2008-12-01 - 8621-C12-01/08 - CISC - General Correspondence



CISC Decisions

2019-04-29 - Telecom Decision CRTC - 2019-123 - CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE125A regarding return of central office codes to the Numbering Plan Area 250 assignment pool - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08 and 8698-C12-200700345

2019-01-29 - Telecom Decision CRTC - 2019-24 - CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE124A regarding the streamlining of the relief planning process - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2019-01-29 - Telecom Decision CRTC - 2019-23 - CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE122A regarding updates to the Central Office Code (NXX) Assignment Guideline - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2019-01-21 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2019-16 - CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE123A regarding the sunset of the Canadian Adjunct to the INC International Inbound NPA (INT/NPA/NXX) Assignment Guidelines - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-09-07 - Telecom Decision CRTC - 2018-357 - CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Non-consensus report 1540RE04 on the status of third-party Internet access installation orders and trouble tickets, and related process guidelines - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-08-03 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-241-1 - CISC Network Working Group – Non-consensus report on quality of service metrics to define high-quality fixed broadband Internet access service - Public record: 8663-C12-201503186 and 8621-C12-01/08

2018-07-13 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-241 - CISC Network Working Group – Non-consensus report on quality of service metrics to define high-quality fixed broadband Internet access service - Public record: 8663-C12-201503186 and 8621-C12-01/08

2018-06-28 - Telecom Decision CRTC - 2018-217- CISC Emergency Services Working Group consensus items – Next-generation 9-1-1 technical and operational considerations and trial logistics - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-03-29 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-108 - CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus reports on a proposed wireless public alerting test alert schedule and methodology - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-03-08 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-85 - CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus report on a proposed wireless public alerting awareness and education campaign - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-02-23 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-79 - CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report ESRE0077 regarding cybersecurity best practices for public safety answering points in a Canadian 9-1-1 ecosystem - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-02-15 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-62 - CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE096a regarding readiness of Canadian carriers to implement enhanced Transport Layer Security via Applicability Statement 2 - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-02-06 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-51 - CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE121A regarding an update of unassignable NXXs in the Canadian Non-Geographic Code Assignment Guideline - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2018-01-05 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-4 - CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Report regarding the impacts of wireless service providers’ Wi-Fi calling services on 9-1-1 services - Public record: 8621-C12-01/08

2017-08-02 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2017-226-1 - CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report ESRE0071 regarding wireless 9-1-1 test calls to public safety answering points - Corrections

2017-06-30 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2017-226 - CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report ESRE0071 regarding wireless 9-1-1 test calls to public safety answering points

2017-06-16 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2017-203 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE120A regarding 555 line numbers - File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2017-04-21 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2017-108 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE095a regarding revisions to the On-boarding of New Trading Partners Guide
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2017-02-03 - Telecom decision CRTC 2017-38 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE119A regarding setting aside numbering plan area (NPA) codes to be used for relief of existing Canadian NPAs forecast to exhaust in the next 10 years - File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2017-02-02 - Telecom decision CRTC 2017-34 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE118A regarding proposed revisions to the Canadian Adjunct to the Industry Numbering Committee Carrier Identification Code Assignment Guidelines - File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2017-02-02 - Telecom decision CRTC - 2017-31 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE093c regarding revised Canadian Data Interchange Guidelines - File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2016-04-26 - Telecom decision CRTC - 2016-150 CISC Business Process Working Group ‒ Consensus report BPRE093b regarding revised Canadian Data Interchange Guidelines - File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2016-04-14 - Telecom decision CRTC 2016-134 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE089b regarding the standard billing and collection agreement
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2016-02-10 - Telecom decision CRTC 2016-55 CISC Business Process Working Group – Revised Model PIC/CARE Handbook. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2016-02-10 - Telecom decision CRTC 2016-54 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE116a – Updated Canadian Emergency Service Routing Digit Block Assignment Guideline. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-12-18 - Telecom decision CRTC 2015-560 CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Final consensus report regarding the location of Femto and distributed small cell antennas for 9-1-1 services. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-11-30 - Telecom decision CRTC 2015-531 CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report regarding a Next-Generation 9-1-1 network architecture standard for Canada. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-11-26 - Telecom decision CRTC - 2015-526 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE091a – Installation, Testing and Maintenance Guidelines. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-11-06 - Telecom decision CRTC - 2015-496 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Revised Canadian International Mobile Subscriber Identity Guideline. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-10-26 - Telecom decision CRTC - 2015-480 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE094a regarding changes to the Network Management Guidelines. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-09-23 - Telecom decision CRTC 2015-435 CISC Business Process Working Group - Upgrade schedule for the secure exchange of data files between telecommunications service providers and software vendors (report BPRE093a). File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-09-21 - Telecom decision CRTC 2015-432 CISC Network Working Group – Consensus report on recommendations to deal with telephony denial of service attacks against public safety answering points. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-06-15 - Telecom decision CRTC 2015-255 CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report on monitoring the wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers - File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-01-14 - Telecom decision CRTC 2015-9 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE074a – On-boarding of New Trading Partners Guide. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2015-01-09 - Telecom decision CRTC 2015-4 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE109A – Canadian Non-geographic Code Assignment Guideline. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2014-12-18 - Telecom decision CRTC 2014-662 Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report regarding the location of small cell antennas for 9-1-1 services File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2014-11-27 - Telecom decision CRTC 2014-618 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE108A regarding changes to the Canadian N11 Notification & Implementation Guideline File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2014-11-20 - Telecom decision CRTC 2014-603 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE106A. File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2014-08-01 - Telecom decision CRTC 2014-404 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus reports CNRE102A, CNRE104A, and CNRE105A related to various numbering administration guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2014-08-01 - Telecom decision CRTC 2014-403 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus reports BPRE077d, BPRE082b, and BPRE090a related to various guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2014-02-07 - Broadcasting and Telecom decision CRTC 2014-48 CISC Business Process Working Group – Non-consensus report BPRE083c regarding service cancellation requests and disconnections in the customer transfer process
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2014-01-09 - Telecom decision CRTC 2014-6 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report regarding processes for calculating and billing local service request rejection charges
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2013-10-31 - Telecom decision CRTC 2013-584 CISC Canadian Steering Committee on Numbering – Consensus report CNRE101A regarding application processes for test central office codes and plant test codes
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2013-09-06 -Telecom decision CRTC 2013-477 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE077c – Basic Listing Interchange File (BLIF) Agreement
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2013-07-24 -Telecom decision CRTC 2013-350 CISC consensus report- Customer transfer process maps
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2013-05-23 - Telecom decision CRTC 2013-261 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE083a and non-consensus report BPRE083b regarding the customer transfer process
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2013-04-02 - Telecom decision CRTC 2013-168 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE085a - Carrier Services Group (CSG) Related Documentation and agreement updates
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2013-03-14 - Telecom decisions CRTC 2013-124
CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report regarding the In-Call Location Update feature trial and implementation
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2012-12-11 - Telecom decisions CRTC 2012-674 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus reportBPRE077b ‒ Basic Listing Interchange File (BLIF) and Complex Listing Interchange Form (CLIF) guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2012-10-17 - Telecom decisions CRTC 2012-570 CISC Network Working Group – Consensus reports NTRE050, NTRE051, and NTRE052 regarding IP network interconnections for voice services
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2012-10-17 - Telecom decisions CRTC 2012-569 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE086a regarding IP network interconnection for voice services
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2012-09-28 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2012-524 CISC consensus report – Canadian Numbering Resource Utilization Forecast (C-NRUF) Guideline
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2012-08-24 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2012-455 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report (BPRE070b) and the updated Special MALI (BPAGSMALI1.1)
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2012-02-16 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2012-101 CISC Emergency Service Working Group – Status update on the Text to 9-1-1 trial
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-12-19 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-792 CISC consensus report – Basic Listing Interchange File (BLIF) Guidelines (Version 2.0)
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-09-08 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-574 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE070a regarding Type III and Type IV CLEC agreement requirements
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-08-05 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-472 CISC consensus reports – Manual equipment records, customer transfer process maps, and contact and escalation list
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-05-19 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-337 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus report – 9-1-1 Test Bed Interconnection
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-05-11 - Telecom Decision CRTC - 2011-309 CISC consensus reports – Emergency Services Working Group
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-04-29 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-280 CISC consensus items – Guidelines for unbundled loops and number portability and guideline for central office code assignment
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-03-11 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-177 CISC consensus report – Wireless E9-1-1 Phase II Stage 2 Feature Analysis
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-02-11 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-92 CISC Business Process Working Group – Non-consensus report BPRE075a regarding fulfillment of Type III and IV CLEC obligations
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2011-01-28 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-57 CISC consensus reports – CSCN Guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-10-22 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-784 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item - Reservation of area codes for future area code relief
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-09-29 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-724 CISC consensus report – Canadian Numbering Resource Utilization Forecast (C NRUF) Guideline
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-09-29 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-723 CISC consensus report – Competitor quality of service indicators regarding Applicability Statement 2
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-09-10 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-680 CISC Business Process Working Group – Consensus report BPRE079a – Reduction of local service request rejections
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-07-27 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-520 CISC consensus item – Electronic Exchange of LSR and LSC Data
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-06-22 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-401 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item – 9YY NXX Code Assignment Guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-05-21 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-303 CISC consensus item – Installation, Testing and Maintenance Guidelines for Unbundled Loops and Number Portability
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-05-14 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-281 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item – Revised Canadian Central Office Code (NXX) Assignment Guideline
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-05-14 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-280 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item – Carrier Identification Code Assignment Guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-04-29 - Telecom decision CRTC 2010-240 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item – Personal Communications Services Code Assignment Guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-03-26 - Telecom decision CRTC 2010-186 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee consensus item – Network Management Guidelines
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2010-03-12 - Telecom decisions CRTC 2010-152 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus item
File number: 8621 C12 01/08

