ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Commission Letter addressed to Steven Mason (Counsel to Bell Canada) and Richard Vachon (Counsel to QMI/TVA)

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Ottawa, 15 April 2019

Our reference: 1011-NOC2019-0106


Steven Mason
Counsel to Bell Canada

Richard Vachon
Counsel to QMI/TVA

Re:  Procedural request — Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2019-106 CRTC Hearing 17 April 2019

Dear Sirs,

The Commission is in receipt of Bell Canada’s procedural request of 12 April 2019 in which it requests that parties be required to identify any preliminary issues that they plan to raise at the hearing.

The Commission hereby grants this request in part.  Parties will be required to identify, in writing, by no later than 12:00 pm EST on 16 April 2019 any preliminary issues that they plan to raise at the hearing related to TVA Group Inc.’s compliance with section 15 of the Discretionary Services Regulations and the possibility of the imposition of a mandatory order or the suspension of the licence of TVA Sports.

Yours sincerely,

Claude Doucet
Secretary General

cc:        Peggy Tabet
Rob Malcolmson

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