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Ottawa, 5 February 2010


Our Reference: 8740-T8-200910580



Re: TBayTel Tariff Notice 151 – Call for Comments and Disclosure Requests

Dear Madams, Sirs:

On 13 January 2010, the Commission received responses to interrogatories concerning the introduction of Wireless Service Provider (WSP) E9-1-1 Network Access Service and enhancements to its 911 Public Emergency Reporting Service. In a letter to the Commission, dated 19 January 2010, Shaw Telecom G.P. (Shaw) requested that TBayTel provide disclosure of certain information filed in confidence by TBayTel in its interrogatory responses and that the Commission set out a process to allow all parties to file final comments on TBayTel Tariff Notice 151.

Accordingly, TBayTel is to file with the Commission written responses regarding Shaw’s request for public disclosure of certain information by 12 February 2010. Determinations will be issued regarding public disclosure as soon as possible. Any information pursuant to such determinations must be filed with the Commission and served on the parties to the proceeding by 17 February 2010.

With respect to Shaw’s request to set out process to allow the parties to file comments, Commission staff agrees that interested parties should have the opportunity to comment in light of the fact that new information has been filed. Therefore, Commission staff sets out the following process:

a) Parties may file comments on the interrogatory responses by 24 February 2010.

b) TBayTel may file reply comments by 3 March 2010.


The submissions must be received, not merely sent by these dates.

Yours sincerely,

Original signed by

Yvan Davidson
Senior Manager
Competitor Services and Costing

c.c: Marc Pilon, CRTC,

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