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Ottawa, 14 October 2011
File No.: 8621-C12-01/08
To: Distribution List (attached)
Re: Directive to Post CLEC Access Services’ Tariffs on the WEB
In Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-92 dated 11 February 2011, the Commission directed that the competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) post their approved Access Services’ tariffs on their respective websites.
In our letter dated 27 July 2011, Commission staff requested that CLECs confirm that they had complied with that directive and to provide the website links to these tariffs.
We have not received a response from your company and have been unable to find your Access Services’ tariff on the company’s website. Commission staff requests that your company provide its response to the above noted letter by no later than 1 November 2011. In the event that your company is unable to comply with our request or the Commission’s directive to post the tariff on your website within this timeframe, explain why not and provide a date by which you will do so.
Please note that failure to provide the information requested may result in serious consequences. The Commission may issue a mandatory order, which can be registered with the Federal Court, and failure to comply with a decision registered with the Federal Court could result in contempt of court proceedings.
Submissions are to reference the file number noted above and should be addressed to:
Robert A. Morin
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunication Commission
‘Original signed by S. Bédard’
Senior Manager, Tariffs
cc: Brendan Keown, CRTC (819) 953-5123
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 The Commission’s powers to request information from any person, issue mandatory orders, register its decisions with the Federal Court, and enforce the registered decision through the Federal Court, are found in subsection 37(2), section 51, and subsection 63(2) of the Telecommunications Act, respectively.
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