Public Notice 2001-110: 8669-C12-01/01

2001/10/31 - Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless service providers


2019-04-26 - Telecom Decision 2019-120 - CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report recommending updates to the wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy thresholds originally approved in Telecom Decision 2017-119 - Public record: 8669-C12-01/01

2014-08-06 - Telecom Order 2014-415 CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report regarding wireless enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II location accuracy requirements. File number: 8669-C12-01/01

2009-02-02 - Telecom regulatory policy 2009-40 Implementation of wireless Phase II E9-1-1 service
File number: 8638-C12-200314641 and 8669-C12-01/01

2003/09/25 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2003-53-1  The Commission is issuing a revised Appendix B to Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for emergency services offered by wireless service providers, Telecom Decision CRTC 2003 53, 12 August 2003. Reference: 8669-M16-01/01 and 8669-C12-01/01.

2003/08/12 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2003-53  Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for emergency services offered by wireless service providers. Reference: 8669-M16-01/01 and 8669-C12-01/01.

2002/04/24 - Telecom Cost Order CRTC 2002-5 The Commission approves the application by Action Réseau Consommateur (ARC), the Consumers' Association of Canada, Fédération des associations coopératives d'économie familiale and the National Anti-Poverty Organization (ARC et al.) for an award of costs in respect of PN 2001-110. Pursuant to section 56(1) of the Telecommunications Act, the Commission fixes the amount payable at $1,394.66. Reference: 4754-204 and 8669-C12-01/01.

Reference:  8669-M16-01/01 - Microcell Telecommunications Inc. - Applications for Mandated Provision of Wireless Enhanced 9-1-1 Network Access Service


1. Commission Documents
2. List of Interested Parties
3. Correspondence to the Commission
4. Comments
5. Reply Comments
      Phase I
      Phase II
6. Miscellaneous Documents

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1. Commission Documents

2016-02-16 - Commission Letter - Files #: 8669-C12-01/01 & 8621-C12-01/08 - Description: Letter addressed to Distribution list - Subject: Wireless enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II location accuracy requirements

2015-07-27 - Commission Letter
File #: 8669-C12-01/01 & 8621-C12-01/08
Description: Letter addressed to various parties - Subject: Wireless enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II location accuracy requirements

2002/01/14 - Commission Letter
Letter addressed to Interested Parties to Public Notice 2001-110- Re: Additional round of reply comments for Public Notice 2001-110 - Conditions of service for wireless CLECs and for 9-1-1 services offered by WSPs

2001/12/24 - Commission Letter - English Version Only - "Hard Copy Document"
Files #: 8661-C25-03/01, 8665-C12-13/01, 8669-C12-01/01, 8740-B2-6629/01
Letter addressed to Bell Canada - Re: Date for reply comments is extended

2001/11/14 - Commission Letter - English Version Only - "Hard Copy Document"
Letter addressed to TELUS Corporation, Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless Inc. - Re: Extension of submissions' deadlines for Public Notice 2001-110 - Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless services providers


3. Correspondence to the Commission

2003/07/24 - Industry Canada
Description:  Thank ou for your letter dated June 3, 2003 regarding 911 Cellular Telephone Service public safety concerns.
Document: 030724.pdf - 122KB

2003/03/13 - Ministry of Public Safety and Security
Description:  We urge the Commission to act swiftly on matters related to 9-1-1 wireless service identified under PN 2001-110.
Document: 030313.pdf - 50KB

2001/12/21 - Microcell Telecommunications Inc.
Microcell Telecommunications Inc. ("Microcell") is in receipt of Bell's correspondence to the Commission dated December 20, 2001, entitled "Early January Filing Deadlines".
Document: 011221.doc - 23KB

2001/12/20 - Bell Canada
In reviewing ongoing filing requirements, it has become apparent to the Company that it is faced with a number of filings in the week during which affected departments return to normal staffing levels following the holiday period.
Document: 011220_3.doc - KB

2001/11/09 - Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc. and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (collectively, the Companies)
The Companies are in agreement with the observations of both RWI and Bell Mobility that Public Notice 2001-110 addresses two very complex issues and that interested parties will require additional time to analyze and formulate their positions.
Document:  011109_1.doc - 116KB

2001/11/07 - Bell Mobility
Bell Mobility is in receipt of a letter from Rogers Wireless Inc. (RWI), dated 6 November 2001, which expresses "serious concern" with the short timeframes that have been adopted by the Commission within the Notice and requests, in Bell Mobility's view.
Document: 011107.doc - 31KB

