ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2009-48

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Broadcasting Public Notice 2008-119
  Ottawa, 4 February 2009
  Bragg Communications Inc.
Bridgewater, Blockhouse, Lunenburg and surrounding areas, Nova Scotia
  Access Communications Inc.
Dartmouth and surrounding areas, Nova Scotia
  Bay Communications Inc.
Kentville/New Minas and area, St. Margaret's Bay and area, Nova Scotia
  Halifax Cablevision Ltd.
Halifax and surrounding areas, Nova Scotia
  K-Right Communications Ltd.
Bedford, Sackville and surrounding areas, Debert and surrounding areas, Great Village and Glenholme, Masstown, Mount Uniacke/Lakelands, New Glasgow and surrounding areas, Sydney and surrounding area, and Truro and surrounding areas, Nova Scotia; Charlottetown and surrounding areas, Prince Edward Island
  Application 2008-1548-3, received 19 November 2008

Licence amendment


The Commission approves the application by Bragg Communications Inc., on behalf of itself and its wholly-owned subsidiaries Access Communications Inc., Bay Communications Inc., Halifax Cablevision Ltd. and K-Right Communications Ltd., all carrying on business as EastLink, to amend the broadcasting licences for the cable broadcasting distribution undertakings serving the above-noted locations by adding a condition of licence authorizing the distribution of the special programming service EDUC, formerly known as Distance University Educational Television (DUET), or, where appropriate, by amending the current condition of licence to that effect. This service is provided by Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax. The Commission did not receive any interventions in connection with this application.


The Commission hereby amends the licences for these undertakings by deleting, where applicable, the existing condition of licence relating to the special programming service and by adding, in each case, the following condition of licence:

The licensee is authorized to distribute, at its option, without advertising material, the special programming service EDUC.

  Secretary General
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