Call for comments
Compliance and Enforcement notice of consultation
CRTC 2013-140 Review of the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules
File numbers: 8665-C12-201304485 and 8662-C131-201115832
2011-12-20 - Canadian Marketing Association
Description: Further to our application to review and vary Telecom Regulatory Policy 2009-200, the Canadian Marketing Association has taken note of concerns that have been raised regarding the process to review this application. We would like to advise the Commission that the Association will support and participate in whatever consultation process the Commission deems appropriate to address the ADADs rules.
Document: 1654021.pdf - 76KB
2011-12-19 - Public Interest Advocacy Centre
Description: The Public Interest Advocacy Centre is in receipt of a Part 1 Application from the Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) entitled "Application proposing changes to the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules" dated 6 December 2011. The Application cover letter states that "the CMA is seeking changes to the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules, Part IV – Automatic Dialing-Announcing Devices (ADAD) Rules. [. . .]
Document: 1652974.pdf - 30KB
2011-12-06 - Canadian Marketing Association (CMA)
Description: The attached application is filed by the Canadian Marketing Association (or CMA) pursuant to section 62 of the Telecommunications Act and Part 1 of the CRTC Rules of Practice and Procedure. In this application, the CMA is seeking changes to the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules, Part IV – Automatic Dialing-Announcing Devices (ADAD) Rules.
Document: 1647573.pdf - 445KB