2001/11/06 - Rogers Wireless Inc.
Within the PN, the Commission has requested views regarding a number of complex issues regarding two very different matters: equal access arrangements for wireless competitive local exchange carriers ("CLECs"); and 9-1-1 arrangements for wireless CLECs and wireless service providers ("WSPs").
Document: 011106.doc - 34KB


4. Comments

2002/05/13 - Bell Canada
Bell Canada (or the Company) is in receipt of comments from Rogers Wireless Inc. (RWI), dated 2 May 2002, related to TELUS Communications Inc. (TCI) Tariff Notice No. 487 (TN 487) dated 2 April 2002.
Document: 020513.doc - 66KB

2002/05/09 - TELUS Communications Inc.
Description: TCI is in receipt of comments from Rogers Wireless Inc. ("RWI"), dated May 2, 2002, regarding the Company's Tariff Notice No. 487 ("TN 487"), dated April 2, 2002.
Document : 020509.doc - 41KB

2002/05/02 - Rogers Wireless Inc.
Public Notice CRTC 2001-110 - RWI Comments.
Document: 020502.doc - 41KB

2002/01/28 - Greater Vancouver Regional District
This letter is submitted on behalf of the B.C. 9-1-1 Service Providers Association. We appreciate the opportunity to comment on the various responses to Public Notice 2001-110.
Document: 020128.doc - 30KB

2002/01/25 - County of Oxford - "Hard Copy Document"
Oxford County Council, at its meeting held on January 23, 2002, endorsed the resolution from the County of Essex requesting Provincial and Federal government support in obtaining permission from the CRTC for the use of Bell Canada's data base for community emergency notification systems.

2002/01/23 - County of Elgin - "Hard Copy Document"
The Council of the Corporation of the County of Elgin, at its January 22, meeting, adopted the following resolution: "THAT the Council of the County of Elgin supports the resolution of the County of Essex requesting permission from the CRTC for use of Bell Canada's data base for community emergency notification systems".

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2002/01/17 - Ville de Montréal et l'Union des municipalités du Québec (McCarthy Tétrault)
Suite à la procédure établie dans l'Avis public 2001-110, telle que modifiée par la lettre du Conseil le 24 décembre 2001, veuillez trouver ci-joint les observations en réplique déposées au nom de la Ville de Montréal et de l'Union des municipalités du Québec.
Document: 020117.zip - 15KB

2002/01/15 - Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs - "Hard Copy Document"
Pursuant to the procedure established in Public Notice 2001-110, attached are the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board comments which the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs endorses.

2002/01/11 - London Police - "Hard Copy Document"
The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, upon the advice of its Information and Technology Committee, strongly endorses the submission from the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board related to the above-noted Public Notice.

2002/01/11 - Central York Fire Services - "Hard Copy Document"
As the representative on the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board representing the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs, I strongly endorse the position of the Board in their submission with respect to the above noted Public Notice.

2002/01/07 - Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police - "Hard Copy Document"
The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, upon the advice of their Information and Technology Committee, strongly endorse the submission from the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board related to the above noted Public Notice.

2002/01/07 - York Regional Police - "Hard Copy Document"
York Regional Police will, in April take over complete responsibility for the initial handling of 9-1-1 emergency calls places in York Region.

2001/12/14 - TELUS Communications Inc.
These comments are being submitted by TELUS without prejudice to the further participation of the company in this proceeding.
Document: 011214.doc - 91KB

2001/12/14 - Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc.
Comments of Primus Canada copied to Interested Parties PN CRTC 2001-110.
Document: 011214.doc - 55KB

2001/12/14 - The Companies
Further to the Commission's directives in Public Notice 2001-110 - Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless service providers, the following comments are submitted on behalf of Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc., Northwestel Inc. and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (collectively, the Companies).
Document: 011214.doc - 177KB

2001/12/14 - Alberta E9-1-1 Advisory Association (AEAA)
The Alberta E9-1-1 Advisory Association (AEAA) is filing the attached comments in relation to the above noted proceeding.
Document: 011214.doc - 83KB

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2001/12/14 - Microcell Telecommunications Inc.
PN 2001-110: Comments submitted by Microcell Telecommunications on behalf of Microcell Connexions and Microcell Solutions.
Document: 011214.zip - 51KB