2010-03-12 - Telecom decisions CRTC 2010-151 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus item
File number: 8621 C12 01/08

2010-03-12 - Telecom Decisions CRTC 2010-150 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus item
File number: 8621 C12 01/08

2010-02-26 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-118 CISC Business Process Working Group – Non consensus report BPRE071a
– Minimum requirement for the exchange of local service request and local service confirmation data
File number: 8621 C12 01/08

2009-11-06 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-697 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Stage 2 features of wireless Phase II E9-1-1 service implementation
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2009-10-23 - Telecom decision CRTC 2009-664 CISC Business Process Working Group – Non-consensus report BPRE069a regarding the competitor digital network DS-1 service process
File numbers: 8621-C12-01/08 and 8660-M59-200816994

2009-08-20 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-512 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee - Consensus item
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2009-06-04 Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-328 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Wireless Phase II E9-1-1 service consensus reports
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2009-06-02 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-322 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus items
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2009-05-15 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-281 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus item
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2009-03-12 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-139 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus items
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2009-02-24 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-88 CISC Network Working Group – Non-consensus report NTRE044 regarding the calculation of bill and keep trunking requirements and the imbalanced minutes for the application of the imbalance tariff
File number: 8621-C12-01/08

2009-02-18 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-78 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Non-consensus report on the necessity of a cable carrier technician visit for an installation or transfer to an independent Internet service provider
File number:  8621-C12-01/08

2009-01-22 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-25 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee – Consensus items
Reference : 8621-C12-01/08

2008-12-16 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2008-120 CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee - Consensus items
Reference: 8621-C12-01/08


Commission Letters

2019-01-29 - Commission Letter
Description: Letter addressed to the Distribution List - Subject:Extension Request for CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee Ad Hoc 1540 Wholesale High-speed Access Working Group – Update of the Proposed Process Guidelines for Third-Party Internet Access Service Orders and Trouble Tickets

2017-12-20 - Commission Letter
Description: Letter addressed to CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee Emergency Services Working Group - Subject: CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee (CISC) Emergency Services Working Group (ESWG) requests for extension for submission of next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) implementation reports

2016-08-17 - Commission Letter - Attachment
Description: Letter addressed to the CISC Emergency Services Working Group (ESWG) Subject: CRTC Staff Report on Wireless Carriers’ 9-1-1 Caller Location Accuracy Performance

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

2016-01-22 - Commission Letter - Attachment
Description: Letter addressed to the CRTC Emergency Services Working Group (ESWG) re CRTC Staff Report on Wireless Carriers’ 9-1-1 Caller Location Accuracy Performance

2015-09-04 - Commission Letter
File #: 8665-C12-20080794 and 8621-C12-01/08
Description: Letter addressed to Mobilicity - Subject: Text with 9-1-1 service implementation for Mobilicity customers

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

2014-04-11 - Commission Letter
File #: 8621-C12-01/08 & 8665-C12-200807943
Description: Letter addressed to the distribution List - Re: Text with 9-1-1 service user registration

