Telecom Commission Letter addressed to Philippe Gauvin (Bell Canada) and Howard Slawner (Rogers Communications Canada Inc.)
Ottawa, 23 January 2020
Our reference: 8638-B2-201905879
Assistant General Counsel
Floor 19, 160 Elgin Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K2P 2C4
Vice President, Regulatory Telecom
Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
359 Bloor Street East, 6th Fl.
Toronto, Ontario, M4W 0A1
RE: Part 1 Application by Bell Canada to allow Bell Canada and its affiliates to temporarily block certain potential verified fraudulent and scam voice calls on a trial basis File No. 8638-B2-201905879 – Request for late intervener status by Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
Dear Mr. Gauvin and Mr. Slawner,
The Commission has received a request from Rogers Communications Canada Inc. (Rogers) dated 23 January 2020 for permission to participate as an intervener in the above-named proceeding and to have access to confidential information subject to signing a non-disclosure agreement to the extent permitted in Compliance and Enforcement and Telecom Decision CRTC 2020-7.
Bell Canada may file an answer to this request by 24 January 2020, serving a copy on Rogers by that date.
Rogers may file a reply to Bell Canada’s response by 27 January 2020, serving a copy on Bell Canada by that date.
Original signed by
Director, Telecommunications Enforcement, CRTC
c.c: Claude Doucet, Secretary General, CRTC, email@example.com
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