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Ottawa, 27 November 2017

Our reference: 2017-0944-5


Pamela Dinsmore
Vice-President, Regulatory
Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
350 Bloor Street East
Toronto, Ontario M4W 0A1

Peggy Tabet
Vice-President, Regulatory - Broadcasting 
Quebecor Media Inc.
612 Saint-Jacques Street
Montreal, Quebec H3C 4M8

Re: Part 1 application #2017-0944-5 - NHL Centre Ice and NFL Sunday Ticket

Dear Madams,

Commission staff is in receipt of an additional reply from Rogers Communications Canada Inc. (Rogers) dated 21 November 2017, in which Rogers requests a right of reply to new issues raised by Quebecor Media Inc., on behalf of Videotron s.e.n.c. (Videotron), in its 16 November 2017 response.

Having examined the reasons provided by Rogers, Commission staff considers it reasonable that the additional arguments be accepted on the record of this proceeding.

In order to ensure procedural fairness to all parties, Videotron may file written comments, limited to replying to the new arguments presented in Rogers’ 21 November 2017 submission, by 1 December 2017.


[Original version signed by]

Julia Bresee

Senior Analyst, Alternative Dispute Resolution

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