2001/12/14 - Rogers Wireless Inc.
Rogers Wireless Inc. ("RWI") is pleased to submit the following comments associated with Public Notice CRTC 2001-110 ("the PN").
Document: 011214.doc - 75KB

2001/12/14 - Communauté urbaine de Montréal et de l'Union des municipalités du Québec
La CUM et l'UMQ ont pris connaissance de l'Avis public CRTC 2001-110 et elles désirent fournir des observations sur les questions soulevées au paragraphe 16 de l'Avis public CRTC 2001-110.
Document: 011214.doc - 52KB

2001/12/14 - Bell Mobility
The following comments are filed by Bell Mobility pursuant to the procedure established by the Commission in: Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless service providers, Public Notice 2001-110.
Document: 011214_2.doc - 53KB

2001/12/13 - ARC et al / PIAC
The following comments are provided by Action Réseau Consommateur, the Consumer's Association of Canada, and Fédération des Associations Coopératifs d'économie familiale ("ARC" et al") in response to the above-mentioned Public Notice
Document: 011213.doc - 38KB

2001/12/13 - Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB)
Comments from the OAB regarding Public Notice CRTC 2001-110.Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless service providers
Document: 011213.doc - 49KB

2001/12/13 - Greater Vancouver Regional District
Here are the comments from the B.C. 9-1-1 Service Providers Association on CRTC Public Notice 2001-110.
Document: 011213.doc - 120KB

2001/12/05 - Corporation of the County of Essex - "Hard Copy Document"
The following resolution of Essex County Council's Government Services Committee, Planning and Emergency Services, was adopted by Council on November 21, 2001.

2001/12/05 - Corporation of the County Essex - "Hard Copy Document"
Essex County Council has identified a need for an emergency notification system in Essex County to inform residents as quickly as possible that an emergency situation exists, and to advise them of actions that should be taken under the circumstances.

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2001/11/09 - TELUS Communications Inc.
TELUS is also in receipt of a letter from Rogers Wireless Inc. (RWI), dated 6 November 2001, which expresses "serious concern" with the short timeframes that have been adopted by the Commission within the Notice, requesting a very reasonable extension to the timeframes set out by the Commission in order to consider the very complex issues raised.
Document:  011109.doc - 62KB


5. Reply Comments

Phase II

2002/02/08 - Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB)
Please find attached the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board response to correspondence submitted by Bell Mobility this date.
Document: 020208.doc - 26KB

2002/02/08 - Bell Mobility
Bell Mobility is in receipt of reply comments, in the above noted proceeding, from the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB), dated 28 January 2002.
Document: 020208_3.doc - 26KB

2002/01/28 - Alberta E9-1-1 Advisory Association
The Alberta E9-1-1 Advisory Association (AEAA) is providing this letter in support of the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB) January 28, 2002 reply comments submission.
Document: 020128.doc - 79KB

2002/01/28 - TELUS Communications Inc.
In accordance with the procedures set out in Public Notice CRTC 2001-110, and as amended in the Commission's letters with respect to this proceeding dated November 14, 2001, and January 14, 2002, TELUS Communications Inc. and TELE-MOBILE COMPANY (hereinafter collectively referred to as "TELUS") provide the following further Reply Comments in response to Reply Comments submitted January 17, 2002.
Document: 020128.doc - 88KB

2002/01/28 - Microcell Telecommunications Inc.
In accordance with the above-referenced Public Notice and subsequent Commission correspondence modifying filing dates and procedure, Microcell Telecommunications Inc. is pleased to submit the attached "Further Reply Comments" on behalf of both Microcell Connexions Inc. and Microcell Solutions Inc.
Document: 020128.zip - 17KB

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2002/01/28 - Rogers Wireless Inc.
Rogers Wireless Inc. ("RWI") is pleased to submit the following additional reply comments associated with Public Notice CRTC 2001-110 ("the PN").
Document: 020128.doc - 43KB

2002/01/28 - Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB)
Pursuant to the procedure established in Public Notice 2001-110, attached are the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board reply comments to submissions forwarded by other Interested Parties.
Document: 020128.doc - 70KB

2002/01/28 - Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc., Northwestel Inc. and Saskatchewan Telecommunications
Further to the Commission's directives in Public Notice 2001-110, Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless service providers, and as amended by the subsequent email dated 14 January 2002, the following reply comments are submitted on behalf of Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc., Northwestel Inc., and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (including SaskTel Mobility), (collectively, the Companies).
Document: 020128_1.doc - 146KB

