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Ottawa, 29 November 2016


Ms. Sylvie Courtemanche
Vice-President, Government Relations and Compliance
Corus Entertainment Inc.

Mr. Kevin Goldstein
Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs, Content and Distribution
Bell Media Inc.

Ms. Peggy Tabet
Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs – Broadcasting
Québecor Média inc.

Mr. Luc Doyon
Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer
Groupe V Média

Alain Caron
Conseil Provincial du Secteur des Communications

Dear Sirs and Madams,

Re: Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2016-225
Additional information on the record: Analyse sur l’état de l’information locale au Québec

The Commission announces that it has added a report entitled Analyse sur l’état de l’information locale au Québec presented by the Conseil provincial du secteur des communications (CPSC) of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) at the public hearing held from November 22 to 24th 2016, in Laval, Quebec, on the public record of that proceeding.

Yours sincerely,

Danielle May-Cuconato

Secretary General

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