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Previous Close41.90
Open41.73
Bid41.11 x 1000
Ask41.12 x 1300
Day's Range41.10 - 41.88
52 Week Range32.20 - 51.91
Volume623,778
Avg. Volume596,796
Market Cap20.99B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.27
PE Ratio (TTM)14.70
EPS (TTM)2.80
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.49 (3.55%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep 08, 2020
1y Target Est54.02
  • GlobeNewswire

    Orange t-shirt designed by Ojibwe artist now available through Rogers to help grow awareness of impact of residential schools

    Mark World Indigenous Peoples’ Day Sunday by purchasing commissioned t-shirt by Rogers, with proceeds from sales to help Orange Shirt Society expand Indigenous education across CanadaTORONTO, Aug. 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rogers Communications today launched a fundraising campaign to support the Orange Shirt Society, which aims to educate Canadians on the history and impact of our country’s residential school system and advocate for action on reconciliation. Starting today, ahead of World Indigenous Peoples’ Day this Sunday, a special orange t-shirt designed by Ojibwe artist Patrick Hunter will be showcased across Rogers-owned media assets including TSC (Today’s Shopping Choice) and available at tsc.ca/wewearorange, with proceeds from sales going to the organization’s ongoing efforts to expand Indigenous education across Canada. Commissioned by Rogers, the orange t-shirt designed by Hunter was unveiled in June in honour of National Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Now, as we step towards Orange Shirt Day on September 30, the shirt available to Canadians is a tribute to the lives affected and lost through the residential school system, which saw more than 150,000 Indigenous youth sent away from their parents beginning in the 19th century. The last school closed in 1996.  “In most of the Indigenous communities in Canada, receiving an eagle feather is an honour that comes after going above and beyond in service to your community or recognition of personal growth.” said Hunter. “I chose 11 feathers to honour the 4 directions because the residential school system stretched in every direction on Turtle Island, and the 7 Grandfather teachings (Love, Respect, Bravery, Truth, Honesty, Humility, and Wisdom), all arranged in the shape of a sunrise. Everyday is a gift. Every Child Matters is about honouring the victims of residential schools. Not just the people that survived the horrors and lived to talk about it, but also the thousands that were silenced forever. They are not forgotten and we can remember them each new day as the sun rises.”Canada’s history of the residential schools and the trauma it has left behind for generations of Indigenous Peoples across the country is still very much a reality. Survivors and their families continue their healing today, including author Phyllis Webstad who was sent to a residential school in 1973 when she was 6 years old. Her personal experience inspired Orange Shirt Day.“I remember going to Robinson’s store and picking out a shiny orange shirt. It had string laced up in front and was so bright and exciting. When I got to the Mission, they stripped me, and took away my clothes, including the orange shirt! I never wore it again. The colour orange has always reminded me of that and how my feelings didn’t matter, how no one cared and how I felt like I was worth nothing,” said Webstad, Executive Director of the Orange Shirt Society. “I have been on this healing journey since then. I finally get it, that the feeling of worthlessness and insignificance, ingrained in me from my first day at the mission, affected the way I lived my life for many years. Even now, when I know nothing could be further than the truth, I still sometimes feel that I don’t matter.”As we approach Orange Shirt Day on September 30 with stories of survivors top of mind, Rogers is committed to continuing to support Indigenous communities and employees across Canada as part of ongoing efforts to build a more inclusive future for all Canadians.“Orange Shirt Day is an opportunity for our team and all Canadians to come together to recognize this important part of our current history, and to share hope for the future. The steps we are taking now to support the Indigenous community, collaborating with Patrick Hunter and Orange Shirt Society, are part of our inclusion and diversity journey as an organization,” said Kim Barrington, Chair, Indigenous Peoples’ Network, Rogers Communications. “The more we can continue to tell stories and connect people to the history and culture of Indigenous Peoples, the further we will go on our path forward.”Canadians can support the Orange Shirt Society’s educational programming by purchasing a Rogers-commissioned t-shirt in time for Orange Shirt Day on September 30 through TSC at tsc.ca/wewearorange. For more on Inclusion and Diversity at Rogers, visit AboutRogers.com.About Rogers Rogers is a proud Canadian company dedicated to making more possible for Canadians each and every day. Our founder, Ted Rogers, purchased his first radio station, CHFI, in 1960. We have grown to become a leading technology and media company that strives to provide the very best in wireless, residential, sports, and media to Canadians and Canadian businesses. Our shares are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RCI). If you want to find out more about us, visit about.rogers.com.Media Contacts Rogers – media@rci.rogers.com 647-747-5118

