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Ottawa, 20 August 2013
Ms. Anne-Marie Migneault
Director Regulatory Affairs/
Directrice Affaires réglementaires
Subject: Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2013-420, Complaint by Serdy Media Inc. against the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, error in paragraph 13 of the English version
This letter is further to your email to Mr. Guillaume Castonguay and our telephone conversation yesterday.
You noted that there was an error in the English version of paragraph 13 of the decision referred to in the subject line above. You submitted that the French version of the decision is correct, given what is stated in paragraph 11 of the decision and the evidence on the record. At the time that CBC’s reply was filed in August 2012, the genre “adventure” was already excluded.
Paragraph 13 of both versions of the decision referred to above reads as follows (the words in question are emphasized in bold text):
13. Le Conseil rejette donc la plainte de Serdy à cet égard. Le Conseil s’attend toutefois à ce que le genre de l’aventure demeure exclu de la grille-horaire d’Explora, des catalogues du service et de tout message faisant la promotion de ce service.
13. Accordingly, the Commission dismisses this complaint in this regard. The Commission expects, however, that the genre “adventure” will be removed from the program schedule, catalogues and promotional messages relating to the service Explora.
Following an analysis of the record and of the English version of paragraph 13 of the decision, we find that paragraph 13 should have actually read as follows:
13. Accordingly, the Commission dismisses this complaint in this regard. The Commission expects, however, that the genre “adventure” will continue to be excluded from the program schedule, catalogues and promotional messages relating to the service Explora.
I trust that this solution is satisfactory.
Véronique Lehoux, LL.L., LL.M.
Director, Decisions Group
Directrice, Groupe des décisions
c.c.: Catherine Dupont, Director General, Serdy Media Inc.
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