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Ottawa, January 15, 2014
RE: Text Messaging with 9-1-1 service implementation deadline
Dear Madam, Sir:
As set out in CRTC Telecom Decision 2013-22, wireless carriers and incumbent local exchange carriers, in their role as 9-1-1 service providers, were directed to make the changes to their networks, systems, and processes required to support the provision of Text Messaging with 9 1 1 service for hearing- or speech-impaired persons by 24 January 2014.
At this time all wireless and incumbent local exchange carriers identified in the distribution list are to confirm that the changes mandated in the Decision have or will be made, i.e. that the carrier in question is capable of supporting the Text Messaging with 9-1-1 service by 24 January 2014. Carriers fulfilling both wireless and incumbent local exchange carrier roles should confirm that the changes have been made on both fronts. Such confirmation must be filed by no later than January 17 2014.
A copy of this letter and all correspondence will be placed on the public record of the above-noted file.
The subject of your response letter should be “[Name of Your Company] Text Messaging with 9-1-1 service implementation deadline ‒ File Nos.: 8621-C12-01/08 and 8665-C12-200807943.”
Original signed by
c.c.: Michel Murray, CRTC, 819-997-9300, email@example.com
Renée Doiron, CRTC, 819-997-2755, firstname.lastname@example.org ,
James Ndirangu, CRTC, 819-3670, email@example.com
Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership Bell Aliant Communications régionales, société en commandite firstname.lastname@example.org
Bell Canada, email@example.com
Bell Mobility Inc., firstname.lastname@example.org
Bragg Communications Incorporated (EastLink), email@example.com
MTS Inc., firstname.lastname@example.org
Rogers Communications Partnership (Rogers Wireless), email@example.com
Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel), firstname.lastname@example.org
TELUS Communications Company Société TELUS, email@example.com
Videotron G.P., firstname.lastname@example.org
Wind Mobile, email@example.com
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