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Ottawa, 1 August 2017

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RE:  Follow-up to Telecom Decision CRTC 2016-379 - Implementation of a disaggregated wholesale high-speed access (HSA) services, including over fibre-to-the premises access facilities – Process letter

Dear Madams/Sirs:

This letter addresses further process for the tariff applications related to the disaggregated wholesale high-speed access (HSA) services filed as a follow-up to Telecom Decision 2016-379.

On 9 January 2017, Bell Canada, Cogeco Communications Inc. on behalf of Cogeco Connexion Inc. (Cogeco), Rogers Communications Canada Inc. (RCCI), and Quebecor Media Inc. on behalf of its affiliate Videotron G.P. (Videotron), filed tariff applications with proposed rates and cost studies for their disaggregated wholesale high speed access (HAS) services. On 31 January 2017 Bell Canada filed its tariff application with proposed rates and cost studies for its meet-me point. On 28 February 2017, Cogeco filed a tariff application for its Ethernet passive optical network (EPON) based fibre to the premises (FTTP) access service. On 20 March 2017, Bell Canada filed updated cost studies for its disaggregated wholesale HSA service and included cost studies for multiple scenarios. On 21 April 2017, Bell Canada filed a tariff application with proposed rates and cost studies for its bonded fibre-to-the-node access service.

By letter dated 9 March 2017, Commission staff, for efficiency purposes, suspended interventions with respect to the tariff applications that had been filed for the disaggregated wholesale HSA services until further notice.

Commission staff sets out the following process for the filing of interventions and reply regarding the tariff applications related to disaggregated wholesale HSA services (outlined above and listed in the attachment):

A Commission staff letter providing additional information on process concerning requests for information will be sent out in due course.

Please contact Tom Vilmansen ( at (819) 997-9253 or myself ( at (819) 953-5414 should you have any questions in regards to this letter.


Original signed by

Lyne Renaud
Director, Competitor Services and Costing Implementation

Telecommunications Sector
c.c.: Tom Vilmansen, CRTC, 819-997-9253,


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Bell Canada TN 7522, 7522/A: 8740-B2-201700055 - Disaggregated Broadband Service (DBS)
Bell Canada TN 7524, 7524/A: 8740-B2-201700542 - Disaggregated Broadband Service (DBS) Meet-me Point (DMMP) Service
Bell Canada TN 7534: 8740-B2-201703463 - Disaggregated Broadband Service (DBS) Bonded FTTN Access
Cogeco TN 56: 8740-C6-201700097 - Disaggregated Third Party Internet Access (TPIA) services
Cogeco TN 57: 8740-C6-201701392 - Disaggregated TPIA services over EPON/FTTH
RCCI TN 48: 8740-R28-201700071 - Disaggregated Third Party Internet Access (TPIA) services
Videotron TN 53: 8740-V3-201700063 - Disaggregated Third Party Internet Access (TPIA) services

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