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Ottawa, 6 November 2014                                                      

Our reference: 8622-B2-201411256


David McComb
President & CEO
Edenshaw Developments Limited
260 Brunel Rod
Mississauga, Ontario  L4Z 1T5

Re: Bell Canada application for access to the Edenshaw Developments’ Chaz Yorkville multi-dwelling unit

Dear Mr. McComb:

On 3 November 2014, Bell Canada filed the above referenced application.  In it, Bell indicated that the application was against Edenshaw Developments Limited (Edenshaw), Rogers Communications Partnership, as well as an unnamed Local Exchange Carrier (LEC), referred by Bell Canada as the Unknown LEC.  Bell Canada became aware of the Unknown LEC following an email it received from Edenshaw on 31 October 2014.

In order to provide the opportunity to all parties affected by the above mentioned application to participate in the process, file on the record of this proceeding, by noon, 7 November 2014, the name of the LEC Edenshaw referred to in its 31 October 2014 email to Bell Canada.  Also, provide the name and the email address of the contact person for that LEC. This request is made pursuant to subsection 37 (2) of the Telecommunications ActFootnote 1.

Please note that where a document is to be filed or served by a specific date, the document must be actually received, not merely sent, by that date.

Yours sincerely

Original signed by

Mario Bertrand
Director, Dispute Resolution

cc: Jonathan Blakey, Bell Canada,
Rogers Communications Inc.,
Danny Moreau, CRTC,

Footnote 1

37 (2) Where the Commission believes that a person other than a Canadian carrier is in possession of information that the Commission considers necessary for the administration of this Act or any special Act, the Commission may require that person to submit the information to the Commission in periodic reports or in such other form and manner as the Commission specifies, unless the information is a confidence of the executive council of a province.

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