Videotron Communications: 8662-V3-01/01
Application to review and vary CRTC Order 2001-92 - Winback Rules
Reference File: 8638-C12-43/00
2002/08/09 - Telecom Decision 2002-47 - Vidéotron ltée (Vidéotron) filed an application requesting that the Commission review and vary Order CRTC 2001-92 such that the winback rules imposed in paragraph 15 of the Order would no longer apply, or in the alternative, by imposing the winback rules on all facilities-based retail high-speed Internet service providers in Vidéotron's operating territory. In this decision, the Commission finds that Vidéotron has failed to demonstrate that there is substantial doubt as to the correctness of Order CRTC 2001-92 and, accordingly, denies the application. Reference: 8662-V3-01/01.
2001/08/13 - Vidéotron
Description: Further to the Commission's 3 August 2001 letter to Vidéotron and to AT&T Canada, Vidéotron received on 9 August 2001 AT&T Canada's disclosure of the information specified in the Commission's letter.
Document: 010813.doc - 28KB
2001/08/03 - Commission Letter - English Version Only - "Hard Copy Document"
Description: Letter addressed to Vidéotron Communications Inc. & AT&T Canada - Re: Order 2001-92 - Application by Vidéotron to Review and Vary the Winback Rules: Request for Disclosure
2001/07/16 - Call-Net Enterprises Inc. - "Hard Copy Document"
Description: Call-Net has received the answers to the application noted above from TELUS and from Bell Canada on behalf of itself, Aliant Telecom Inc., MTS Communications Inc., and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (collectively "Bell Canada")
2001/06/28 - CAIP
Description: The Independent Members of the Canadian Association of Internet Providers ("IMCAIP") are in receipt of a letter from Vidéotron Communications inc. ("Vidéotron"), dated June 8, 2001 in the above-captioned proceeding. As set out more particularly below, Vidéotron's June 8th letter mischaracterizes IMCAIP's May 25, 2001 objection, mischaracterizes the record of this proceeding and constitutes a further improper attempt to introduce new evidence.
Document: 010628.doc - 87KB
2001/06/08 - Vidéotron Communications inc.
Description: Réplique de Vidéotron à la lettre de CAIP datée du 25 mai 2001
Document: 010608.doc - 33KB
2001/05/25 - Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP)
Description: The Independent Members of the Canadian Association of Internet Providers ("IMCAIP") are in receipt of reply comments, dated May 10, 2001, from Vidéotron ltée ('Vidéotron") in the above-captioned proceeding.
Document: 010525.doc - 90KB
2001/05/10 - Vidéotron Communications Inc.
Description: Ordonnance CRTC 2001-92 - Réplique de Vidéotron Communications inc.
Document: 010510.doc - 56KB
2001/05/01 - AT&T Canada Corp.
Description: Pursuant to the Commission's letter of 6 April 2001 the following are AT&T Canada's comments on the above-noted application and comments filed by other interested parties.
Document: 010501.doc - 48KB
2001/04/30 - Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP)
Description: In accordance with the Commission's letter, dated April 6, 2001, the Independent Members of the Canadian Association of Internet Providers ('IMCAIP") are pleased to provide the following comments on a Part VII Application, dated March 5, 2001, from Vidéotron ltée ("Vidéotron").
Document: 010430.doc - 122KB
2001/04/30 - François D. Ménard
Document: 10430.doc - 27KB
2001/04/19 - GT Group Telecom Services Corp.
Description: Group Telecom's comments regarding Order CRTC 2001-92 - Part VII Application by Videotron Ltee to Review and Vary the Winback Rules.
Document: 010419.doc - 269KB
2001/04/12 - Vidéotron Communications Inc.
Description: Vidéotron ltée acknowledges receipt of a letter from Commission staff, dated 6 April 2001, which extends the time to file comments and reply comments in the proceeding initiated by the above-noted Part VII application dated 5 March 2001.
Document: 010412.doc - 23KB
2001/04/06 - Commission Letter - English Version only - "Hard Copy Document"
Description: Letter addressed to Interested Parties to Telecom Decision CRTC 99-8 - Re: Vidéotron Application to Review and Vary Order 2001-92
2001/04/04 - Bell Canada
Description: Bell Canada (or the Company) is in receipt of an application, dated 5 March 2001, filed by Vidéotron ltée (Vidéotron) pursuant to section 62 of the Telecommunications Act and Part VII of CRTC Telecommunications Rules of Procedure.
Document: 010404_1.doc - 72KB
2001/04/04 - TELUS Communications Inc.
Description: TELUS Communications Inc. ("TELUS") is in receipt of a Part VII application (the "Application") filed by Vidéotron ltée ("Vidéotron") on 5 March 2001. In its Application, Vidéotron is seeking to vary the portions of Order 2001-92, Terms and rates approved for large cable carriers' higher speed access service - Follow-up to Order CRTC 2000-789 (the "Order") which impose winback restrictions on Vidéotron in respect of their high speed Internet access services.
Document: 010404.doc - 64KB
2001/03/05 - Vidéotron Communications
Description: Order CRTC 2001-92 - Application to Review and Vary the Winback Rules
Document: 010305.doc - 49KB
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