Is this a matter of Telus’s own pace or a high demand?
Both. Telus would be adding Fibre to high value locations where they can most easily negotiate right-of-way access to utility corridors. Even in locations where the fibre passes the driveway, does not mean fibre will come to the homes and businesses along that path - there has to be locations to install the fibre infrastructure from the main fibre to the subsidiary fibres. In some places where main cross-Canada fibre is strung, homeowners still get 6Mbps service, as there is no Fibre infrastructure to these scattered houses.
You might see if a point to point network of some sort might meet your needs