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Ottawa, 11 August 2006
Our File Number: 8340-T66-200609761
Mr. Terry Connolly
Re: Agreement 1050/00
Dear Mr. Connolly:
On 1 August 2006 , TELUS Communications Company (TCC) filed an application for Commission approval of a revised form of the Agreement to Provision Provincial 9-1-1 Service (the Argument). TCC proposed changes to the confidentiality provisions at section 7 of the Agreement to take into account the obligations that emergency communications corporations operating as public safety answering points in the province of British Columbia have under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
The Commission is in the process of reviewing the proposed changes to the confidentiality provisions and will accordingly be unable to render a decision within 10 days of filing of the application. The Commission intends to dispose of the application within 45 business days of receipt of the application.
c.c.: Eric Bowles, CRTC (819) 953-5672Date Modified: 2006-08-11
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