Bell Canada tried to offer service while under no dig order

By Turtle Island News Bell Canada learned it fumbled when it sent door-to-door sales representatives to Six Nations recently while the company had outstanding no dig orders and a cancelled agreement. The company learned it still had outstanding orders after attending a Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) meeting February 28th. Melanie Pilon, Bell Canada’s Senior Manager, Indigenous Relations told SNEC she’s looking to have a no dig order, which was implemented in 2017, lifted so Bell can offer better services on the territory. Pilon said she’s new in the role, for about a year, and has been working with Six Nations Consultation and Accommodations Process CAP Team to renegotiate Bell’s service agreement that ended in 1999. The telecom company’s agreement with Six Nations to allow the company to maintain phone lines…

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