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Ottawa, 22 June 2010
CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item – 9YY NXX Code Assignment Guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08
1. On 16 April 2010, the Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering (CSCN) of the CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee (CISC) submitted the following consensus report for Commission approval:
CSCN TIF Report 86 re: TIF 75 CSCN Guidelines Review – Canadian Adjunct to the Industry Numbering Committee (INC) 9YY NXX Code Assignment Guidelines, 24 March 2010 (CNRE086A)
2. The consensus report and related guidelines can be found under “Reports” on the 16 April 2010 CISC meeting agenda, which is available on the Commission’s website.
3. The Commission has reviewed the above-noted consensus report and related guidelines, and approves them with the following modifications to the guidelines (changes are in italics):
The third paragraph of the Introduction is to read as follows:
To ensure Canadian regulatory requirements and geographically unique circumstances are considered in the administrative processes, the CSCN reviews, modifies and/or adopts INC guidelines, or develops unique Canadian adjuncts or guidelines, associated with NANP numbering resources for application in Canada. All numbering resource guidelines and adjuncts developed by the CSCN must be approved by the CRTC before they apply in Canada.
Item i) of the Introduction is to read as follows:
In the event the CNA and NANPA disagree in the administrative process or interpretation of adjuncts or guidelines, the CRTC‑approved adjuncts or guidelines shall prevail in Canada.
The first paragraph under “Modifications to the INC 9YY NXX Code Assignment Guidelines Applicable in Canada” is to read as follows:
The CRTC has approved the following procedure and modifications to the INC 9YY NXX Code Assignment Guidelines for application and use in Canada.
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