2014-04-03 – Commission Letter
File #: 8665-C12-200807943
Description: Letter addressed to Data & Audio Visual Enterprises Wireless Inc. (MOBILICITY Wireless) - RE: Mobilicity Text messaging with 9-1-1 service implementation deadline

2014-01-15 - Commission Letter
File #: 8665-C12-200807943
Description: Letter addressed to Distribution List - Re: Text Messaging with 9-1-1 service implementation deadline

2013-05-22 - Commission Letter
Description: Letter addressed to CISC Emergency Services Working Group - Re:  Request for an extension to submit the rollout schedule for the implementation of the Text with 9-1-1 service

2011-10-14 – Commission Procedural Letter
Description: Letter addressed to Distribution List – Re: Directive to Post CLEC Access Services’ Tariffs on the WEB

2011-07-27 – Commission Letter
Description:  Letter addressed to Distribution List – Re: Telecom Decision 2011-92 - CISC Business Process Working Group - Non-consensus report BPRE075a regarding fulfillment of Type III and IV CLEC Obligations

2011-07-25 – Commission Letter
Description:  Letter addressed to Distribution List – Re: Subject: Processing of Local Service Requests (LSRs) involving Multiple Resellers

2009-05-29 - Commission Letter - English Version Only - "Hard Copy Document"
Description: Letter addressedto CISC BPWG - Subject: Requirement for Local Exchange Carriers competing in the same Local Interconnection Region to sign a Master Agreement for Local Interconnection

2009-02-18 - Commission Letter
Description: Letter addressed to Distribution List - Re: CDN DS1 Process – Follow-up to Decision 2008-68 Non-consensus Report BPRE069a

2009-01-29 - Commission Letter - English Version Only - "Hard Copy Document"
Description: Letter addressed to Distribution List - Re: Electronic Exchange of Local Service Requests

2008-12-05 - Commission Letter - English Version Only - "Hard Copy Document"
Description: Letter addressed to Distribution List - Re: Non-consensus report on the Calculation of Bill and Keep required Trunk requirements and the Imbalanced Minutes for the application of the imbalance Tariff

2008-12-01 - Commission Letter
Description: Letter addressed to Distribution List - Re: Non-consensus report on the Calculation of Bill and Keep required Trunk requirements and the Imbalanced Minutes for the application of the imbalance Tariff


Correspondences

2019-02-28 - Rogers Communications Inc.
Description: Rogers Location Accuracy report submission form.
Document: 3605086.zip - 27KB

2019-02-28 - Bragg Communications Inc.
Description: Bragg Communications Inc., carrying on business as “Eastlink,” herein provides the details regarding wireless e9-1-1 location accuracy as required under Telecom Decision 2015-255 CISC ESWG – Consensus report on monitoring wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (the “Decision”) and CISC report ESRE0068. Eastlink has filed the attached report confidentially pursuant to Section 39 of the Telecommunications Act as it contains operational information that would provide our competitors with insight into the size and location of our customer base, as well as network performance details, that they would not otherwise have access to and which could harm our position in the market.
Document: 3604375.pdf - 70KB

2019-02-28 - Bell Mobility
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-415  as amended by Decision 2015-255 , and the Commission's associated letter of 16 February 2016, we are submitting, on behalf of Bell Mobility, our fifth annual report of our wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all public safety answering points that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in our serving area.  In previous years, Bell MTS and its predecessor company MTS Inc. submitted a separate report for its wireless serving area in the province of Manitoba .  However, this report includes the aggregated results for each province served, including Bell MTS' wireless serving area in Manitoba, and is based on data collected covering the period from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018. 
Document: 3601647.zip - 70KB

2019-02-28 - SaskTel
Description: Pursuant to Telecom Decision CRTC 2015-255, CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report on monitoring the wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (Decision 2015-255), Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) hereby files its follow-up report of its wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all PSAPs that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in its serving area.
Document: 3601619.docx - 85KB

2019-02-28 - Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
Description: As per the procedure set out in CRTC Letter dated February 16, 2016, Rogers Communications Canada Inc. (Rogers) is filing herein its fifth location accuracy report for the reporting period of January 1, 2018, to December 31, 2018.
Document : 3601496.zip - 2706KB

2019-02-28 - TELUS Communications Inc.
Description: In Telecom Decision 2014-415 – CISC Emergency Service Working Group – Consensus report regarding wireless enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II location accuracy requirements (“TD 2014-415”), the Commission directed all wireless carriers operating where wireless E9-1-1 Phase II service is deployed to report to the Commission and to the ESWG, within 12 months of the date of TD 2014-415, on their respective performance in meeting the outlined location accuracy requirements detailed in TD 2014-415, for the period of May 1, 2015 to July 31, 2015.
Document : 3601293.pdf - 269KB

2019-02-28 - Québecor Média Inc. (Vidéotron ltée)
Description: Conformément aux paragraphes 9 et 10 de la Décision de télécom CRTC 2015-255, Groupe de travail Services d’urgence du CDCI – Rapport de consensus concernant la surveillance du rendement des entreprises de services sans fil quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 à partir d’appareils sans fil (Décision 2015-255), Québecor Média, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron, a le plaisir de soumettre le présent rapport de suivi décrivant les résultats de rendement de Vidéotron quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 faits à partir d’appareils sans fil pour les centres d’appels de la sécurité publique (CASP). Lesdits résultats sont fondés sur les données que Vidéotron a recueillies pendant la période du 1er janvier 2017 au 31 décembre 2017.
Document: 3601309.pdf - 48KB

2019-01-09 - Paul Andersen, P. Eng.
Description: Procedural request - In Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-357, dated 7 September 2018, the Commission requested that the CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee (CISC) to update the “Process Guidelines for TPIA Service Orders and Trouble Tickets, Version 1” (the Guideline). Specifically in the decision:
Document : 3567709.pdf - 204KB

2018-11-30 - Bell Canada
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2018-217, we are submitting our report outlining our activities with regard to Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) education and support for public safety answering points (PSAPs) and their governing authorities, up to the demarcation point between our NG9-1-1 networks and the PSAP.  As requested, the report includes details of the actions that we have taken to date and describes our future plans in this regard.
Document: 3545676.zip - 126KB

2018-11-30 - Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel)
Description: Pursuant to the procedures established in Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-217, CISC Emergency Services Working Group consensus items – Next-generation 9-1-1 technical and operational considerations and trial logistics, Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) submits its Report on NG9-1-1 Education and Support for PSAPs.
Document: 3545278.zip - 126 Ko

