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Ottawa, 17 February 2014


Mr. Bill Abbott
Senior Counsel & Bell Privacy Ombudsman
Bell Canada
Floor 19
160 Elgin Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2C4

By email:

Re: Bell Canada’s Part 1 Application to Improve the Accessibility of Mobile Telecommunications at Bell Canada (the Mobility Accessibility Initiative)

Dear Mr. Abbott:

With this letter, Commission staff is requesting Bell Canada to file with the Commission updated economic information for its Mobility Accessibility Initiative that was detailed in Bell Canada(CRTC)10 Aug12-1B MAI. This update is to take into consideration any changes in the deliverables for this initiative that have occurred since Bell filed the above Part 1 application on the 29 April 2013. Changes include those identified in:

• Bell Canada(CRTC)26Sept13-2 MAI
• Bell Canada(CRTC)26Sept13-3 MAI
• Bell Canada (CRTC)26Sep13-5 MAI

Accordingly, Bell Canada is requested to file on or before 24 February 2014 an update to its response in Bell Canada(CRTC)10Aug12-1B MAI in its entirety.


[Original signed by]

Nanao Kachi
Director, Social and Consumer Policy


Distribution List:

Canadian Association of the Deaf; Ontario College of Art and Design, Treviranus,; ARCH;; Council of Canadians with Disabilities,; Council of Canadians with Disabilities,; Independent Living Canada,; Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB),; Canadian Council of the Blind,; Ottawa Deaf Centre,; Ontario Association of the Deaf,; The Canadian Hearing Society,; Canadian Association for Community Living,; Centre québécois de la déficience auditive,; Public Interest Law Centre,; Disability and Information Technologies (Dis-IT),;; Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians/L'Alliance pour l'égalité des aveugles canadiens,;; Neil Squire Society,; Chris Stark,;;; Clayton Zekelman, clayton@MNSi.Net; Ms. Denise Sayer,; Mr. David Lepofsky; Beverley Milligan, Media Access Canada,; Confédération des organismes de personnes handicapées du Québec,; Diane Bergeron;


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