Nokia Lumia 920 is about to be available for sale from November this year but the marketing projects seem to go under depression after two of the Canadian carrier companies, Bell Canada and TELUS refusing to include Nokia in their upcoming plans. This is what the official from TELUS said, “The Nokia 920 is not part of the list of phones coming to TELUS by the end of the year.” The statement is two-fold as one can also say that they will be distributing Nokia Lumia 920 from the next year. They have also distributed Nokia Lumia 800 and 610 in the past and hope the relationship continues. The scenario is similar with Bell Canada which has decided to include two Windows Phone devices but none of them will be a Lumia. The expected devices can be Samsung ATIV S and an HTC 8X. This leaves the Canada’s largest carrier, Rogers as the lone carrier to carry the flagship to the country. They haven’t confirmed yet of whether they will be offering the flagship or not, but as they offered Nokia Lumia 900 in the past, hopes are still alive.