2018-11-30 - TELUS Communications Inc.
Description: In TD 2018-217, the Commission ordered, among other things, that each of TELUS, Bell Canada and SaskTel, in their roles as next-generation 9-1-1 (“NG9-1-1”) service providers, file reports with the Commission outlining their plans and activities to educate the Public Safety Answering Points in each of their respective ILEC territories on how to deploy NG9-1-1 efficiently and effectively. According to the Commission, the report should include “activities with regard to NG9-1-1 education and support for PSAPs and their governing authorities (e.g. bulletins, webinars, service advisor support), up to the demarcation point between the NG9-1-1 network provider and the PSAP.
Document : 3545283.pdf - 204KB

2018-10-01 - Bell Canada
Description: Further to the Commission's directions at paragraph 43 of Telecom Decision CRTC 2018-217, CISC Emergency Services Working Group consensus items – Next-generation 9-1-1 technical and operational considerations and trial logistics, as amended by the Commission's letter of 17 September 2018, we confirm that the Next Generation 9-1-1 trial User-to-Network and Network-to-Network specifications have been made available to the PSAPs and originating network providers participating in the trial, subject to the signature of a non disclosure agreement.
Document: 3218025.pdf - 44KB

2018-08-27 - TELUS Communications Inc.
Description: In TD 2018-217, the Commission approved with a few exceptions the recommendations from Emergency Services Working Group ("ESWG") of CRTC Interconnection Steering Sommittee regarding ESRE0078, ESRE0079, ESRE0080, ESRE0081, and ESRE0082.
Document : 3198862.pdf - 269KB

2018-08-21 - Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
Description: Rogers Communications Canada Inc. (“Rogers”) is in receipt of a letter filed by Bell Canada, dated 17 August 2018, concerning the above-noted Telecom Decision. In their August letter, Bell Canada is requesting an extension of the filing deadline by one month to provide the trial User-to-Network Interface (UNI) and trial Network-to-Network Interface (NNI) specifications.
Document : 3194533.docx - 909KB

2018-08-17 - Bell Canada
Description: In Decision 2018-217 , The Commission approved, with a few exceptions and modifications, the recommendations contained in the CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee's (CISC) Emergency Services Working Group's (ESWG) consensus reports ESRE0078, ESRE0079, ESRE0080, ESRE0081, and ESRE0082. It also set out requirements and best practices stemming from these recommendations.
Document: 3192299.docx - 40KB

2018-03-01 - Freedom Mobile Inc.
Description: Freedom Mobile Inc. (“Freedom”) hereby submits the attached report on wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for the period covering January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 pursuant to Telecom Decisions CRTC 2014-415 and CRTC 2015-255.
Document: 3079804.zip - 40KB

2018-02-28 - Québecor Média Inc. (Videotron Ltd.)
Description: Conformément aux paragraphes 9 et 10 de la Décision de télécom CRTC 2015-255, Groupe de travail Services d’urgence du CDCI – Rapport de consensus concernant la surveillance du rendement des entreprises de services sans fil quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 à partir d’appareils sans fil (Décision 2015-255), Québecor Média, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron, a le plaisir de soumettre le présent rapport de suivi décrivant les résultats de rendement de Vidéotron quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 faits à partir d’appareils sans fil pour les centres d’appels de la sécurité publique (CASP). Lesdits résultats sont fondés sur les données que Vidéotron a recueillies pendant la période du 1er janvier 2017 au 31 décembre 2017.
Document: 3078136.zip - 48KB

2018-02-28 - Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel)
Description: Pursuant to Telecom Decision CRTC 2015-255, CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report on monitoring the wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (Decision 2015-255), Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) hereby files its follow-up report of its wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all PSAPs that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in its serving area.
Document: 3078125.zip - 83KB

2018-02-28 - Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
Description: As per the procedure set out in CRTC Letter dated February 16, 2016, Rogers Communications Canada Inc.’s (“Rogers”) is filing herein its fourth location accuracy report for the reporting period of January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017.
Document: 3078112.zip - 945KB

2018-02-28 - Bell Mobility
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-415 as amended by Decision 2015-255 , and the Commission’s associated letter of 16 February 2016, we are submitting, on behalf of Bell Mobility, our fourth annual report of our wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all public safety answering points that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in our serving area. The report includes the aggregated results for each province served, and is based on data collected covering the period from 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2017. The report includes analyses of these results, consistent with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-255, and with the Updates to the Wireless Location Accuracy Benchmarks recommended by the CISC ESWG in its letter dated 21 September 2016.
Document: 3077641.zip - 70KB

2018-02-28 - TELUS Communications Inc.
Description: In Telecom Decision 2014-415 – CISC Emergency Service Working Group – Consensus report regarding wireless enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II location accuracy requirements (“TD 2014-415”), the Commission directed all wireless carriers operating where wireless E9-1-1 Phase II service is deployed to report to the Commission and to the ESWG, within 12 months of the date of TD 2014-415 on their respective performance in meeting the outlined location accuracy requirements detailed in TD 2014-415, for the period of May 1, 2015 to July 31, 2015. In TD 2015-255, the Commission approved the ESWG’s Consensus Report entitled Wireless E9-1-1 Phase II Location Accuracy – Monitoring Process, and also required wireless carriers to file subsequent follow-up location accuracy reports at the end of February of each year on a go forward basis.
Document: 3077630.zip - 230KB

2018-02-28 - Bell MTS
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-415 as amended by Decision 2015-255 , and the Commission's associated letter of 16 February 2016, Bell MTS, a division of Bell Canada, is submitting our fourth annual report of our wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all public safety answering points that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in our serving area. The report includes the aggregated results for Bell MTS' serving area in the province of Manitoba, and is based on data collected covering the period from 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2017.
Document: 3077608.zip - 73KB

2017-12-13 - CISC’s Network Working Group (NTWG)
Description: On June 1, 2017 the CRTC issued Telecom Regulatory Policy 2017-182 related to implementation of Next-Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) in Canada. Within that policy the CRTC provided the following direction at paragraph 181 and 182:
Document: 3034248.zip - 441KB

2017-09-25 - CISC’s Network Working Group (NTWG)
Description: Extension request to submit a CISC report on metrics to define a high-quality fixed broadband internet access service in Telecom Regulatory Policy 2016-496
Document: 2972828.doc - 28KB

