ARCHIVED - Telecom Procedural Letter Addressed To Dennis Béland (Québecor Média inc.) and Philippe Gauvin (Bell Canada)
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Ottawa, 7 October 2014
Our reference: 8622-B92-201316646
Mr. Dennis Béland
Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs, Telecommunications
Québecor Média inc.
612 Saint-Jacques Street
15th Floor, South Tower
Montreal, Quebec H3C 4M8
Mr. Philippe Gauvin,
Senior Legal Counsel
160 Elgin Street, 19th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2C4
Re: Request to extend the deadline to reply to the requests for information
The Commission received a letter from Quebecor Media inc. (Quebecor Media) on behalf of its affiliate Videotron G.P. (Videotron), dated 6 October 2014, requesting that the deadline for responses to Commission staff’s 30 September 2014 requests for information be extended from 7 October 2014 to 14 October 2014. In its letter, Quebecor Media stated that its regulatory team and key members of Videotron’s engineering services, marketing and finance teams have all been dedicated to the participation of the two companies at the public hearing on the review of wholesale mobile wireless services.
Bell Canada (Bell) filed a letter on the same day to support the application. Bell stated that it was in the same situation as Quebecor Media, namely that key resources are addressing undertakings resulting from the hearing on the review of wholesale mobile wireless services.
Commission staff considers that the extension request filed by Quebecor Media is reasonable in these circumstances. Therefore, the deadline for Commission staff’s 30 September 2014 requests for information is extended to 14 October 2014.
Commission staff reminds parties to file their responses with the Commission, serving a copy on all parties to the proceeding, and that the responses must be actually received and not merely sent by the specified date.
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Director, Dispute Resolution
c. c. : Julie Boisvert, CRTC, firstname.lastname@example.org
William Lloyd, CRTC, email@example.com
Benjamin Klass, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vaxination Informatique, email@example.com
L’Association des consommateurs du Canada, le Council of Senior Citizens’ Organizations of British Columbia et le Centre pour la défense de l’intérêt public, firstname.lastname@example.org et email@example.com
Bell Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bell Aliant, email@example.com
Rogers, firstname.lastname@example.org et Cable.Regulatory@rci.rogers.com TELUS, email@example.com
MTS Allstream, firstname.lastname@example.org
Independent Telephone Providers Association, email@example.com
Vidéotron, firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com et firstname.lastname@example.org
Globalive Wireless Management Corp., email@example.com
Data & Audio Visual Enterprises Wireless Inc., firstname.lastname@example.org
Consortium des Opérateurs de Réseaux Canadiens inc., email@example.com
Canadian Cable Systems Alliance, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cogeco Câble, email@example.com
Shaw Cable, Regulatory@sjrb.ca
Fenwick McKelvey, Université Concordia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Steven James May, Université Ryerson, email@example.com
Clinique d’intérêt public et de politique d’Internet du Canada Samuelson-Glushko, firstname.lastname@example.org et email@example.com
David Ellis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Teresa Murphy, email@example.com
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