Bell Solutions techniques inc.

Bell Solutions techniques inc.

Boucherville, QC

http://www.bellsolutionstech.ca

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Bell Technical Solutions (BTS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bell Canada that specializes in the installation of Bell services, including Home Phone, Internet and Fibe TV. BTS operates in the residential and business sectors throughout Québec and Ontario. With more than 6000 employees, BTS has experienced strong growth since its foundation in 1996 and continues to distinguish itself from the competition through highly skilled labour and an unwavering commitment to providing the best possible customer experience.

Why choose us

To ensure that we continue to be recognized as Canada’s leading Communications Company, Bell Technical Solutions is committed to finding and developing the next generation of leaders. Our goal is to provide a work place designed to engage employees and help them build successful careers with Bell Technical Solutions.


Career management

BTS offers a variety of performance and development opportunities.

  • Education Assistance Program
  • Leadership Development
  • Online courses and training
  • Industry leading technology training

Community involvement

Bell Mental Health Initiative  – Bell has committed over $100 million to support a wide range of mental health organizations, large and small, from coast to coast to coast. Bell Let’s Talk is a multi-year charitable program dedicated to mental health. Built on the 4 action pillars of anti-stigma, care and access, research and workplace leadership, Bell Let’s Talk has partnered with more than 600 organizations to move Canada’s mental health forward. Approximately 450,000 people have already received mental health support through a Bell Let’s Talk funded program – 240,000 of them children and youth – 6,000 staff and volunteers have received additional training, and 1,000 Canadian military families have received mental health support.