2017-03-15 - Freedom Mobile Inc.
Description: Freedom Mobile Inc. (“Freedom”) hereby submits the attached report on wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for the period covering January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016 pursuant to Telecom Decisions CRTC 2014-415 and CRTC 2015-255.
Document: 2834250.zip - 58KB

2017-02-28 - MTS Inc. wireless 9-1-1 location accuracy report
Description: MTS Inc. (MTS) is submitting its Wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for the period covering 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2016 pursuant to Telecom Decision 2015-255.
Document: 2825288.zip - 95KB

2017-02-28 - Rapport de suivi des résultats de rendement de Vidéotron pour la phase II du service 9-1-1 évolué sans fil
Description: Conformément aux paragraphes 9 et 10 de la Décision de télécom CRTC 2015-255, Groupe de travail Services d’urgence du CDCI – Rapport de consensus concernant la surveillance du rendement des entreprises de services sans fil quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 à partir d’appareils sans fil (Décision 2015-255), Québecor Média, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron, a le plaisir de soumettre le présent rapport de suivi décrivant les résultats de rendement de Vidéotron quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 faits à partir d’appareils sans fil pour les centres d’appels de la sécurité publique (CASP).  
Document: 2824316.doc - 243KB

2017-02-28 - Eastlink wireless 9-1-1 location accuracy report
Description: Bragg Communications Inc., carrying on business as “Eastlink,” herein provides the details regarding wireless e9-1-1 location accuracy as required under Telecom Decision 2015-255 CISC ESWG – Consensus report on monitoring wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (the “Decision”) and CISC report ESRE0068.
Document: 2824184.pdf- 208KB

2017-02-28 - Roger's - Consensus report on monitoring the wireless 9-1-1 caller location
Description: As per the procedure set out in CRTC Letter dated February 16, 2016, Rogers Communications Canada Inc.’s (“Rogers”) is filing herein its third location accuracy report for the reporting period of January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016.
Document: 2823714.zip - 947 KB

2017-02-28 - Tbaytel - Wireless Enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II Location Accuracy Results
Description: Tbaytel is providing its third report of its wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results, pursuant to Telecom Decision CRTC 2015-255, CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report on monitoring the wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers, June 15, 2015, and as requested by the Commission’s Staff letter of February 16, 2016.
Document: 2822169.doc - 876KB

2017-02-28 - Third report of Bell Mobility's wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-415 as amended by Decision 2015-255, and the Commission’s associated letter of 16 February 2016, we are submitting, on behalf of Bell Mobility, our third report of our wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all public safety answering points that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in our serving area.
Document: 2820034.zip - 73 KB

2017-02-28 - Telus - Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report 9-1-1
Description: In Telecom Decision 2014-415 – CISC Emergency Service Working Group – Consensus report regarding wireless enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II location accuracy requirements (“TD 2014-415”), released on August 6, 2014, the Commission directed all wireless carriers operating where wireless E9-1-1 Phase II service is deployed to report to the Commission and to the ESWG, within 12 months of the date of TD 2014-415 on their respective performance in meeting the outlined requirements detailed in TD 2014-415, for the period of May 1, 2015 to July 31, 2015. TELUS submitted its results as required on August 31, 2015 in accordance with the direction from TD 2014-415.
Document: 2819536.pdf - 243KB

2017-02-28 - SaskTel - Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report 9-1-1
Description: Pursuant to Telecom Decision CRTC 2015-255, CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report on monitoring the wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (Decision 2015-255), Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) hereby files its follow-up report of its wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all PSAPs that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in its serving area.
Document: 2819464.docx - 87KB

2016-09-21 - Emergency Services [9-1-1] Working Group
Description: As detailed at paragraph 12 of the referenced August 6, 2014 decision, the Emergency Services [9-1-1] Working Group (ESWG) has completed the required follow-up (i.e. file a location accuracy benchmark reassessment) and is submitting this letter with the recommendations for changes to the thresholds.
Document: 2703621.docx - 333KB

2016-02-29 - SaskTel
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-415 as amended by Decision 2015-255 , and the Commission’s associated letter of 16 February 2016, we are submitting, on behalf of Bell Mobility, our follow-up report of our wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all public safety answering points that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in our serving area. The report includes the aggregated results for each province served, and is based on data collected covering the period from 1 August 2015 to 31 January 2016. The follow-up report includes analyses of these results, consistent with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-255.
Document: 2550947.docx - 87KB

2016-02-29 - Bell Mobility
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-415 as amended by Decision 2015-255 , and the Commission’s associated letter of 16 February 2016, we are submitting, on behalf of Bell Mobility, our follow-up report of our wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all public safety answering points that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in our serving area. The report includes the aggregated results for each province served, and is based on data collected covering the period from 1 August 2015 to 31 January 2016. The follow-up report includes analyses of these results, consistent with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-255.
Document: 2550887.zip - 56KB

2016-02-29 - Québecor Média inc.
Description: En réponse à la lettre du Conseil datée du 16 février 2016 et conformément aux paragraphes 9 et 10 de la Décision de télécom CRTC 2015-255, Groupe de travail Services d’urgence du CDCI – Rapport de consensus concernant la surveillance du rendement des entreprises de services sans fil quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 à partir d’appareils sans fil (Décision 2015-255), Québecor Média, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron, a le plaisir de soumettre le présent rapport de suivi décrivant les résultats de rendement de Vidéotron quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 faits à partir d’appareils sans fil pour les centres d’appels de la sécurité publique (CASP).  Lesdits résultats sont fondés sur les données que Vidéotron a recueillies pendant la période du 1er août 2015 au 31 janvier 2016.
Document: 2550836.doc - 92KB

2016-02-29 - Bragg Communications Inc., carrying on business as Eastlink
Description: Bragg Communications Inc., carrying on business as “Eastlink,” herein provides the details regarding wireless e9-1-1 location accuracy as required under Telecom Decision 2015-255 CISC ESWG – Consensus report on monitoring wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (the “Decision”) and CISC report ESRE0068. Eastlink has filed the attached report confidentially pursuant to Section 39 of the Telecommunications Act as it contains operational information that would provide our competitors with insight into the size and location of our customer base, as well as network performance details, that they would not otherwise have access to and which could harm our position in the market. The attached report also contains information that Canada’s PSAPs consider highly confidential. We will be sharing the relevant operational details with the affected PSAPs directly, so there is no benefit to disclosure of this information that could offset the harm. As the template itself is confidential – because of the sensitive PSAP information – we have not filed an abridged version for the public record.
Document: 2550803.pdf - 208KB

