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Our reference: 1011-NOC-2016-0293

Ottawa, 5 April 2017


Re: Review of the Wireless Code - Application for Costs Award

Dear Ms. Anderson-Kellett:

On 3 April 2017, the Deaf Wireless Canada Consultative Committee (DWCC) requested an extension of time for the filing of an application for a costs award for its participation in the Wireless Code Review proceeding. No other party commented on the request.

In the circumstances, the requested extension would be appropriate. Accordingly, DWCC may file its application by 12 April 2017.

Yours Sincerely,

[original signed by]

Adam Balkovec
Legal Counsel
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission


Lynda Roy, CRTC,


Distribution List
Wireless Service Providers

Bell Mobility (
Bragg Communications Inc, dba "Eastlink" (
Freedom Mobile (
Quebecor Media Inc., on behalf of its subsidiary Videotron G.P. (
Rogers Communications Canada Inc. (
Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) (
SSi Micro Ltd. (
TELUS Communications Company (

Consumer Groups

The Coalition, composed of the Consumers’ Association of Canada (CAC), Council of Senior Citizens Organizations of British Columbia (COSCO), National Pensioners Federation (NPF) and Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) (
Comité pour le service cellulaire équitable L'Islet (
Consumers Council of Canada (;
Deaf Wireless Canada Consultative Committee (
Media Access Canada, on behalf of the Access 2020 Coalition of Disabilities Stakeholders (
Union des consommateurs (

Other Parties

Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (;
Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services Inc. (
Community Legal Aid (
Dr. Catherine Middleton, Canada Research Chair, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University and Dr. Tamara Shepherd, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Media and Film, University of Calgary (;
Forum for Research and Policy in Communications (;
Group of Students from Huntington University at Laurentian University (
Group of researchers composed of Marina Pavlovic, Mary Cavanagh, Sean Grassie and Lora Hamilton (
Ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec et l'Office de la protection du consommateur (
Vaxination Informatique (

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