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Telecom Public Notice

Ottawa, 27 November 1992
Telecom Public Notice CRTC 92-72
In Bell Canada and British Columbia Telephone Company - Restructuring of Tariffs for PBX Trunks and Central Office Lines, Telecom Public Notice CRTC 92-16, 27 March 1992 (Public Notice 92-16), the Commission noted that it had written to Bell Canada (Bell), British Columbia Telephone Company (B.C. Tel) and other telephone companies under its jurisdiction requesting their comments as to the implications for access line tariffs of the February 1991 finding of the Terminal Attachment Program Advisory Committee that mutually exclusive technical definitions for key systems and PBXs are no longer practical. In Public Notice 92-16, the Commission summarized the reports filed by the telephone companies in response to its letter and directed Bell and B.C. Tel to submit further reports on possible rating approaches. The Commission also stated that it would initiate a proceeding to consider those further reports once they were filed.
The Commission received Bell's report on 31 August 1992. B.C. Tel filed its report, together with a proposed tariff filed under Tariff Notice 2701, on 11 September 1992. Both Bell and B.C. Tel have filed information for which they have claimed confidentiality. Abridged versions of this information have been provided for the public record.
The Commission invites comment on the issues raised in Public Notice 92-16, on the further reports filed by Bell and B.C. Tel, and on B.C. Tel Tariff Notice 2701.
1. The further reports filed by Bell and B.C. Tel, and B.C. Tel's Tariff Notice 2701, may be examined at their respective business offices or at the offices of the CRTC in the following locations:
Room 201
Central Building
Les Terrasses de la Chaudière 1 Promenade du Portage
Hull, Quebec
Room 602
Complex Guy-Favreau
East Tower
200 René-Lévesque Blvd. West
Montréal, Quebec
Suite 1380
800 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Copies of each company's report and, in the case of B.C. Tel, of Tariff Notice 2701, were served on those who registered pursuant to Public Notice 92-16. Copies may be obtained by other interested persons upon request directed to the company in question at the address shown below.
2. The mailing addresses to be used in connection with this proceeding are:
Mr. Allan J. Darling
Secretary General
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0N2
Fax: (819) 953-0795
Mr. B.A. Courtois
Vice President
Law & Regulatory Affairs
Bell Canada
6th Floor
105 Hôtel-de-ville Street
Hull, Quebec
J8X 4H7
Fax: (819) 778-3437
Mr. Robert F. Stuart
Regulatory Matters
British Columbia Telephone Company
18th Floor
3777 Kingsway
Burnaby, British Columbia
V5H 3Z7
Fax: (604)430-9653
3. Those who registered pursuant to Public Notice 92-16 will be considered parties to this proceeding. Those who did not register pursuant to that Public Notice, but who wish to participate in this proceeding, must file a notice of intention to participate with the Commission, serving copies on Bell and B.C. Tel, by 29 December 1992.
4. Interested parties may address interrogatories to Bell or B.C. Tel. Any such interrogatories are to be filed with the Commission and served on the company in question by 19 January 1993.
5. Bell and B.C. Tel are to file responses to any interrogatories with Commission, serving copies on interested parties, by 9 February 1993.
6. Interested parties may file comments with the Commission, serving copies on Bell and B.C. Tel, by 2 March 1993.
7. Bell and B.C. Tel may file replies to any comments, serving copies on interested parties, by 23 March 1993.
8. Where a document is to be filed or served by a specific date, the document must be actually received, not merely mailed, by that date.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General

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