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Ottawa, 21 June 1991
Decision CRTC 91-396
Maclean Hunter Limited, operating under the name of Maclean Hunter Cable TV
Metropolitan Toronto (parts of); and Mississauga (part of), Ontario - 902606300 - 902609700
Following a Public Hearing held in the National Capital Region on 5 March 1991, the Commission renews the Class 1 licences for the cable distribution undertakings serving the communities noted above, held by Maclean Hunter Limited, operating under the name of Maclean Hunter Cable TV, from 1 October 1991 to 31 August 1996. The operation of these undertakings is regulated pursuant to Parts I and II of the Cable Television Regulations, 1986 (the regulations) and the licences will be subject to the conditions specified in this decision and in the licences to be issued.
The licensee is relieved, by condition of licence, of the obligation of section 12 of the regulations that it distribute, on each undertaking, the signal of CHCH-TV Hamilton on an unrestricted channel. Should the quality of the signal deteriorate significantly, the licensee will be expected to undertake immediate corrective action such as moving the service to another channel.
The Commission reaffirms the particular importance that it attaches to the development of community programming and has taken note of the annual budgets which will be allocated for this purpose during the new licence term. The Commission encourages the licensee to continue its efforts to develop community programs that reflect subscriber interests and concerns.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General

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