It is a 4G LTE phone
That's just one part of Public Mobile. And in this case only one of the Public Mobile frequencies used. To use your phone as a phone, it needs to have a couple 3G/WCDMA/UMTS/HSDPA frequencies. This phone does not.
So as I said, if you can find and connect to a tower transmitting on that one frequency and LTE protocol then you could use your data and SMS and MMS.
This is the frequencies my phone has. Looks like i have them all.
You're showing all the same info. It's not enough just to say it's 3G or WCDMA or 4G or LTE. It's more about the frequencies and bands used.
Looks like it will work only on Rogers and Fido with GSM
And they're going to be obsoleting their 2G GSM soon.