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Ottawa, 18 October 2011

Mr. Jeff Lutes
Harvesters for Christ Evangelistic Association Inc.
101 Ilsley Avenue, Unit 3
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
B3B 1S8

Re: 2011-1322-4 CIOG-FM-1 Summerside

Dear Mr. Lutes,

This is in reference to your application for a technical amendment to the following analog radio programming undertaking in Prince Edward Island, CIOG-FM-1 Summerside.

  1. Respondents

Section 22 of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure provides that an applicant must serve its application on a respondent defined as a person who is “adverse in interest.” The guidelines on the Rules of procedure1 include a chart of persons generally considered to be respondents (paragraph 61). The list is not exhaustive since parties that can be considered respondents depend on the specific facts of the application.

We note that you have not served your application on any respondents.
As noted in section 7.2 of your application, you have identified that the net impact of this technical amendment will result in the station’s population coverage increasing significantly in the 3mV/m contour from 16,000 to 22,000.  Please note, from an economic perspective, the other incumbent radio services that service Summerside could also be “adverse in interest.”

In light of the above, you are therefore required to serve the application on the other incumbent/existing services that service Summerside by 24 October 2011. Note that a document is not served until it is received by the intended recipient. Therefore, if you are serving a person by mail, you must send it in time for it to be delivered on or before 24 October 2011.

Furthermore, as per section 8 of the application form, Respondents, please revise the chart below with the required information as stated in the Rules of Practice and Procedure.


*Mail or E-mail Address

*Date Served













Considering the above request, the timetable for the proceeding is changed as follows:

Part 1


Posted Date


Related Documents

Part 1

International Harvesters for Christ Evangelistic

Technical amendment

Summerside, Prince Edward Island



Open application for applicant contact information.

12 October 2011

14 November 2011
(original deadline)


November 25, 2011
(new deadline)


The information requested herein should be received by the Commission no later than
24 October 2011, failing which, your application may be returned to be completed and resubmitted with the Commission should you wish to pursue this proposal.

A copy of this letter and all related correspondence will be added to the public record of the proceeding.

You are reminded that applicants are required to file their applications, related documents and related correspondence electronically using Access Key.

Should you need further information concerning your application, please do not hesitate to contact me by telephone at (819) 953-5130 or by fax at 819-994-0218.

Yours sincerely,

Sherwin Pagtakhan
CRTC Radio Analyst

1. Broadcasting and Telecom Information Bulletin CRTC 2010-959

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