ARCHIVED - Telecom Commission Letter Addressed to Simon-Pierre Olivier (Fido Solutions Inc.)
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Ottawa, 15 June 2015
Our reference: 8340-F21-201505215
Mr. Simon-Pierre Olivier
Director, Regulatory Affairs
Fido Solutions Inc.
800 de la Gauchetière Street West, 4th Floor
Montreal, Quebec H5A 1K3
RE: Fido Solutions Inc. / Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc. - IP Interconnection Agreement
On 28 May 2015, the Commission received an application by Fido Solutions Inc. (Fido) in which it requested Commission approval for an Internet Protocol (IP) Master Agreement for Local Interconnection (MALI) between Fido and Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc.
In Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2012-24 (TRP 2012-24), the Commission decided, among other things, to forbear from the exercise of its powers under sections 25, 29, and 31, and subsections 27(1), (5), and (6) of the Telecommunications Act, with respect to IP and TDM voice network interconnection services provided pursuant to negotiated arrangements.
It appears to Commission staff that the application submitted by Fido is within the ambit of this forbearance determination. Accordingly, the application has been closed.
Staff notes, however, that the Commission has clarified, in Telecom Decision CRTC 2012-396, that the forbearance determination in TRP 2012-24 referenced above, does not apply to Schedule C of a MALI. Any Schedule C would still have to be filed with and approved by the Commission.
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