2002/01/28 - Ville de Montréal et de l'Union des municipalités du Québec (McCarthy Tétrault)
Suite à la procédure établie dans l'Avis public 2001-110, telle que modifiée par la lettre du Conseil le 24 décembre 2001, et par son courriel le 14 janvier 2002, veuillez trouver ci-joint les observations en réponse déposées au nom de la Ville de Montréal et de l'Union des municipalités du Québec.
Document: 020128.zip - 18KB

Phase I

2002/01/17 - Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc., Northwestel Inc., and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (including SaskTel Mobility)
Further to the Commission's directives in Public Notice 2001-110, Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless service providers, the following reply comments are submitted on behalf of Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc., Northwestel Inc., and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (including SaskTel Mobility), (collectively, the Companies).
Document: 020117_1.doc - 179KB

2002/01/17 - Alberta E9-1-1 Advisory Association (AEAA)
The Alberta E9-1-1 Advisory Association (AEAA) is providing this letter in support of the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB) January 17, 2002 reply comments submission.
Document: 020117.doc - 218KB

2002/01/17 - Microcell Telecommunications Inc.
In accordance with the above-referenced Public Notice and subsequent Commission correspondence modifying filing dates, Microcell Telecommunications Inc. is pleased to submit the attached reply comments on behalf of both Microcell Connexions Inc. and Microcell Solutions Inc.
Document: 020117.zip - 55KB

2002/01/17 - Rogers Wireless Inc.
Rogers Wireless Inc. ("RWI") is pleased to submit the following reply comments associated with Public Notice CRTC 2001-110 ("the PN").
Document: 020117.zip - 31KB

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2002/01/17 - Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB)
Pursuant to the procedure established in Public Notice 2001-110, appended are the Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board reply comments to date.
Document: 020117.zip - 865KB

2002/01/17 - Bell Mobility
The following reply comments are filed by Bell Mobility pursuant to the procedure established by the Commission in: Conditions of service for wireless competitive local exchange carriers and for 9-1-1 services offered by wireless service providers, Public Notice 2001-110, 31 October 2001 (the Notice) and as further modified in the Commission's letter of 14 November 2001.
Document: 020117.doc - 37KB

2002/01/17 - TELUS Communications Inc.
In accordance with the procedures set out in Public Notice CRTC 2001-110, and as amended in the Commission's letter with respect to this proceeding dated November 14, 2001, TELUS Communications Inc. and TELE-MOBILE COMPANY (hereinafter collectively referred to as "TELUS") provide the following Reply Comments.
Document: 020117.doc - 90KB

2002/01/07 - ARC et al
On behalf of ARC et al, we are in receipt of comments in this proceeding from The Companies, TELUS, Primus, Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless, Microcell, Alberta #911 Advisory Association, BC 911 Service Providers Association, Ontario 911 Advisory Board, and la Communauté urbaine de Montréal et de l'Union des municipalités du Quebéc. The following are ARC et al's reply comments.
Document: 020107.doc - 32KB


6. Miscellaneous Documents

2002/02/13 - Microcell Telecommunications Inc.
Microcell Telecommunications Inc. ("Microcell") is in receipt of a letter from Bell Canada, on behalf of itself, Aliant Telecom Inc., MTS Communications Inc. and Saskatchewan Telecommunications Inc. ("Bell et al") dated February 8 regarding the above noted Application for Costs.
Document: 020213.doc - 28KB

2002/02/08 - Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc., and Saskatchewan Telecommunications Inc.
Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc., and Saskatchewan Telecommunications Inc. (collectively, the Companies) have received the application for costs of ARC et al in the above noted proceeding, by letter dated 31 January 2002.
Document: 020208_2.doc - 117KB

2002/02/04 - Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association
The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association ("CWTA") is in receipt of an application for Costs (the "Application") dated January 31, 2002, filed pursuant to s.44 of the CRTC Telecommunications Rules of Procedure, and Public Notice CRTC 98-11 by Action Réseau Consommateur, the Consumers' Association of Canada, and Fédération des Associations Coopératifs d'économie familiale ("ARC et al").
Document: 020204.doc - 39KB

2002/01/31 - ARC et al
Description: Action Réseau Consommateur, the Consumers' Association of Canada, and Fédération des Associations Coopératifs d'économie familiale ("ARC et al") hereby apply for an award of costs to cover their participation in this proceeding.
Document: 020131.doc - 31KB

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