Telecom Commission Letter addressed to Philippe Gauvin (Bell Canada) and Andy Kaplan-Myrth (TekSavvy Solutions Inc.)
Ottawa, 27 January 2020
Our reference: 8638-B2-201905879
Assistant General Counsel
Floor 19, 160 Elgin Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K2P 2C4
Vice President, Regulatory & Carrier Affairs
TekSavvy Solutions Inc.
800 Richmond Street
Chatham, Ontario, N2M 5J5
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 TekSavvy Solutions Inc.
Dear Mr. Gauvin and Mr. Kaplan-Myrth,
The Commission has received a request from TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy) dated 24 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 29 January 2020, serving a copy on TekSavvy by that date.
TekSavvy may file a reply to Bell Canada’s response by 30 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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