ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2014-190-4

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Additional references: 2014-190, 2014-190-1, 2014-190-2 and 2014-190-3

Ottawa, 15 September 2014

Notice of hearing

8 September 2014
Gatineau, Quebec

Procedures for filing additional material

Deadline for submission: 19 September 2014

[Submit a document]

  1. As noted in Broadcasting Notice of Consultation 2014-190-3, the Commission may accept or require undertakings to file additional material by parties appearing at the Let’s Talk TV public hearing. The Commission has already accepted numerous undertakings from appearing parties and may require further undertakings over the course of the public hearing. Accordingly, to ensure the orderly filing and processing of the information filed as a result of these undertakings, the Commission reminds parties that documents must be filed by 5 p.m. Vancouver time, on Friday, 19 September 2014, and pursuant to the CRTC Rules of Practice and Procedure.
  2. In particular, the Commission notes that under sections 30-34 of the CRTC Rules of Practice and Procedure, information filed with the Commission must be made public unless the information is designated as confidential. If information is designated as confidential, the designating party must provide reasons why the disclosure would not be in the public interest, including why the specific direct harm that would be likely to result from the disclosure would outweigh the public interest. If a party designates information as confidential, it must also file an abridged version of the documents intended for the public. If no abridged version is filed, the party must provide reasons why an abridged version cannot be filed.
  3. For further details and information on filing confidential information, parties are invited to review the procedures for filing confidential information and requesting its disclosure in Commission proceedings set out in Broadcasting and Telecom Information Bulletins 2010-961 and 2010-961-1.

Secretary General

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