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Ottawa, 27 October 2014

File number: 8620-P8-201405606


Mr. Geoffrey White
Public Interest Advocacy Centre and
Consumers’ Association of Canada

Re:  Application regarding Rogers “Next” and TELUS “T-UP!” – Response to PIAC-CAC’s procedural request

Dear Mr. White:

The Commission is in receipt of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the Consumers’ Association of Canada’s (collectively “PIAC-CAC”) letter dated 20 October 2014.    

The Commission notes PIAC-CAC’s procedural request and confirms that it is still addressing the application.

Should you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact Meghan Justus at 819-635-6959 or by email at


[Original signed]

Nanao Kachi
Director, Social and Consumer Policy

c.c.: John Lawford, Executive Director/General Counsel, PIAC,
Bruce Cran, President, CAC,
Dawn Hunt, Vice President, Regulatory for Rogers,
Stephen Schmidt, Vice-President, Telecom Policy & Chief Regulatory Legal
Counsel, TELUS,
Jean-François Mezei, Vaxination Informatique,
Mirko Bibic, Bell,

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