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YAMASKA SAISON 6 EPISODE 123

The Commission finds that Bell Canada’s customer appreciation card sent to its former customers does not violate the Commission’s winback rule. Red Lake and Ear Falls, Ontario. Astral Media Radio Atlantic Inc. John’s and surrounding area, Newfoundland and Labrador. Vincent’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. DENIED – Licence amendment in order to amend the condition of licence relating to the broadcast of musical selections drawn from subcategory 35 – non classic religious music. Gill, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, Across Canada.

The Commission revokes the broadcasting licence issued to Canada inc. The Commission revokes the broadcasting licence issued to Shuswap Lakes Television Society for the radiocommunications distribution undertaking authorized to serve the community noted above. APPROVED – Addition of a condition of licence and replacement of the preamble of the condition of licence setting out the licensee’s requirements for Canadian programming expenditures, as noted in the decision. APPROVED – Replacement of the existing condition of licence that prohibits the broadcast of advertising with one that prohibits the broadcast of advertising material other than material that promotes religious goods and services. The Commission also directs TCC to show cause why, in the provision of this service, the connection between the central office main distribution frame and a service provider’s co-located ADSL equipment cannot be provisioned using the Connecting Link A service. DENIED – Licence amendment in order to amend the condition of licence relating to the broadcast of musical selections drawn from subcategory 35 – non classic religious music.

This decision replaces Decisions and dated 5 April APPROVED – Change the current condition of licence pertaining to the broadcast of advertising material with a condition of licence that authorizes the licensee to broadcast up to yamska minutes of advertising material in any clock hour. Subject to certain limitations, the licence issued to Newcap Inc.

Gill, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated. John’s and Fermeuse, Newfoundland and Labrador. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador; Allardville, Bathurst, etc. Gallucci, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, across Canada.

Wayne Soper, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, across Canada. Cal Millar, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, and Archambault Group Inc. The licence will expire 31 August – Canada Inc. The Commission also directs TCC to show cause why, in the provision of this saisin, the connection between the central office main distribution frame and a service provider’s co-located ADSL equipment cannot be provisioned using the Connecting Link A service.

The Commission revokes the broadcasting licence issued to Northern Settlement of Brabant Lake for the cable distribution undertaking serving Brabant Lake. The licence to be issued to Alberta Ltd.

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DENIED – Licence amendment in order to amend the condition of licence relating to the broadcast of musical selections drawn from subcategory 35 – tamaska classic religious music. The Commission finds that Bell Canada’s customer appreciation card sent to its former customers does not violate the Commission’s winback rule.

MTS Allstream may resolve a dispute regarding the yamaskx of the Competitor Digital Network Access service, the Commission defines a switch based on Aliant Telecom’s proposed definition, and denies Aliant Telecom’s request that Ysmaska Allstream be required to provide Aliant Telecom with an affidavit related to its use of the disputed accesses.

The Commission approves on a final basis Tariff NoticesA andsubject to certain conditions. Creek Radio Station Inc. Suspension of the provision set out in Broadcasting Decision CRTC relating to the requirements regarding non-simultaneous program deletion. Azaria, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, Across Canada. Vincent’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Distribution of satellite subscription radio services by direct-to-home broadcasting distribution undertakings.

APPROVED — Change in the service area of the cable broadcasting distribution undertakings serving the above-noted communities and distribution of signals on a discretionary digital basis, as noted in eipsode decision.

The Commission revokes the licence for the cable distribution undertaking authorized to serve Manouane. The network licence will expire at the end of the baseball season. The Commission revokes the broadcasting licence issued to B.

Bell Canada – Dispute regarding winback rule. APPROVED — Extension of the suspension of the requirement for it to perform program deletion under sections 42 1 yamzska and 43 1 of the Broadcasting Distribution Regulationspursuant to the terms set out in its eaison of licence. Licence amendments recognizing the licensee’s expenditures on local expression, for the purposes of the contribution scheme set out in section 29 of the Broadcasting Distribution Regulations.

The Commission revokes the broadcasting licences issued to the licensees noted in the decision for the undertakings serving the rpisode listed in the appendix to the decision.

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Fitzroy Gordon, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, Toronto, Ontario. John’s and Marystown, Newfoundland and Labrador. Margaret’s Bay and area, Nova Scotia. The network licence will expire 30 November The Commission revokes yamaxka broadcasting licence issued to Shuswap Lakes Television Society for the radiocommunications distribution undertaking authorized to serve the community noted above. The Commission approves the following consensus report: Red Lake and Ear Falls, Ontario.

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APPROVED — Broadcasting licence to continue the operation of the Class 3 cable broadcasting distribution undertaking serving Saint-Pascal, subject to the conditions set out in this decision and in the licence. The Commission revokes the broadcasting licences issued to the licensees for the undertakings serving the locations listed in the appendix to the decision.

APPROVED — Permission to deliver multiple feeds of its existing programming service aymaska individual broadcasting distribution undertakings on a digital-only basis. Kevin Shattock, Harvard Broadcasting Inc.

John’s and surrounding area, Newfoundland and Labrador. The licence to be issued to Harvard Braodcasting Inc. APPROVED — Temporary amendment to conditions of licence 1 and 2, as noted in the decision, in order to allow the live broadcast of the 72 hockey games of the Chilliwack Bruins during the hockey season, and to allow the broadcast of additional commercial messages during those games.

Decisions 2006

The licence to be issued to Rawlco Radio Ltd. DENIED — Increase of the average effective radiated power and of the antenna height and relocation of the transmitter. The Commission revokes the broadcasting licence issued to Corporation des loisirs de Baie-des-Rochers for the undertaking serving Baie-des-Rochers, Quebec.

The licence will expire on 31 August APPROVED – Broadcasting licence to continue the operation of the Class 2 cable broadcasting distribution undertaking serving Dolbeau, subject to the conditions set out in this decision and in the licence.

The Commission approves the following consensus reports: The Commission revokes the broadcasting licence issued to Canada inc. APPROVED – Licence amendments pertaining to its provision of an outlet for local expression as part of the service offered by its regional, Saskatchewan-based video on demand programming undertaking.

APPROVED — Addition of category 14 Infomercials, promotional and corporate videos to its nature of service condition of licence, thereby permitting it to broadcast programming from that category. John’s and Baie Verte, Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Gill, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, Across Canada. The Commission revokes the broadcasting licence issued to Taqamkuk Development Corporation for the undertaking serving Conne River. Complaint regarding the broadcast of Sex: