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Ottawa, 26 June 2018

Our reference: 1011-NOC2018-0214


Dallas Yeulett
Senior Manager, Regulatory Compliance
Northwestel Inc.
301 Lambert Street, P.O. Box 2727
Whitehorse, YT  Y1A 4Y4

Re:   Review of the price cap and local forbearance regimes, Telecom Notice of Consultation 2018-214Footnote1 – Requests for information

Dear Mr. Yeulett:

Pursuant to paragraph 32 of Telecom Notice of Consultation 2018-214, attached are requests for information from the Commission.

Responses to these requests for information are to be filed with the Commission by 10 September 2018. The responses must be received, not merely sent, by that date.


Original signed by

John Macri
Director, Policy Framework
Telecommunications Sector

c.c.: Christine Brock, CRTC, (819) 997-4557,

attach (1)


Requests for information addressed to Northwestel Inc. (Northwestel)

For the purpose of the following requests for information:

The information is to be provided as of 30 June 2018, unless otherwise indicated, and separately for each province or territory where the company serves as an ILEC.

  1. Provide the following information, separately for high-cost serving areas (HCSAs) and non-HCSAs in Microsoft Excel tables using the format below:
    1. the total of number residential customers served; and
    2. the total number of stand-alone residential PES customers.
  2. Regulated HCSAs
    Province/territory (a) Total of number residential customers served (b) Total number of stand-alone residential PES customers
    Yukon 1000 2,500
    Regulated Non-HCSAs
    Province/territory (a) Total of number residential customers served (b) Total number of stand-alone residential PES customers
    Yukon 9000 500
  3. Provide the annual revenues filed with the 2018 price cap filing for i) the HCSA residential services basket and ii) the non-HCSA residential services basket.
  4. Provide the approved stand-alone residential PES rates in HCSAs and in non-HCSAs.
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