ARCHIVED - Telecom Procedural Letter adressed to Scott Mitchell (Cochrane Telecom Service)

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Ottawa, 4 October 2016

Our reference:  8740-C1-201601154


Mr. Scott Mitchell
Cochrane Telecom Service
150 Sixth Avenue
Cochrane, ON  P0L 1C0

RE:  Request for Submission of Outstanding Revisions to General Tariff

Dear Sir:

The purpose of this letter is to notify Cochrane Telecom Services (“Cochrane”) of the requirement to file with the Commission the outstanding revisions to its General Tariff outlined in the Commission staff letter of 16 December 2015, as well as corrections to tariff pages filed as part of Tariff Notice (TN) 76.

The General Tariff revisions that require Commission approval relate to:

Commission staff notes the company’s explanation, in Cochrane Tariff Notice 76, that Item 490 (Integrated Voice Message System) was not removed, but rather was transferred to another tariff page.  As a result, Commission staff considers that no further changes are required with respect to Item 490.
Commission staff has reviewed TN 76, and notes that revisions are required to a number of pages. As was communicated to Cochrane by telephone on 9 August 2016, revisions must be made to the following pages, as detailed below:

Cochrane is requested to file all of the above-noted revisions by 19 October 2016. The company is reminded that under the Telecommunications Act, no Canadian carrier shall provide a telecommunications service except in accordance with a tariff filed with and approved by the Commission that specifies the rate or the maximum or minimum rate, or both, to be charged for the service.

If you have any questions about the content of this letter, please contact Rudy Rab at 819-994-3416 or


Original signed by

Michel Murray
Director, Dispute Resolution & Regulatory Implementation
Telecommunications Sector
c.c.:  Rudy Rab, CRTC, 819-994-3416,

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