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Our File: 8690-V22-01/02


Ottawa, 17 January 2003

TO: Interested Parties

Re: Application by Vidéotron Télécom ltée against Bell Canada and Bell Nexxia relative to the Provision of Fibre Optic Private Networks

Dear Sir/Madam:

This letter deals with the request for public disclosure of information filed under claim of confidence by Bell Canada in connection with the above-noted proceeding.

The request for disclosure in question was made by Vidéotron Télécom ltée (Vidéotron) on 13 January 2003.

Bell Canada has until 21 January 2003 to provide its comments on Vidéotron's request.

Subsequently, a determination with respect to the above noted request will be rendered as expeditiously as possible.

Accordingly, a new timetable for this proceeding will be communicated at the same time as the determination regarding the above noted request for disclosure.

Yours sincerely,

Paul M. Godin
Competition and Technology

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