April 20, 2014 12:35 PM ET


Company Overview of Bell ExpressVu Inc.

Company Overview

Bell ExpressVu Inc. operates as a general partner for Bell Expressvu Limited Partnership, which provides broadcasting and direct-to-home satellite television distribution services. The company is based in North York, Canada. Bell ExpressVu Inc. operates as a subsidiary of BCE, Inc.

100 Wynford Drive

Suite 300

North York, ON M3C 4B4




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Bell ExpressVu Inc. Key Developments

Bell ExpressVu Inc. Enters into First Collective Agreement with Communications Energy And Paperworkers Union Of Canada

Bell ExpressVu Inc. and Communications Energy And Paperworkers Union Of Canada entered into their first collective agreement and ending their work stoppage. The agreement was reached with assistance from the Labour Program's Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service provides dispute resolution and dispute prevention assistance to trade unions and employers under the jurisdiction of the Canada Labour Code.

The Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada Reaches Tentative Agreement with Bell TV

The Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada has reached a tentative agreement with Bell TV on behalf its 112 members who have been locked out since July 11th. Voting on the agreement will take place on October 25th and results will be made public when they become available. CEP Local 79M has been in negotiations with the company since April 2011, in an attempt to reach a first collective agreement. The workers on strike are responsible for the transmission of broadcast signals and the company's video on demand service.

Videotron Ltd. and TVA Group Inc. Lawsuits Against Bell ExpressVu Inc

Quebecor Media Inc. announced that Quebec Superior Court findings blaming Bell ExpressVu Inc. in judgments stemming from lawsuits brought on by Videotron Ltd. and TVA Group Inc. charging that Bell TV had failed to protect its satellite television distribution signal against piracy. In judgments in two connected cases Bell TV to pay close to a million dollars to Videotron and TVA Group after concluding that Bell TV committed a serious fault by not taking the appropriate measures at the opportune time to prevent the illegal decoding of its satellite television signals, even though it knew the extent of the piracy of its system and had the required technology at its disposal to end it.

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