2010-09-13 - #: 8662-B54-201014597 - Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership et Bell Canada (the Companies) - Demande de révision et de modification de la décision 2010-387
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2011-02-08 - Décision de télécom CRTC 2011-72 Bell Aliant Communications régionales, société en commandite, et Bell Canada – Demande de révision et de modification de la décision de télécom 2010-387 concernant l’application des directives à l’égard du service 9-1-1 VoIP
Numéro de dossier : 8662-B54-201014597
2011-03-22 - Lettre du Conseil
Description : Lettre adressée à TELUS Communications Company - Objet : Demande présentée par la Société TELUS Communications dans le but d’obtenir des précisions sur la Décision de télécom CRTC 2010-387 et la Décision de télécom CRTC 2011-72
2011-03-09 - Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board
Description: The Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB), the Alberta E9-1-1 Advisory Association and the Association of 911 Service Providers of BC are in receipt of a “request for clarification” from TELUS Communications Company (TELUS), issued 2 March 2011, regarding a direction issued by the Commission in Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-387 and confirmed by the Commission following a review and variance proceeding which culminated in Decision 2011-72.
Document: 1528978.doc - 42KO
Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership and Bell Canada (the Companies)
Description: Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership (Bell Aliant) and Bell Canada (collectively, the Companies) are in receipt of a request by TELUS, dated 2 March 2011, requesting that the issues pertaining to Decision 2011-72 be examined by the CISC ESWG. In the alternative, TELUS requests that a period of at least nine months would be necessary to scope out the requirements and build the solution proposed by the Commission. The Companies support these requests and provide the following response.
Document: 1528018.doc - 90KO
2011-03-07 - MTS Allstream Inc.
Description: On 1 March 2011, TELUS Communications Company (TELUS) wrote to the Commission identifying several issues regarding implementation of these measures. In summary, TELUS requested that, after the Commission has issued its determinations from the proceeding recently initiated to consider whether service providers should be required to implement Automatic Number Identification (ANI) capability for 9-1-1 operators3, the Commission direct the ESWG to examine the following issues.
Document: 1527635.pdf - 57KO
2011-03-02 - TELUS Communications Limited
Description: TELUS has reviewed the requirements as stated by the Commission in Decision 2011-72 issued on February 8, 2011. In Decision 2011-72, the Commission required the implementation of the directives from Viability of proposals for the provision of E9-1-1 service for nomadic and fixed/non-native VoIP subscribers, Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-387 (“Decision 2010-387”) within 30 days of the issuance of Decision 2011-72.1 This 30-day period is set to expire on March 10, 2011.
Document: 1527012.pdf - 112KO
2010-10-15 - Northern911
Description: Northern911 has been in operation since 1954 and started routing VoIP 9l I calls in about 2004. Since that time we have grown to become the largest VoIP Call Routing organization in Canada and cunently our bilingual APCO (Association of Public Safety Communications Officials) traineds taff route thousandso f VoIP 911 emergencyc alls every month.
Document: 1452185.pdf - 2179KO
2010-10-13 - MTS Allstream Inc.
Description: MTS Allstream Inc. (MTS Allstream) is in receipt of the application noted above, filed by Bell Canada and Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership (collectively, Bell) on 13 September 2010. This letter provides MTS Allstream’s comments on the application and support for the relief requested by Bell.
Document: 1450758.pdf - 60KO
2010-10-13 - QMi, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron ltée
Description: QMi, au nom de sa filiale Vidéotron ltée (Vidéotron), accuse réception d’une demande de Bell eu égard au sujet susmentionné en rubrique en date du 13 septembre 2010.
Document: 1450746.pdf - 28KO
Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board
Description: The Ontario 9-1-1 Advisory Board (OAB) is in receipt of an application filed by the Companies on 13 September 2010 pursuant to section 62 of the Telecommunications Act (the Act) and Part VII of the CRTC Telecommunications Rules of Procedure (the Rules). In this application the Companies have sought a review and variance of Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-387, Viability of proposals for the provision of E9-1-1 service for nomadic and fixed/non-native VoIP subscribers (Decision 2010-387).
Document: 1450940.doc - 72KO
2010-09-13 - TELUS Communications Company
Description: TELUS is in receipt of the above-noted Application filed by Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership and Bell Canada (collectively, the “Bell Companies”) on September 13, 2010. In their Application, the Bell Companies seek to review and vary certain determinations made by the Commission at paragraphs 42 to 45 in Viability of proposals for the provision of E9-1-1 service for nomadic and fixed/non-native VoIP subscribers,1 Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-387 (“Decision 2010-387”). The key determinations from Decision 2010-387 are the following.
Document: 1450738.pdf - 91KO
2010-09-13 - Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership and Bell Canada (Companies)
Description: On 17 June 2010, the Commission issued Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-387, Viability of proposals for the provision of E9-1-1 service for nomadic and fixed/non-native VoIP subscribers (Decision 2010-387 or the Decision) in which it determined that there are no viable alternatives to the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) 9-1-1 service currently provided with nomadic and fixed/non-native VoIP service.
Document: 1438842.zip - 127KO
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