  • Greater Vancouver, Central Okanagan Food Banks and Rogers Step Up to the Plate to help more than 63,000 British Columbians
    GlobeNewswire

    Greater Vancouver, Central Okanagan Food Banks and Rogers Step Up to the Plate to help more than 63,000 British Columbians

    Greater Vancouver, Central Okanagan Food Banks and Rogers Step Up to the Plate to help more than 63,000 British Columbians Rogers employees volunteered at the Greater Vancouver Food Bank as part of the Step Up to the Plate initiative with Food Banks Canada. Through food hampers provided to food banks across the province, the initiative will see more than 1.3 million meals for 63,000 British Columbians in need. British Columbia food hampers will provide more than 1.3 million local meals to support increased demand at food banks Rogers employees in B.C. volunteer to help organize, fill and distribute hampersVANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Stepping up to help address food insecurity facing many Canadian families, Rogers Communications’ Step Up to the Plate initiative with Food Banks Canada has arrived in British Columbia, delivering food hampers that will provide more than 1,343,000 meals for local food banks.  These hampers will help fill the plates of more than 63,000 British Columbians across the province.The Step Up to the Plate initiative started in June at Rogers Centre in Toronto, with Rogers employee volunteers and their families filling food hampers with non-perishable food items that provide an individual with a week’s worth of meals.  Now, trucks loaded with hampers and pallets of food are on the move, destined for communities across Canada, where an unprecedented 8 million meals will be provided to Canadians when the initiative is completed this summer. On arrival in B.C.,  local Rogers employee volunteers, including the mobile retail Pro On-the-Go team, are working with the Greater Vancouver Food Bank in Burnaby  and the Central Okanagan Food Bank in Kelowna to organize and continue stuffing thousands of food hampers for distribution to local food banks to help those who need it most.“British Columbians are part of our extended family at Rogers, and when our family needs help, it’s our responsibility to step up and pitch in, through food donations, volunteering, and more,” said Rick Sellers, President of B.C., Rogers Communications. “Rogers has a long legacy of supporting our communities and giving back. This is our 60th year as a company – certainly a year like no other – and we are here to roll up our sleeves and get to work so we can come through this together.”As the country begins to reopen, the economic impact of the pandemic continues to be significant, affecting food insecurity and demand at food banks.  According to Food Banks Canada, which supports over 3,000 food banks and community agencies from coast-to-coast-to-coast - many local food banks have been severely impacted by COVID-19, from decreased volunteers and donations to having to adapt their operations, making it more challenging to meet their clients’ needs.“The food hampers through Rogers’ Step Up to the Plate initiative have been a wonderful addition to our food distribution for our clients. With 20 non-perishable items and food for a week for an individual, we have been able to supplement the hampers with fresh food such as eggs, bananas, mushrooms, tomatoes and bread, which means our clients are taking home a very well balanced and generous supply of groceries for the week,” said David Long, CEO, Greater Vancouver Food Bank.  “Our staff and volunteers are loving the amount of food we are able to give to our clients as a result of this initiative, and we’re excited to have the Rogers team on site with us on August 6th.”“We are proud to partner with Rogers and are incredibly thankful for their support with their Step Up to the Plate initiative,” said Tammie Watson, Chief Development Officer for the Central Okanagan Food Bank. “These pre-made hampers are going to go a long way in helping us provide more meals to children, seniors and families struggling with hunger from the Columbia-Shuswap all the way through to the Okanagan and the Kootenay Boundaries, and for that we couldn’t be more grateful.”Step Up to the Plate is part of The 60th Project, a year-long initiative to mark Rogers 60th anniversary by giving back and building a stronger Canada – from donations of time, money and fundraising support, to investing in Canada and the networks that connect our customers from coast-to-coast-to coast. We are bringing this commitment to life by partnering with community organizations like Food Banks Canada, Women’s Shelters Canada, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Pflag; investing in a 100% Canadian-based Customer Service team and in our networks to help Canada’s economy thrive and grow; and connecting the next generation to education and the support they need to build a bright future. The 60th Project is about making hope possible, right here, in the Canadian communities we call home.And with Step Up to the Plate and other initiatives this year, our Rogers family – all 25,000 strong, including here in B.C. – will come together to give back an unprecedented 60,000 volunteer hours.  With action, we will stand together with those who need us most, to ensure that all Canadians have an opportunity to move forward to discover a new normal that is better than the one that came before.About Rogers Rogers is a proud Canadian company dedicated to making more possible for Canadians each and every day. Our founder, Ted Rogers, purchased his first radio station, CHFI, in 1960. We have grown to become a leading technology and media company that strives to provide the very best in wireless, residential, sports, and media to Canadians and Canadian businesses. Our shares are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RCI). If you want to find out more about us, visit https://about.rogers.com/.About Food Banks Canada Food Banks Canada provides national leadership to relieve hunger today and prevent hunger tomorrow in collaboration with the food bank network from coast-to-coast-to-coast. For 40 years, food banks have been dedicated to helping Canadians living with food insecurity.  Over 3,000 food banks and community agencies come together to serve our most vulnerable neighbours who – last year – made 1.1 million visits to these organizations in one month alone, according to our HungerCount report.  Over the past 10 years, as a system we’ve sourced and shared over 1.4 billion pounds of food and Food Banks Canada shared nearly $70 million in funding to help maximize collective impact and strengthen local capacity – while advocating for reducing the need for food banks.  Our vision is clear: create a Canada where no one goes hungry. Visit www.foodbankscanada.ca to learn more.For more information: Rogers, media@rci.rogers.com, 647-747-5118Greater Vancouver Food Bank, reception@foodbank.bc.ca, 604-876-3601Central Okanagan Food Bank, info@cofoodbank.com, 250-768-1559A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/a5dd3054-febc-4f4f-b26c-d03f24d9fa41

