DWCC and CAD-ASC file joint interventions for CRTC TNC 2016-115 and TNC 2016-116

The first joint intervention is for the proceeding CRTC TNC 2016-116 on the topic of “Establishment of a regulatory framework for next generation 9-1-1 in Canada” which was submitted on the date it was due:  Friday May 20th, 2016

Cover Letter: Joint CAD-ASC and DWCC Cover Letter for CRTC TNC 2016-116

Intervention: Joint CAD-ASC and DWCC Intervention for CRTC TNC 2016-116

DWCC wants to thank all the contributors to this document: Nicole Marsh, Frank Folino, Lisa Anderson-Kellett, Eileen Edinger (personal story), and Jeffrey Beatty(images).

More information about this proceeding can be gleaned from this link courtesy of the CRTC: http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2016/2016-116.htm and the list of Interventions by other parties can be found at this link https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/ListeInterventionList/Default-Defaut.aspx?en=2016-116&dt=i&lang=e&S=C&PA=t&PT=nc&PST=a

Note: CAD-ASC & DWCC is intervention filing #40 out of 47 participating groups, in this above proceeding CRTC TNC 2016-116.

The second intervention is for the proceeding CRTC TNC 2016-115 on the topic of “Participation by a wireless service provider in the National public alerting system” which was submitted on the date it was due: May 30th, 2016.

Cover Letter: Joint CAD-ASC and DWCC Cover Letter for CRTC TNC 2016 – 115

Intervention: Joint CAD-ASC and DWCC Intervention for CRTC TNC 2016 – 115

Appendix A for: Joint filing for CRTC TNC 2016 – 115

Note: CAD-ASC & DWCC is intervention filing #201 out of 220 participating groups, in this above proceeding CRTC TNC 2016-115.

DWCC wants to thank all the contributors to this document: Nicole Marsh, Frank Folino, Lisa Anderson-Kellett and Ryan V. Parkinson.

More information about this proceeding can be gleaned from this link courtesy of the CRTC:  http://crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2016/2016-115.htm and the list of Interventions by other parties can be found at this link  https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/ListeInterventionList/Default-Defaut.aspx?en=2016-115&dt=i&lang=e&S=C&PA=t&PT=nc&PST=a

Special Note: CAD-ASC did write a supporting letter to follow up with the Alberta Association of the Deaf (AAD) letter of concern about the lack of accessibility provided during the Fort McMurray wildfires emergency and critical situations. See link: http://cad.ca/media-centre/news-events/letter-alberta-government-wildfires-fort-mcmurray/

 

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