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Telecom Decision

Ottawa, 30 April 1999
Telecom Decision CRTC 99-5-1
On 18 July 1997, the Société d'administration des tarifs d'accès des télécommunicateurs (SATAT) filed, on behalf of its members, an application to review and vary that part of Regulatory Framework for the Independent Telephone Companies in Quebec and Ontario (Except Ontario Northland Transportation Commission, Québec-Téléphone and Télébec ltée), Telecom Decision CRTC 96-6, 7 August 1996 (Decision 96-6), approving SATAT's final 1995 Carrier Access Tariff (CAT).
Correction to Review of Contribution Regime of Independent Telephone Companies in Ontario and Quebec, Telecom Decision CRTC 99-5, 21 April 1999.
File No.: 8695-C12-03/97
The first sentence at paragraph 65 should read as follows:
With respect to Québec-Téléphone's submission that a blended CAT is already a proven method approved by the Commission for use in Alberta, the Commission notes that it dealt with this specific point in its letter dated 12 September 1997.
Secretary General
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