2016-02-29 - TELUS Communications Company
Description: In Telecom Decision 2014-415 – CISC Emergency Service Working Group – Consensus report regarding wireless enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II location accuracy requirements (“TD 2014-415”), released on August 6, 2014, the Commission directed all wireless carriers operating where wireless E9-1-1 Phase II service is deployed to report to the Commission and to the ESWG, within 12 months of the date of TD 2014-415 on their respective performance in meeting the outlined requirements detailed in TD 2014-415, for the period of May 1, 2015 to July 31, 2015. TELUS submitted its results as required on August 31, 2015 in accordance with the direction from TD 2014-415.
Document: 2550745.zip - 643KB

2016-02-29 - Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
Description: As per the procedure set out in CRTC Letter dated February 16, 2016, Rogers Communications Canada Inc.’s (“Rogers”) is filing herein its second location accuracy report.
Document: 2550644.zip- 992KB

2016-02-29 - WIND Mobile Corp.
Description: WIND Mobile Corp. (“WIND”) hereby submits the attached report on wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for the period covering August 1, 2015 to January 31, 2016 pursuant to Telecom Decisions CRTC 2014-415 and CRTC 2015-255.
Document: 2550367.zip - 94KB

2016-02-26 - MTS Inc.
Description: MTS Inc. (MTS) is submitting its Wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for the period covering 1 August 2015 to 31 January 2016 pursuant to Telecom Decision 2015-255.
Document: 2550958.zip - 156KB(revised)

2016-01-15 - TELUS Communications Company
Description: In TD 2015-432, the Commission directed all 9-1-1 network providers to continue to treat the 10-digit telephone numbers underlying a PSAP’s 9-1-1 lines as highly confidential, serve PSAP 9-1-1 and administrative lines from distinct switches, and in cases where it is not currently possible to serve PSAP 9-1-1 and administrative lines from distinct switches, avoid using the same telephone number range for both lines.
Document: 2518815.pdf - 414KB

2016-01-08 - MTS Inc.
Description: In accordance with Telecom Decision CRTC 2015-432 CISC Network Working Group – Consensus report on recommendations to deal with telephony denial of service attacks against public safety answering points, MTS Inc. (MTS) hereby confirms that it currently complies with the measures outlined in the above decision. Document: 2513894.docx - 44KB

2016-01-08 - Bell Canada
Description: In Decision 2015-432 , the Commission approved all the recommendations in the CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee (CISC) Network Working Group's (NTWG) consensus report on telephony denial of service attacks against public safety answering points (PSAPs) and directed all 9-1-1 network providers to:
Document: 2513540.doc - 44KB

2015-10-16 - Mobilicity
Description: Thank you for your letter to Howard Slawner dated October 2, 2015 regarding Text with 9-1-1 service implementation for Mobilicity customers.
Document: 2431860.pdf - 204KB

2015-09-18 - Rogers Communications
Description: Thank you for your letter to Gary Wong of Mobilicity dated September 4, 2015 regarding Text 9-1-1 implementation for Mobilicity customers.
Document: 2431860.docx - 899KB

2015-08-31 - SaskTel
Description: Pursuant to paragraphs 9 and 10 of Telecom Decision CRTC 2015-255, CISC Emergency Services Working Group – Consensus report on monitoring the wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (Decision 2015-255), Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) hereby files its initial report of its wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all PSAPs that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in its serving area.
Document: 2422753.docx - 58KB

2015-08-31 - Rogers Communications Partnership
Description: Rogers Communications Partnership (Rogers) strongly believes that reliable access to emergency services for all of our customers is a critical corporate responsibility. We are committed to working with the Commission, 9-1-1 network providers, Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and emergency responders to ensure that all Canadians have access to the best 9-1-1 services available.
Document: 2422699.zip - 1111KB

2015-08-31 - Québecor Média inc.
Description: En réponse à la lettre du Conseil datée du 27 juillet 2015 et conformément aux paragraphes 9 et 10 de la Décision de télécom CRTC 2015-255, Groupe de travail Services d’urgence du CDCI – Rapport de consensus concernant la surveillance du rendement des entreprises de services sans fil quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 à partir d’appareils sans fil (Décision 2015-255), Québecor Média, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron, a le plaisir de soumettre le présent rapport initial décrivant les résultats de rendement de Vidéotron quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 faits à partir d’appareils sans fil pour les centres d’appels de la sécurité publique (CASP).
Document: 2422612.doc - 151KB

2015-08-31 - TELUS Communications Company
Description: In TD 2014-415, the Commission directed all wireless carriers operating where wireless E9-1-1 Phase II service is deployed to report to the Commission and to the ESWG, within 12 months of the date of TD 2014-415 on their respective performance in meeting the outlined requirements detailed in TD 2014-415, for the period of May 1, 2015 to July 31, 2015.
Document: 2422574.zip - 414KB

2015-08-31 - Bell Mobility
Description: In keeping with the Commission's directions in Decision 2015-415 as amended by Decision 2015-255, we are submitting, on behalf of Bell Mobility, our initial report of our wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for all public safety answering points that provide wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service in our serving area.
Document: 2422304.zip - 210KB

2015-08-31 - MTS Inc.
Description: MTS Inc. (MTS) is submitting its Wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for the period covering 1 May to 31 July 2015 pursuant to Telecom Decision 2015-255.
Document: 2422235.zip - 164KB

2015-08-31 - Sogetel Mobilité
Description: Faisant suite à la décision de télécom CRTC 2015-255, Sogetel Mobilité inc. souhaite vous informer qu’elle n’est pas en mesure de fournir de rapport initial de résultats de rendement quant à l’exactitude de la localisation des appels au service 9-1-1 à partir d’appareils sans fil.
Document: 2422006.pdf - 104KB

2015-08-31 - Bragg Communications Inc., carrying on business as Eastlink
Description: Bragg Communications Inc., carrying on business as “Eastlink,” herein provides the details regarding wireless e9-1-1 location accuracy as required under Telecom Decision 2015-255 CISC ESWG – Consensus report on monitoring wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy performance of wireless carriers (the “Decision”) and CISC report ESRE0068.
Document: 2421885.zip - 373KB

