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Ottawa, 6 July 2012
Our Reference: 8663-G1-200813776
Mr. Guy Cordeau
Téléphone Guèvremont Inc.
5025 rue Marquette
Dear Mr. Cordeau:
RE: Status of the implementation of local competition in Téléphone Guèvremont Inc.’s territory
In Telecom Decision CRTC 2012-37, Téléphone Guèvremont Inc. - Implementation of local competition for Cogeco Cable Inc., the Commission directed Téléphone Guèvremont Inc. (Guèvremont) to provide information and assistance to Cogeco Câble Québec s.e.n.c. (Cogeco Québec) and TELUS Communications Company (TCC) in the negotiation process, as required, in order to implement local competition as quickly as possible so that Cogeco Québec may begin operating in Guèvremont’s territory by no later than
23 July 2012.
Based on the information provided by Guèvremont on the status of its implementation plans, it is unclear whether the plans are in place to meet the 23 July 2012 deadline.
Accordingly, Guèvremont is required to submit the information in the table below, indicating the completion dates mutually agreed upon by Guèvremont and Cogeco Québec/TCC, by 12 July 2012.
|Local competition implementation milestone||Completion date mutually agreed upon by Guèvremont and Cogeco Québec/TCC|
|Company and competitor(s) complete their discussions on local network interconnection and WNP requirements|
|Company files its competitor service tariffs for Commission approval|
|Commission approves the company’s competitor services tariffs|
|Master Agreement for Local Interconnection (MALI) signed|
|Physical interconnection and related tests and acceptance are completed, related circuits put in service|
|Personnel training on WNP and Canadian Local Ordering Guidelines (C-LOG) methods completed|
|Field tests undertaken with competitor(s) on WNP and C-LOG procedures and systems|
|All tests completed successfully and competitor(s) is/are operational as a competitive local exchange carrier in the company’s local interconnection region|
‘Original signed by C. Seidl’
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