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Ottawa, 11 September 2015

Our reference:  8661-P8-201510199, 8622-V42-201510735



Re:   Part I Applications under the Telecommunications Act regarding Vidéotron’s Unlimited Music service

Dear Madam, Sir:

On 1 September 2015 the Commission received an application pursuant to Part I of the CRTC Rules of Practice and Procedure (“Part 1 application”) from the Consumers’ Association of Canada, the Council of Senior Citizens’ Organizations of British Columbia, and the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (collectively the Consumer Groups) regarding the billing practices of Quebecor Media and its wholly owned subsidiary Vidéotron (collectively Vidéotron) with respect to Vidéotron’s Unlimited Music service.

On 4 September 2015 the Commission received a Part 1 application from Vaxination Informatique (Vaxination) alleging, among other things, that Vidéotron through its Unlimited Music service, had breached the Telecommunications Act.

In a letter dated 8 September 2015, Benjamin Klass requested that the two applications be examined in a single proceeding.  The following procedural amendments were also requested:

On 9 September 2015 the Commission received comments from Vidéotron and Vaxination regarding the proposed procedural changes.

Persons who wish to file comments with regard to the proposed procedural changes may do so by 15 September 2015, serving copies on all other persons identified in the distribution list.  Comments must be received, and not merely sent, by that date.


Original signed by

Andrew Falcone
Senior Manager, Strategic Planning & Research
Telecommunications Sector

Distribution List

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