2015-08-31 - Execulink telecom Inc.
Description: Certain information contained in this submission is being provided in confidence to the Commission pursuant to section 39 of the Telecommunications Act and the directions provided by the Commission in the Appendix to Broadcasting and Telecom Information Bulletin CRTC 2010-961, Procedures for filing confidential information and requesting its disclosure in Commission proceedings, 23 December 2010, and amended in Telecom Information Bulletin CRTC 2010-961-1, dated 26 October 2012, (collectively, Information Bulletin 2010-961) to reflect the directives in Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2012-592, Confidentiality of information used to establish wholesale service rates.
Document: 2421870.pdf - 83KB

2015-08-26 - WIND Mobile Corp.
Description: WIND Mobile Corp. (“WIND”) hereby submits the attached report on wireless 9-1-1 caller location accuracy results for the period covering 1 May to 31 July 2015 in respect of Telecom Decision 2015-255 pursuant to the CRTC’s Telecom Commission Letter dated 27 July 2015.
Document: 2419837.zip - 47KB

2012-01-10 - Access Communications Co-operative
Description: This letter will confirm the posting of our Access Services' tariff on our website, www.myaccess.ca.
Document: 1659785.pdf - 117KB

2011-12-06 - Rogers Communications Partnership
Description: Rogers Communications Partnership (“Rogers”) is in receipt of a letter dated November 30, 2011 submitted to the Commission by MTS Allstream (“MTSA”) regarding the above noted matter. In its letter, MTS noted that Bell Canada (“Bell”) had filed proposed amendments to various 9-1-1 agreements on October 4, 2011 through the CISC rather than using the tariff application process.
Document: 1646679.pdf - 48KB

2011-12-02 - Ontario Telecommunications Association
Description: The Ontario Telecommunications Association (“the OTA”) is receipt of a letter, dated 30 November 2011, by MTS Allstream regarding Bell Canada’s plans to introduce charges for competitor access to Bell Canada’s Automated Location Information (“ALI”) database. The OTA is representing the companies listed in the Appendix to this letter.
Document: 1645917.pdf - 84KB

2011-11-30 - MTS Allstream Inc.
Description: On 4 October 2011, Bell Canada (Bell) proposed to introduce charges for competitor access to Bell’s Automated Location Information (ALI) database by filing proposed revisions to its CLEC 911 Agreement, WSP 911 Agreement, Private Switch Operator 911 Agreement, Local Reseller Agreement, and ITC 911 Agreement.  In its filing, Bell indicates that it has followed a similar filing approach in the past to introduce other services by amending these agreements.
Document: 1645911.doc - 158KB

2011-11-25 - Managed Network Systems, Inc.
Description: Please be advised that MNSi has posted its Access Services Tariff on its website as directed The page may be found from our main page from the left side navigation bar under the Legal heading.
Document: 1643390.pdf - 30KB

2011-11-03 - Wightman Communications Ltd.
Description: Further to your letter of 27 July 2011 and your subsequent letter of 14 October 2011, please note that Wightman Communications Ltd. now has its' Carrier Access Tariff on its' website.
Document: 1634157.pdf - 26KB

2011-11-02 - Mornington Communications Co-operative Limited
Description: Mornington Communications Co-operative Limited (Mornington) is in receipt of your directive to post CLEC Access Services’ Tariff on our website.
Document: 1633853.pdf - 185KB

2011-10-27 - FlexITy Solutions
Description: This is in response to the Commission' letter dated October 14, 2011 regarding the above noted matter.
Document: 1634423.pdf - 22KB

2011-10-26 - Quadro Communications Co-operative Inc.
Description: In Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-92 dated 11 February 2011, the Commission directed that the competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) post their approved Access Services’ tariffs on their respective websites.
Document: 1630939.pdf - 164KB

2011-10-26 - Coopérative de câblodistribution de l'arrière-pays (CCAP)
Description: Faisant référence au sujet mentionné et tel que requis dans sa lettre du 27 juillet 2011, la Coopérative de câblodistribution de l'arrière-pays (CCAP) indique au Conseil qu'elle respecte les directives émises dans la décision 2011-92 datée du 11 février 2011.
Document: 1630871.pdf - 148KB

2011-10-25 - Westman Communications Group
Description: Pursuant to Telecom Decision 2011-92 dated February 11, 2011, Westman hereby notifies the Commission that it has posted the CLEC Access Services Tariff on the Westman Communications Group website.
Document: 1631012.pdf - 163KB

2011-10-25 - Bruce Telecom
Description: In response to the Commission’s letter dated 14 October 2011, please be advised that Bruce Telecom’s Competitive Local Exchange Carrier Access Services Tariffs have been posted on its website.
Document: 1630232.pdf - 34KB

2011-10-22 - DERYTelecom
Description: Tel que requis par le Conseil dans sa lettre du 17 juillet 2011, DERYTelecom avise celui-ci qu'elle respecte les directives émises dans la décision 2011-92 datée le 11 février 2011 et confirme que le Tarif d'interconnexion est disponible sur son site WEB à : www.derytele.com
Document: 1629147.pdf - 20KB

2011-10-19 - Huron Telecommunications Co-operative Limited
Description: In response to your correspondence under File No.: 8621-C12-01/08 and per Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-91, HutonTel has posted its existing CLEC tariff at www.hurontel.on.ca/regulatory.
Document: 1631268.pdf - 86KB

2011-10-19 - Hay Communications
Description: Please be advised that as a CLEC Hay Communications has posted its approved Access Services' tariffs on its website.
Document: 1628742.pdf - 119KB

2011-10-18 - Maskatel inc.
Description: Je représente les intérêts de Maskatel inc., Entreprise de services locaux concurrente (ESLC) dont le numéro de tarif général est le CRTC 21200
Document: 1628090.pdf - 21KB

2011-10-18 - Vianet Internet Solutions, ExaTEL
Description: As directed in Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-92, ExaTEL’s Access Services Tariff is available on the Vianet website at http://www.vianet.ca/about.php under Voice Services and the ExaTEL website at http://www.exatel.com.
Document: 1628401.pdf - 106KB

2011-10-18 - Téléphone Drummond inc.,
Description: Je représente les intérêts de Téléphone Drummond inc., Entreprise de services locaux concurrente (ESLC) dont le numéro de tarif général est le CRTC 21571;
Document: 1628363.pdf - 21KB

2011-10-04 - Bell Canada
Description: Attached for the Commission's approval are proposed revisions to Bell Canada's (or the Company's) agreements for the provision of 9-1-1 services to competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs), wireless service providers (WSPs) and 9-1-1 service providers. 
Document: 1623480.zip - 73KB

