their amplitude, frequency, phase, or pulse width. The Radio market is expected to grow worth of USD +11 Billi…

Bell Canada to redeem Series 8 medium term notes due

MONTRÉAL, Sept. 14, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell Canada (Bell) today announced it will redeem on October 15, 2018, prior to maturity, all of its outstanding $200 million principal amount of 5.625% Medium Term Notes, Series 8, due December 16, 2019 (the Series 8 Notes).read more

Bell Canada to redeem Series 8 medium term notes due December 16, 2019

MONTRÉAL, Sept. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Bell Canada (Bell) today announced it will redeem on October 15, 2018, prior to maturity, all of its outstanding $200 million principal amount of 5.625% Medium Term Notes, Series 8, due December 16, 2019 (the Series 8 Notes). The Series 8 Notes will ...
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Bell Canada Blogs

Connecting culture and wellness in Eskasoni First Nation

June 21, 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day. For Indigenous communities, mental health and wellness is closely connected to culture and tradition. The ACCESS Open Minds youth hub in Eskasoni First Nation, a Mi’kmaq community in...

CMHA coaches helping Canadians bounce back to reclaim their mental health

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Bell Let’s Talk announced donations totaling $5 million to five Canadian organizations on the frontlines of providing care and supports to youth and families. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) received a $1 million donation...

Dr. David Goldbloom: improving mental health for everyone

To mark the 70th annual Mental Health Week in Canada, which runs from May 3 to 9, 2021, we connected with Dr. David Goldbloom to talk about mental health and his new book, We Can Do Better. Dr. Goldbloom is...

Talking to experts about the mental health impacts of racial discrimination

March 21 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This day engages us all through #FightRacism, which aims to foster a global culture of tolerance, equality and anti-discrimination and calls on each one of us to stand...

Supporting women’s mental health in the Northwest Territories

The Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund is proud to support local organizations in communities from coast to coast to coast that are making a difference for women’s mental health. In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, we spoke...

Spotlight on the Black Professionals at Bell network

Bell’s ongoing support of Black History Month continues with events hosted by the Black Professionals at Bell (BPB) network, an employee resource group created to help make a work environment where everyone has the opportunity and support to achieve their...
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Bell Canada Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Bell Canada founded?

    Bell Canada was founded in 1880.

  • Who are Bell Canada key executives?

    Bell Canada's key executives are Mirko Bibic, Karine Moses and Nauby Jacob.

  • How many employees does Bell Canada have?

    Bell Canada has 34,617 employees.

  • Who are Bell Canada competitors?

    Competitors of Bell Canada include Cogeco, Shaw Communications and Telus.

  • Where is Bell Canada headquarters?

    Bell Canada headquarters is located at 4 Building A 1 Carrefour Alexander Graham Bell, Verdun, Montreal.

  • Where are Bell Canada offices?

    Bell Canada has offices in Montreal and Ottawa.

  • How many offices does Bell Canada have?

    Bell Canada has 2 offices.