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Telecom Order

Ottawa, 18 August 1997
Telecom Order CRTC 97-1130
On 11 July 1997, the Commission received an affidavit dated 4 July 1997 from Tick Talk Communications Inc. (Tick Talk) which provided evidence to support an exemption from contribution charges for Centrex services which are used solely to provide local or single-hop services.
File No.: 8626-T16-01/97
1. By letter dated 15 July 1997, Bell Canada (Bell) agreed that the affidavit appears to satisfy the Commission's evidentiary requirements, effective the date of application. Accordingly, Bell agreed with the requested exemption.
2. The Commission is of the view that Tick Talk's evidence satisfies the Commission's evidentiary requirements.
3. Based on the foregoing, the Commission orders that Tick Talk's application is approved effective the date of affidavit (4 July 1997).
Laura M. Talbot-Allan
Secretary General
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