  • Winnipeg Harvest and Rogers Step Up to the Plate to help more than 18,000 Manitobans
    GlobeNewswire

    Winnipeg Harvest and Rogers Step Up to the Plate to help more than 18,000 Manitobans

    Winnipeg Harvest and Rogers Step Up to the Plate to help more than 18,000 Manitobans Rogers employees in Winnipeg volunteered at Winnipeg Harvest as part of the Step Up to the Plate initiative with Food Banks Canada. Through food hampers provided to local area food banks, the initiative will see more than 393,000 local meals for 18,000 Manitobans in need. The Rogers team was joined by MLAs Audrey Gordon, Janice Morley-Lecomte and Andrew Smith. Manitoba food hampers will provide more than 393,000 local meals to support increased demand at food banks Rogers employees in Manitoba volunteer to help organize, fill and distribute hampersWINNIPEG, Manitoba, Aug. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Stepping up to help address food insecurity facing many Canadian families, Rogers Communications’ Step Up to the Plate initiative with Food Banks Canada has arrived in Manitoba, delivering food hampers that will provide more than 393,000 meals for local food banks. These hampers will help fill the plates of more than 18,000 Manitobans across the province.“Manitobans are part of our extended family at Rogers, and when our family needs help, it’s our responsibility to step up and pitch in, through food donations, volunteering, and more,” said Larry Goerzen, President of Alberta and Prairies, Rogers Communications. “Rogers has a long legacy of supporting our communities and giving back. This is our 60th year as a company – certainly a year like no other – and we are here to roll up our sleeves and get to work so we can come through this together.”The Step Up to the Plate initiative started in June at Rogers Centre in Toronto, with Rogers employee volunteers and their families filling food hampers with non-perishable food items that provide an individual with a week’s worth of meals. Now, trucks loaded with hampers and pallets of food are on the move, destined for communities across Canada, where an unprecedented 8 million meals will be provided to Canadians when the initiative is completed this summer. On arrival in Manitoba, local Rogers employee volunteers, are working with Winnipeg Harvest to organize and continue stuffing thousands of food hampers for distribution to local food banks to help those who need it most.“This is an outstanding initiative by Rogers,” said Heather Stefanson, Manitoba’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Families. “The Manitoba government is very grateful for the donation that will provide nutritious meals to more than 18,000 people in our province. The leadership and corporate generosity shown by Rogers will help families struggling with meal disruption due to COVID-19. This substantial gift will have a meaningful impact for many Manitobans.”As the country begins to reopen, the economic impact of the pandemic continues to be significant, affecting food insecurity and demand at food banks. According to Food Banks Canada, which supports over 3,000 food banks and community agencies from coast-to-coast-to-coast - including Winnipeg Harvest – many local food banks have been severely impacted by COVID-19, from decreased volunteers and donations to having to adapt their operations, making it more challenging to meet their clients’ needs.“When COVID-19 struck Manitoba in March, Winnipeg Harvest distributed more food than any month in our 35-year history. Though we are slowly moving toward recovery, food insecurity and empty food bank shelves are still realities we face every day,” said Keren Taylor-Hughes, CEO, Winnipeg Harvest. “The arrival of these Step Up to the Plate trucks and Rogers volunteers is an incredible sight. This support will help us feed hard-working families, children, and adults, who are struggling through our provincial re-opening and economic recovery period. Thank you for ‘stepping up to the plate’ to nourish our communities – and our sense of community.”Step Up to the Plate is part of The 60 Project, a year-long initiative to mark Rogers 60th anniversary by giving back and building a stronger Canada – from donations of time, money and fundraising support, to investing in Canada and the networks that connect our customers from coast-to-coast-to coast. We are bringing this commitment to life by partnering with community organizations like Food Banks Canada, Women’s Shelters Canada, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Pflag; investing in a 100% Canadian-based Customer Service team and in our networks to help Canada’s economy thrive and grow; and connecting the next generation to education and the support they need to build a bright future. The 60 Project is about making hope possible, right here, in the Canadian communities we call home.And with Step Up to the Plate and other initiatives this year, our Rogers family – all 25,000 strong, including here in Manitoba – will come together to give back an unprecedented 60,000 volunteer hours. With action, we will stand together with those who need us most, to ensure that all Canadians have an opportunity to move forward to discover a new normal that is better than the one that came before.About Rogers Rogers is a proud Canadian company dedicated to making more possible for Canadians each and every day. Our founder, Ted Rogers, purchased his first radio station, CHFI, in 1960. We have grown to become a leading technology and media company that strives to provide the very best in wireless, residential, sports, and media to Canadians and Canadian businesses. Our shares are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RCI). If you want to find out more about us, visit about.rogers.com.About Food Banks Canada Food Banks Canada provides national leadership to relieve hunger today and prevent hunger tomorrow in collaboration with the food bank network from coast-to-coast-to-coast. For 40 years, food banks have been dedicated to helping Canadians living with food insecurity. Over 3,000 food banks and community agencies come together to serve our most vulnerable neighbours who – last year – made 1.1 million visits to these organizations in one month alone, according to our HungerCount report. Over the past 10 years, as a system we’ve sourced and shared over 1.4 billion pounds of food and Food Banks Canada shared nearly $70 million in funding to help maximize collective impact and strengthen local capacity – while advocating for reducing the need for food banks. Our vision is clear: create a Canada where no one goes hungry. Visit www.foodbankscanada.ca to learn more.Media ContactsRogers – media@rci.rogers.com, 647-747-5118Winnipeg Harvest - Kiersten Haight, kiersten@winnipegharvest.org, 204-229-9660 A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/89ea1106-6198-4246-992f-6c296060b4ee