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Ottawa, 30 November 2004
On 26 November 2004 , the Commission received an amended application from Alberta Health and Wellness on behalf of the provincial and territorial Deputy Ministers of Health, requesting the assignment of an N-1-1 resource, preferring 8-1-1 , for access to medical triage services in Canada . The application is available on the Commission's website at http://www.crtc.gc.ca/PartVII/eng/2004/8665/8665_04.htm
Comments have been received by the Commission and will also be available via the above noted link. Parties wishing to submit comments may do so by 14 January 2005 , serving a copy on the applicant. Parties that have already filed comments may file supplemental comments with the Commission by 14 January 2005 , serving a copy on the applicant.
Director, Industry Analysis and Numbering
Cc: T. Herron - Alberta Health and Wellness
Brenda Stevens CRTC
Date modified: 2004-11-30
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