ARCHIVED - Telecom - Commission Letter - 8665-C12-14/01 - Call-Net Request forextension of interrogatory responses in Public Notice 2001-60-1 - CRTC seekspublic input on the confidentiality provisions of Canadian carriers
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Ottawa, 28 September 2001
Our files: 8665-C12-14/01
Mr. Jean Brazeau
Re: Call-Net Request for extension of interrogatory responses in Public Notice 2001-60-1 - CRTC seeks public input on the confidentiality provisions of Canadian carriers
Dear Mr. Brazeau:
We have received your letter (dated 26 September 2001) requesting an extension of 30 days to file your answers to CRTC and ARC et al interrogatories sent 27 August 2001. We note that you argue that « Call-Net, like other competitive Carriers, has dedicated almost all its resources to PN 2001-37 [therefore] no resources could be diverted to adequately reply. ».
Other parties involved in the review of the Price Cap regime proceeding and 2001-60-1 have filed their answers on 26 September 2001. Amongst these are competitive carriers such as Microcell and AT&T Canada and parties with very limited resources such as the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC.)
Accordingly, Call-Net is expected to file its answers to the interrogatories no later than 5 October 2001.
c.c.: Philippe Tousignant - CRTC - (819) 997-1334
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