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Our File No.: 8622-W25-200404210

Ottawa, 25 June 2004


Mr. John LaCalamita
Vice President, General Counsel
MCI Canada
60 Adelaide Street East
Suite 1300
Toronto , ON   M5C 3E4


Mr. Denis E. Henry
Vice President, Regulatory Law
Bell Canada
105 Hôtel-de-Ville
5 th Floor
Gatineau , Québec
J8X 4H7

Re: Part VII Application against Bell Canada - CDNA eligible services

This is further to WorldCom Canada Ltd.'s, carrying on business as MCI Canada, (the Applicant) letter to the Commission dated 25 June 2004 indicating that it has withdrawn its application in the above-noted matter.   This letter shall serve to advise the Applicant and Bell Canada (the Respondent) that the matter has formally been withdrawn from the agenda of the oral hearing scheduled for 28 June 2004.   In addition, the Commission shall close the file on this Application.

Yours sincerely,

Paul Godin
Director - Competition and Technology

Cc: D. Kidd
        K. Embree

Date modified: 2004-06-25

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