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Ottawa, 11 January 1996

Decision CRTC 95-910-1
SkyCable Inc.
Brandon (rural regions surrounding), Foxwarren, McCreary, Baldy Mountain (Dauphin), Elie, Winnipeg, Interlake (Fraserwood) Lac du Bonnet and Falcon Lake, Manitoba - 952032100 - 952033900 - 952034700 - 952035400 - 952036200 - 952037000 - 952038800 - 952039600- 952040400
In Decision CRTC 95-910, the Commission approved the applications by SkyCable Inc., for new MDS radiocommunication distribution undertakings.
In the appendix to that decision, condition of licence 8b) sets out the authorized non-Canadian programming services that may be linked with a Canadian specialty service.
The Commission hereby corrects Decision CRTC 95-910 dated 20 December 1995 by replacing condition of licence 8b) with the following:
8b) each Canadian specialty service, distributed within a discretionary package that may include one or more Canadian specialty and/or pay television service, may be linked with no more than one of the following authorized non-Canadian programming services:
Cable News Network (CNN)
CNN Headline News (CNN-2)
The Nashville Network (TNN)
The Arts and Entertainment Network (A&E)
The Weather Channel (TWC)
Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network (C-Span)
The Silent Network (Kaleidoscope)
The Learning Channel
 The licensee may designate one of the U.S. superstations authorized in paragraph a) above and distribute the signal of that superstation within discretionary packages that may include one or more Canadian specialty and/or pay television service.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General

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