ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Commission Letter addressed to Geoffrey White (Public Interest Advocacy Centre and Consumers’ Association of Canada)

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Ottawa, 20 February 2015

By email

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

Re: Complaints by PIAC/CAC regarding CraveTV and Shomi (Applications 2015-0136-2 and 2015-0141-1)

Dear Sir:

In light of the submissions received since 11 February 2015 – the date on which Commission staff refused a request by Vaxination Informatique to modify the process with regard to the PIAC/CAC complaints – the above-noted processes are suspended until further notice.

Further direction with regard to the process and timelines will be provided to parties in due course.


Original signed by

Tandy Yull
Senior Manager
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Broadcasting

c.c. Bell (
Rogers (
Shaw (
Vaxination Informatique (

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