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Ottawa, 23 May 2008
File No.: 8622-C51-200805153
Ms. Phillippa Lawson,
Dear Ms. Lawson:
Re: CAIP Part VII Application requesting certain orders directing Bell Canada to cease and desist from “throttling” its wholesale ADSL Access Services
By letter dated 21 May 2008, the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) set out additional interrogatories and suggested that the Commission should address them to Bell Canada. In the alternative, CIPPIC requested that the process established in Commission staff’s 15 May 2008, letter to consider the above-referenced application be amended to permit CIPPIC to address the interrogatories to Bell Canada.
Commission staff does not consider it necessary to address the interrogatories to Bell Canada. Further, Commission staff considers that the existing process, which permits all parties to comment on the issues raised by this application, remains appropriate. Therefore, Commission staff considers that the process should not be extended to allow CIPPIC to address the interrogatories to Bell Canada.
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