2011-09-23 - Rogers Communications Partnership
Description: In accordance with the directives established in CRTC letter dated July 27, 2011, Rogers Communications Partnership (“Rogers”) hereby confirms that it fully complies with Decision 2011-92.
Document: 1619140.pdf - 59KB

2011-09-23 - EastLink
Description: Further to the Commission’s correspondence of 27 July 2011 wherein Local Exchange Carriers (LECs) were directed to post their approved access tariffs on their respective websites, EastLink hereby confirms that this directive has been complied with and submits that the ensuing link provides access to the following respective tariffs on our website.
Document: 1619132.pdf - 57KB

2011-09-15 - CoopTel
Description: Le 27 juillet dernier, le Conseil a publié une lettre dans laquelle il rappelle aux entreprises de services locaux (ESL) qui ont un site Web, leur obligation d’y afficher leurs tarifs d’accès approuvés. Le Conseil demande aux ESL d’indiquer avant le 23 septembre, qu’elles sont conformes à la directive et de fournir les hyperliens menant à leurs tarifs d’accès sur leur site Web respectif.
Document: 1615611.pdf - 70KB

2011-07-29 - Quebecor Media inc, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron
Description: Le 27 juillet dernier, le Conseil a publié une lettre dans laquelle il rappelle aux entreprises de services locaux (ESL) qui ont un site Web leur obligation d’y afficher leurs tarifs d’accès approuvés. Dans la foulée, le Conseil demande aux ESL d’indiquer qu’elles sont conformes à la directive et de fournir les hyperliens menant à leurs tarifs d’accès sur leur site Web respectif.
Document: 1596141.pdf - 22KB

2011-07-29 - Yak Communications (Canada) Corp.
Description: ln Telecom Decision 2011-92 dated 11 February 2011, the Commission, among other items, directed all Local Exchange Carriers (LECs) that maintain websites to post their approved access tariffs on their respective websites.
Document: 1596134.pdf - 48KB

2009-03-05 - Shaw Telecom G.P.
Description: Shaw Telecom G.P. herein submits a revised response to 18 February 2009 interrogatory 2.1. Commission staff advised Shaw of an error in our response that required correction.
Document: 1037255.zip - 112KB

2009-03-04 - TELUS Communications Company
Description: In accordance with the instructions provided by the Commission staff in its letter dated February 18, 2009, TELUS Communications Company files its responses to interrogatories.
Document: 1036119.zip - 30KB

2009-03-03 - Distributel Communications Limited
Description: Distributel Communications Limited is submitting the following responses to interrogatories received from the Commission by letter dated February 18, 2009.
Document: 1036113.zip - 56KB

2009-03-03 - Quebecor Media Inc. for Videotron Ltd.
Description: QMI, on behalf of its affiliate Videotron Ltd. (Videotron), and in accordance with the Commission’s letter of 18 February 2009, hereby submits the attached responses to interrogatories received from the Commission.
Document: 1035959.zip - 92KB

2009-03-03 - Shaw Telecom G.P.
Description: Pursuant to Commission letter of 18 February 2009, Shaw Telecom G.P. herein submits its responses to the Commission interrogatories.
Document: 1035942.zip - 159KB

2009-03-03 - Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc.
Description: Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc. is in receipt of the Commission's letter, dated 18 February 2009. Pursuant to the procedures established in that letter, Primus hereby submits its responses to the Commission's interrogatories.
Document: 1035928.zip - 54KB

2009-03-03 - Rogers Communications Inc.
Description: Pursuant to the order to assist the Commission to dispose of the non-consensus report BPRE069a, Rogers Communications Inc. is filling herewith through e-pass its responses to the interrogatories it received from the CRTC on February 29, 2009.
Document: 1035908.pdf - 55KB

2009-03-03 - MTS Allstream Inc.
Description: In response to interrogatories issued by the Commission on 18 February 2009 on the above-noted subject, MTS Allstream Inc. submits the following responses.
Document: 1035886.zip - 72KB

2009-03-03 - Saskatchewan Telecommunications
Description: In accordance with the procedures established in the above Commission staff letter, Saskatchewan Telecommunications submits responses to interrogatories posed by the Commission on 18 February 2000.
Document: 1035830.zip - 57KB

2009-03-03 - Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership and Bell Canada (the Companies)
Description: Attached are Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership's (Bell Aliant) and Bell Canada's (collectively, the Companies') responses to the interrogatories contained within the Commission Staff letter dated 18 February 2009, regarding the above-noted topic.
Document: 1035805.zip - 55KB

2009-03-03 - Télébec, Société en commandite
Description: Le 18 février 2009, le Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications adressait des demandes de renseignements aux entreprises de services locaux. Les réponses à ces demandes doivent être déposées au plus tard le 3 mars 2009.
Document: 1035771.zip - 92KB

2008-12-22 - Telnet Communications
Description:  Telnet hereby submits its responses to the interrogatories in the Commission's letter dated 1 December 2008.
Documenet: 1000702.zip - 65KB

2008-12-22 - Quebecor Media Inc. for Videotron Ltd.
Description:  QMI, on behalf of its affiliate Videotron Ltd. (Videotron), and in accordance with the Commission's letters of 1 and 5 December 2008, hereby submits the attached responses to interrogatories received from the Commission
Document: 1000390.zip - 97KB

2008-12-22 - Bell Canada
Description:  Pursuant to the procedures set out in Commission staff's process letter dated 1 December 2008 and follow-up letter dated 5 December 2008 , Bell Canada provides the following responses to interrogatories
Document: 1000375.zip - 46KB

2008-12-22 - Rogers Communications Inc.
Description:  Rogers hereby submits its responses to the interrogatories in the Commission's letter dated 1 December 2008.
Document: 1000292.zip - 61KB

2008-12-22 - TELUS Communications Company
Description:  Pursuant to the procedure set out in the Commission staff letter dated December 1, 2008, TELUS is herewith filing its responses to the interrogatories received from the Commission.
Document: 1000271.zip - 31KB

2008-12-22 - Execulink Telecom Inc.
Description:  In accordance with the Commission's letter dated 1 December 2008, Execulink Telecom Inc. submits the attached responses to the interrogatories.
Document: 1000249.pdf - 24KB

2008-12-19 - MTS Allstream Inc.
Description:  In accordance with the procedure set out in a Commission letter on this subject, dated 1 December 2008, MTS Allstream is submitting the following responses to the interrogatories directed to MTS Allstream
Document: 995469.zip - 53KB

 

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