ARCHIVED - Telecom Procedural Letter Addressed to Laurence Chénard and Mathieu Quenneville (Bélanger Sauvé avocats LLP and Prévost Fortin D’Aoust avocats)

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Ottawa, 3 April 2018

Our reference: 8690-V84-201704198


Ms. Laurence Chénard
Bélanger Sauvé avocats LLP
Representative, City of Terrebonne
5 Place Ville Marie, Office 900
Montreal, Quebec  H8B 2G2

Mr. Mathieu Quenneville
Prévost Fortin D’Aoust avocats
Representative, Carriers
20845 Chemin de la Côte du Nord, Office 500
Boisbriand, Quebec  J7E 4H5

RE: Request to suspend the application filed under Part 1 by the City of Terrebonne for a Municipal Access Agreement – Procedural Letter

Dear Madam, Sir:

On 12 May 2017, the Commission received a Part 1 application from the City of Terrebonne (Terrebonne) for approval of a proposed Municipal Access Agreement (MAA).

In September and November 2017, Terrebonne asked the Commission to suspend the file, indicating that negotiations had been held between the parties which justified the suspension of the Part I. Bell Canada, Vidéotron G.P., Rogers Communications G.P., Telus Communications Company and Cogeco Connexion Inc. (collectively, the Carriers) indicated that they consented to these requests. The file was suspended, the last time until 30 March 2018.

On 28 March 2018, Terrebonne again asked the Commission to further extend the suspension of the file, this time until 30 April 2018, indicating that negotiations are still being held between the parties which justified the suspension of the Part I. On 29 March 2017, the Commission also received a letter from the Carriers indicating that they agreed to the request to further suspend the file submitted by Terrebonne until 30 April 2018.

In light of the above, the above-mentioned file is suspended. Terrebonne is asked to indicate, no later than 30 April 2018, whether it wishes to reactivate, withdraw or request an extension of the suspension of its Part I application.


Original signed by

Michel Murray
Director, Dispute Resolution and Regulatory Implementation
Telecommunications Sector
c.c. : Danny Moreau, CRTC,
Bell Canada,
Rogers Communications,
TELUS Communications Company,

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