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Telecom Public Notice

Ottawa, 30 April 1984
Telecom Public Notice CRTC 1984-22
In CRTC Telecom Public Notice 1982-25, 19 May 1982 (Public Notice 1982-25), the Commission appointed Mr. Kenneth L. Wyman, its Senior Executive Director, Operations, pursuant to subsection 81(1) of the National Transportation Act, to inquire into and report on the appropriate information to be required by the Commission for regulatory costing purposes for existing services furnished by the carriers under its jurisdiction. Today, Mr. Wyman (the Inquiry Officer) submitted to the Commission and released to the public the report of his inquiry. Copies of the report are available on request from the CRTC, 1 Promenade du Portage, Hull, Quebec, K1A 0N2.
Further to Public Notice 1982-25, the Commission has decided to adopt the procedures set out below for the balance of the Phase III proceeding.
1. Parties of record to the Phase III proceeding wishing to make written comments on the report of
the Inquiry Officer must file them with the Commission and serve them on other parties of record
by 14 June 1984.
2. Written replies by parties of record to the written comments of other parties must be filed with
the Commission and served on other parties of record by 6 July 1984.
3. At the public hearing, scheduled to commence at 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, 17 July 1984 in the
Outaouais Room of the Conference Centre, Phase IV, Place du Portage, Hull, Quebec, parties
of record may make oral submissions in the form of argument on the report of the Inquiry Officer
to the Executive Committee of the Commission. Parties should restrict their oral submissions to
the matters raised in their written comments and replies, filed by 14 June and 6 July 1984
respectively. The order of making oral submissions will be alphabetical. Following the hearing,
the Commission will render its decision on Phase III.
J.G. Patenaude
Secretary General

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