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Ottawa, 5 January 2001
File No. 8638-C12-44/00
Ms. Candice Molnar
Dear Ms. Molnar:
Re: Decision CRTC 2000-150 SaskTel - Transition to Federal Regulation Imputation Test Methodology
This letter disposes of an application by SaskTel regarding its proposed imputation test methodology for local services. On 29 November 2000, the Commission received a letter from SaskTel regarding the methodology that the company proposes to apply with respect to the imputation test for local services and the conditions under which an imputation test is to be applied. SaskTel submitted that its imputation results would be filed in a format consistent with that proposed by the former Stentor companies and approved by the Commission on 27 November 1998.
The Commission finds SaskTel's proposal to be generally consistent with the imputation test methodology approved for the former Stentor companies. The Commission approves SaskTel's proposal as modified to include the following changes:
c.c. CRTC Regional Offices
Date Modified: 2001-01-05
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