ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Procedural Letter adressed to Jean-Philippe Béïque and Kevin Goldstein (EBOX inc. and Bell Media Inc.)
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Ottawa, 27 September 2017
Chief Executive Officer
Vice President, Regulatory Affairs
Bell Media Inc.
Re: Undue preference complaint by EBOX Inc. against Bell Media Inc.
Filed 22 September 2017 (Application 2017-0909-9)
We are in receipt of the Part 1 undue preference application filed by EBOX Inc. (EBOX), pursuant to section 11 of the Discretionary Services Regulations.
Given EBOX’s arguments of urgency in this matter, this application will be processed expeditiously according to the following deadlines:
Interventions deadline: 10 October 2017
Reply by EBOX: 16 October 2017
A copy of this letter and all related correspondence will be added to the public record of the proceeding.
[Original signed by]
Senior Analyst, Alternative Dispute Resolution
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