ARCHIVED - Telecom Procedural Letter addressed to Chris Amendola (President, Beanfield Technologies Inc.) and Deborah A. Howden (Counsel, Shibley Righton LLP)
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Ottawa, March 11 2016
Our reference: 8622-B75-201513945
Mr. Chris Amendola
President, Beanfield Technologies Inc.
418-77 Mowat Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6K 3E3
Ms. Deborah A. Howden
Counsel, Shibley Righton LLP
700-250 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3E5
RE: Interrogatories with respect to the request from Beanfield Technologies Inc. for access to multiple dwelling units located at 65, 75 and 85 East Liberty Street,Toronto – Request for extension
Dear Madam, Sir,
The Commission has received a letter dated 10 March 2016 from counsel for Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation No. 2322 (the Corporation). The Corporation requested an extension of the deadline for remitting the responses to the interrogatories that were sent by the Commission on 4 March 2016. The interrogatories were sent to the Corporation and to Beanfield Technologies Inc. (Beanfield). The first responses from the Corporation were to be filed with the Commission on 11 March 2016.
Counsel for the Corporation submitted that the key contact with the Corporation who would be able to provide responses to the Commission’s interrogatories is away until 16 March 2016. Furthermore, Ms. Deborah A. Howden, counsel for the Corporation, will be away on vacation from 16 March to 24 March 2016. The Corporation therefore requested an extension to respond to the interrogatories until 8 April 2016.
On 10 March 2016, Beanfield filed with the Commission comments on the Corporation’s request for extension, arguing for an extension of only one week.
Commission staff appreciates that the key contact with the Corporation is away until 16 March 2016. However, Commission staff is not convinced that responses by the Corporation to Questions 2 and 4 require the assistance of Ms. Howden, who will be returning to work on 29 March 2016.
In light of the above, the new deadlines to submit the responses to the Commission’s interrogatories are as follow:
- The Corporation is to file with the Commission, and serve on all other parties, its responses to Questions 2 and 4 by 23 March 2016.
- Responses by both parties to the rest of the interrogatories are to be filed with the Commission, and served on all other parties by 1 April 2016.
- Written arguments may be filed with the Commission with respect to the responses to these interrogatories, serving copies to all parties by 8 April 2016.
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