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Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 2008-2-4


See also:  2008-2, 2008-2-1, 2008-2-1, 2008-2-3

Ottawa, 21 April 2008

  Notice of consultation and hearing
  27 May 2008
Edmonton, Alberta
Additional information added to item 13
  Further to its Broadcasting Notices of Public Hearing CRTC 2008-2 dated 28 March 2008, CRTC 2008-2-1 dated 2 April 2008, CRTC 2008-2-1 dated 9 April 2008 and CRTC 2008-2-3 dated 10 April 2008,the Commission announces the following:
  The additional information is in bold.
  Item 13
  Edmonton and various other locations in Alberta, Alberta
Application No. 2007-1238-2
  Application by Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta (AMMSA) for a licence to operate an English and Native-languages FM Type B Native radio programming undertaking in Edmonton.
  The Commission notes that the applicant has requested the addition of technical facilities to its Native Type A undertaking CFWE-FM for both Edmonton and Fort McMurray.  In this regard, and further to the Native Broadcasting Policy (Public Notice CRTC 1990-89) and Exemption Order respecting certain native radio undertakings (Public Notice CRTC 1998-62), an addition at Fort McMurray would have the same force and effect as an addition at Edmonton.
  For the sake of precision, the Commission therefore notes that Type B status will be considered in the event of an approval for either or both of the above-noted technical facilities.  The determination of the merits of adding one is therefore not related in any way to the determination of the merits of the other. 
  The location of the radio programming undertaking will, therefore, be determined by the Commission following the public hearing.
  Secretary General
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