Agenda, Hearing 8 February 2011, Gatineau, Quebec
8 February 2011 at 9:00 a.m.
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Tuesday, 8 February 2011
1. Application by Pelmorex Communications Inc.
Across Canada (Application No. 2010-1511-5)
Application by Pelmorex Communications Inc. to renew the broadcasting licence for the national, specialty television service known as The Weather Network/Météomédia, expiring 31 August 2011, under the same conditions as those set out in its current licence.
Phase I – Presentation by the applicant
Panel for Pelmorex Communications Inc.:
Pierre L. Morrissette, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Paul Temple, Senior Vice-President, Strategic & Regulatory Affairs
Mitch Charron, Vice-President, TV Division
Robert Lombardi, Vice-President, Finance
Luc Perreault, V.P. Communication et Affaire Réglementaire
Tawnie McNabb, Corporate Controller
Kirsten Wells, Director & General Manager, Public Alerting
Eliane Larouche, Directrice de la programmation (MétéoMédia)
Jean-Pierre M. Boulanger, Senior Vice-President, Special Projects
Phase II – Presentations by Interveners
1. Nova Scotia Emergency Management Office (int. #2,628)
2. Emergency Management Ontario (int. #4,289) and
Canadian Council of Emergency Management Organizations (int. #3,518)
3. Shaw Communications Inc., Rogers Communications, Cogeco Cable, Quebecor Media Inc. (int. #4,283) and Bell Aliant & Bell Canada (The Companies) (int. #4,288)
4. New Brunswick Department of Public Safety (int. #4,337)
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Panel of Interveners
5. Member of Parliament Richmond Hill (int. #3,302)
6. Member of Parliament Bonavista‑Gander‑Grand Falls‑Windsor (int. #3,311)
Panel of Interveners
7. Canadian Association for Public Alerting and Notification (int. #3,538)
8. NetAlerts Inc. (int. #2,950)
Interveners – Appearing Individually
9. Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (int. #4,335)
10. Channel Zero Inc. (int. #455)
Phase III – Reply by the Applicant
Pelmorex Communications Inc.
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