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Ottawa, 15 July 2005
File No.: 8740-B2-200507189
Mr. Terry Connolly
Dear Mr. Connolly:
Re: Bell Canada Tariff Notice No. 6879
On 20 June 2005 , the Commission received an application from Bell Canada proposing the introduction of Voice over IP 9-1-1 Call Routing Service (VoIP 9-1-1 Call Routing Service). In Telecom Order CRTC 2005-245, 28 June 2005 , the Commission approved Bell Canada 's application on an interim basis.
On 6 July 2005 , the Commission addressed interrogatories to Bell Canada with regard to this application, and Bell Canada was requested to provide its responses by 22 July 2005 .
On 14 July 2005 , the Commission received a request from TELUS Communications Inc. (TCI) that it be provided additional time to provide comments on Bell Canada 's application following Bell Canada 's responses to staff's interrogatories.
Commission staff considers TCI's request for an extension reasonable.
Parties may file comments on Bell Canada 's Tariff Notice 6879 by 29 July 2005 .
Original signed by
c.c.: David Palmer, Bell Canada email@example.com
Date Modified: 2005-07-15
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