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Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2002-462

Ottawa, 20 December 2002

AGI Cablevision Inc.
Aylmer, Brownsville, Courtland, Langdon, Lyons, Port Bruce, Port Burwell, Simcoe and Straffordville, Ontario

Application 2002-0855-5

Intracorporate reorganization of AGI Cablevision Inc.


The Commission received an application by AGI Cablevision Inc. (AGI) to effect an intracorporate reorganization.


AGI, a wholly owned subsidiary of Amtelecom Group Inc. (Amtelecom), is the licensee of nine regulated cable distribution undertakings1 serving Aylmer, Brownsville, Courtland, Langdon, Lyons, Port Bruce, Port Burwell, Simcoe and Straffordville, Ontario.


The proposed transaction would be implemented through the transfer of all the shares of AGI from Amtelecom to Information Communications Services (ICS) Inc., another wholly owned subsidiary of Amtelecom. This transaction does not change the ultimate control of AGI, which will continue to be exercised by the board of directors of Amtelecom.


The Commission approves the application to effect an intracorporate reorganization of AGI.


The Commission will modify its ownership records accordingly.

Secretary general

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1 Subsequent to Exemption order respecting cable systems having fewer than 2,000 subscribers, Public Notice CRTC 2001-121, 7 December 2001, AGI Cablevision Inc. confirmed its eligibility for exemption of 8 of its 17 cable systems, i.e., the systems serving Alviston, Bothwell, Embro, Glencoe, Mt. Bridges, Port Rowan, St. William's-Booth's Harbour and Wardsville. Their respective licences were revoked in Revocation of the licences of exempted small cable distribution undertakings, Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2002-45, 19 February 2002.

Date Modified: 2002-12-20

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