ARCHIVED - Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2011-694-1
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Additional reference: 2011-694
Ottawa, 25 November 2011
Notice of hearing
6 February 2012
Corrections to the French version for item 2 and the French and English versions for item 11
Corrections to the French and English versions of the preamble for items 1 to 12
Further to Broadcasting Notice of Consultation 2011-694, the Commission corrects errors that appeared in the French and English versions of the notice. Corrections to the text of the notice are indicated in bold (this excludes bolded headings throughout the text).
The Commission corrects the name of the applicant for item 2 in the French version only to read as follows:
Jim Pattison Broadcast Group Ltd. (l’associé commandité) et Jim Pattison Industries Ltd. (l’associé commanditaire), faisant affaires sous le nom de Jim Pattison Broadcast Group Limited Partnership
The Commission corrects the name of the licensee for item 11 in the table of contents to read as follows:
Corus Entertainment Inc., on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiary CKIK-FM Limited
Finally, the Commission makes the following corrections to the preamble for items 1 to 12:
In response to this call, the Commission received and retained 11 applications for new broadcasting licences to serve this market. The Commission also received and retained one application by Corus Entertainment Inc., on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiary CKIK-FM Limited, for a licence amendment in order to add an FM rebroadcasting transmitter to its AM service CHQR Calgary, pending the outcome of a separate public process also announced today in Broadcasting Notice of Consultation 2011-695.
In regard to items 1 through 12:
Items 1 to 7 are technically mutually exclusive, each proposing the use of the frequency 95.3 MHz.
Items 8 and 9 are technically mutually exclusive, each proposing the use of the frequency 100.3 MHz.
Items 10 and 11 are technically mutually exclusive, proposing the use of the frequencies 106.7 MHz and 106.9 MHz respectively.
Item 12 proposes the use of frequency 1670 kHz.
These applications will be considered as competitive radio applications.
The following applicants identified alternate frequencies and provided documentation to support their technical suitability:
Unison Media Inc. (Item 3)
Rawlco Radio Ltd. (Item 9)
Multicultural Broadcasting Corporation Inc. (Item 10)
The following applicant identified an alternate frequency but did not provide any documentation to support its technical suitability:
Alberta Mosaic Radio Broadcasting Inc. (Item 7)
The following applicants did not identify alternate frequencies:
Diversified Society of Alberta (Item 1)
Jim Pattison Broadcast Group Ltd. (the general partner) and Jim Pattison Industries Ltd. (the limited partner), carrying on business as Jim Pattison Broadcast Group Limited Partnership (Item 2)
Harvard Broadcasting Inc. (Item 4)
Bell Media Inc. and 7550413 Canada Inc., partners in a general partnership carrying on business as Bell Media Calgary Radio Partnership (Item 5)
Clear Sky Radio Inc. (Item 6)
7954689 Canada Inc. (Item 8)
Corus Entertainment Inc., on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiary CKIK-FM Limited (Item 11)
Punjabi – World Network Ltd. (Item 12)
Consistent with the approach set out in the call for applications announced in Broadcasting Notice of Consultation 2011-398, the Commission will not seek any additional documentation and will only consider alternate frequencies for those applicants who have both identified these frequencies and provided documentation to support their technical suitability.
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