|Formerly||Bell Canada Enterprises Inc. (1983–1988)|
S&P/TSX 60 component
|Headquarters||Verdun, Quebec, Canada|
|Products||Fixed line and
|Revenue||CA$23.96 billion (FY19) CA$23.47 billion (FY18)|
|CA$7.96 billion (FY19) CA$7.38 billion (FY18)|
|CA$3.25 billion (FY19) CA$2.97 billion (FY18)|
|Total assets||CA$60.15 billion (FY19) CA$57.10 billion (FY18)|
Number of employees
Bell Technical Solutions
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (37.5%)
Virgin Mobile Canada
Bell Satellite TV
Bell Fibe TV
The Source (retailer)
Glentel Inc. (50%)
About Bell Canada
BCE Inc., formerly Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., is a publicly traded Canadian holding company with an estimated net worth of $45.07 billion, which includes telecommunications providers and various mass media assets under its subsidiary Bell Media Inc.
Founded through a corporate reorganization in 1983 when Bell Canada, Northern Telecom, and other related companies all became subsidiaries of Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., it is one of Canada’s largest corporations. The company is headquartered at 1 Carrefour Alexander-Graham-Bell in the Verdun borough of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
BCE Inc. is a component of the S&P/TSX 60 and is listed with the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: BCE Archived 2020-06-09 at the Wayback Machine) and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:BCE). It was ranked as Canada’s 17th largest corporation by revenue as of June 2014 and as the ninth-largest by capitalization as of June 2015.