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Ottawa, 2 April 2015

Our reference: 8622-B2-201406976


Mr. Jonathan Blakey
Regulatory Affairs
Bell Canada
19-160 Elgin Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2C4

RE: Bell Canada’s application for access to Plaza Corporation's Ivory on Adelaide multi-dwelling unit building – Update

Dear Mr. Blakey:

Following a request by Bell Canada dated 25 July 2014, Commission staff agreed, on 30 July 2014, to the following modifications to the procedures associated with the above-identified application:

1)  That the Commission suspend the usual 30 day deadline within which respondents and interested persons would have to file an answer or an intervention;

2)  That the 21 August 2014 answer and intervention deadline appearing on the Commission's website be suspended; and

3)  That on notification by Bell Canada, the 30 day deadline for filing an answer or an intervention be reinstated in full in order to provide parties and interested persons a full 30 days to file an answer or an interventions.

Commission staff is requesting Bell Canada to provide, by 8 April 2015, an update with respect to the dispute between Plaza Corporation and Bell Canada regarding access to the Ivory on Adelaide multi-dwelling unit (MDU) building. Specifically, indicate whether Bell Canadacurrently has access to the Ivory on Adelaide MDU, and whether the Commission’s intervention is still needed with respect to the issue of access in this matter.


Original signed by

Michel Murray
Director, Dispute Resolution & Regulatory Implementation
Telecommunications Sector

c.c.:  Howard Hacker, Plazacorp,
Pamela Dinsmore, Rogers Communications,
Danny Moreau, CRTC,

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