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Decision

Ottawa, 1 November 1995
Decision CRTC 95-792
Burton T.V. Society
Burton, British Columbia - 921796900
Licence amendments
Following Public Notice CRTC 1995-66 dated 26 April 1995, the Commission approves the application to amend the licence for the radiocommunica- tion distribution undertaking serving Burton, as follows:
- by changing the channel of the transmitter CH2450 for the distribution of CHAN-TV Vancouver, from 12 to 8;
- by increasing the transmitter power of CH2450 from 5 watts to 10 watts; and
- by authorizing the licensee to add transmitters for the distribution, in non-encrypted mode, of the following programming services, received via satellite:
Television Services/Services de télévision Channel/Canal Power/Puissance (watts)
Open Learning Agency (Knowledge Network) 6 10
CBC Northern Television Service/
Le service de télévision du Nord
de la Société Radio-Canada 10 10
The Alberta Educational Communications
Corporation (Access Network) 12 10
Radio Service/Service de radio Frequency/Fréquence Power/Puissance (watts)
CFMI-FM New Westminster, 90.5 MHz 1
British Columbia/
(Colombie-Britannique)
The Commission acknowledges the intervention received from the Open Learning Agency as well as the licensee's reply thereto.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General