Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537172.Interventions Phase 2(1$dp001!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
_Sandor Legler__________________
Name: **** Legler
Address: 26 Rycon Place
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537166.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_%01!).doc
February 8, 2016
[bookmark: _GoBack]Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
___________________
Name: **** Wainwright
Address: 10 Ptarmigan Road, Yellowknife, NT, *** ***
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537167.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_v01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services**** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

8. As someone who has lived in the bush without any services at all ( except for CBC AM radio ) for some 40 years , having access to the Internet in the past 9 years has increased my exposure to the rest of the world beyond measure ! And I live near the capital of the NWT !

9. Having traveled a lot in the high arctic - both east and west - I can easily imagine just how much a difference it makes to one's worldview if one has access to the Internet , and all its possibilities that were once considered impossible , even in an isolated community in the high arctic !

10. Internet access has become a primary business and personal tool essential to my well being . Imagine what it does for kids elsewhere in the high arctic !

Yours very truly,
_whleard __________________
Name: **** H Leard
Address: #1 Jolliffe Island, PO Box 873, Yellowknife, NT, *** ***
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537174.Interventions Phase 2(1$dp201!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services**** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
Ali shaker
PO Box 280 unit 900A
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537171.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_z01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 3, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
___________________
Name: John D ****

Address: 10 England Crescent, Yellowknife, NT Canada *** ***Email: ******@***.com

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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537158.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_m01!).pdf
n 356B Old Airport Rd.
n PHONE (867) 669-7500
YELLOWKNIFE, NT
FAX (867) 669-7510
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www.ssimicro.com

February 8, 2016 Filed electronically Ms. **** May-Cuconato

Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0N2

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services: Filing of joint supporting interventions **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. We are writing with respect to Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134 “Review of Basic Telecommunications Services” (“TNC 2015-134”), and subsequent related notices and procedures.

2. In TNC 2015-134-3, the Commission invited Canadians to provide views related to their usage of telecommunications services and submit interventions on the issues and questions identified in TNC 2015-134 by 8 February 2016. The Commission further noted that: "Parties are permitted to coordinate, organize, and file, in a single submission, interventions by other interested persons who share their position but do not wish to appear at the hearing.” 3. In accordance with that procedure, the persons named in the list below have provided interventions in support of the positions presented by SSI Micro Ltd. (“SSi”) to the CRTC in SSi’s July 14, 2015 intervention, “The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.”

4. The parties agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

5. Further, the parties submit that the CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users.

6. This is to confirm that:

TNC 2015-134 – Letters of SupportFebruary 8, 2016 2a. The persons named on the list below have agreed that SSi submit the attached interventions and accept service of documents on their behalf;

b. Each person named on this list has been informed by the party that their name and intervention will be posted on the Commission’s website as part of the public record of this proceeding and that all information provided by this person becomes part of the publicly accessible file, including personal information such as full name, email address, postal/street address, telephone and facsimile number(s) and any other personal information provided; and

c. No person named on this list is requesting to appear at the public hearing.

i. RG ****
ii. Yun Ke Ni
iii. **** Callow
iv. **** Sharp
v. **** Krikort
vi. Barry ****
vii. **** Rockwell
viii. **** Wainwright
ix. **** Leard
x. **** McLean
xi. **** Dook
xii. **** Simons
xiii. John D ****
xiv. **** Legler
xv. **** Legler
xvi. Ali Shaker

7. We appreciate the opportunity to coordinate and submit this joint intervention, and remain, Respectfully yours,

THE SSi GROUP OF COMPANIES
[SGD – DEAN PROCTOR]

------------------------------------------- **** Proctor, Chief Development ****

******@***.com

TNC 2015-134 – Letters of SupportFebruary 8, 2016 3SCHEDULE

PUBLIC INTERVENTIONS SUPPORTING SSI’S POSITION IN THE TNC 2015-134 PROCEEDING FILED UNDER SEPARATE COVER ACCOMPANYING THIS LETTER *** End of Document ***

Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537168.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_w01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services**** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
___________________
Name: **** McLean
Address: PO Box 123, Sanikiluaq, Nunavut *** ***
Email:******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537178.Interventions Phase 2(1$dp601!).html

Copie envoyée au demandeur et à tout autre intimé si applicable / Copy sent to applicant and to any respondent if applicable: Non/No

Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537170.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_y01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
**** Simons
Name: **** Simons
Address: Yellowknife NT
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537173.Interventions Phase 2(1$dp101!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
____Lynne Legler_______________
Name: **** Legler
Address: 26 Rycon Place
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537163.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_r01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
**** Krikort
Name: **** Krikort
Address: P. O. Box 95, Kugaaruk, Nunavut *** ***
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537165.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_t01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 1, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services**** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
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Address: 127B Moyle Dr Yellowknife, NT, *** ***
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537162.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_q01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
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351 Bellanca Ave
Yellowknife, NT *** ***
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537161.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_p01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services**** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is very important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
**** Callow
Name: **** Callow
Address: 1 ****, **** Providence, NT *** ***
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537160.Interventions Phase 2(1$d__01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services**** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
__Yunke Ni_________________
Name: Yun Ke Ni
Address: PO Box 271 Kugluktuk, NU *** ***
Email:******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537159.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_n01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services**** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
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Name: RG ****
Address: Box87, Tagish, YT, *** ***
Email: ******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537164.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_s01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

8. I do not use the phone, and use the internet solely for all communications.

Yours very truly,
__barry davenport_________________
Name :barry davenport
Address:3919 school draw Yellowknife nt
Email:******@***.com
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Interventions Phase 2: SSi Micro Ltd. (Intervenor 759)

Document Name: 2015-134.227325.2537169.Interventions Phase 2(1$d_x01!).doc
[bookmark: _GoBack]February 8, 2016
Ms. **** May-Cuconato
Secretary-General
Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission
Ottawa, Ontario
*** ***

Re: Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134, Review of Basic Telecommunications Services **** Ms. May-Cuconato;

1. I am a resident of Canada’s **** and a consumer of telecommunication services. As a northern resident, I have a real interest in the CRTC’s review of basic telecommunications services.

2. Access to quality, affordable broadband is important to me and to the north. How the CRTC deals with broadband going forward will have a major impact on consumers, competition, choice, and innovation across Canada.

3. I rely on broadband service as an essential part of my personal and work life. Broadband service strengthens the social health of our community. It helps local business, it helps preserve northern culture, and it allows our culture to be shared around the globe.

4. For the north to participate fully in the digital economy, broadband prices must be affordable, if not the same as the south, and there must be backbone capacity to deliver quality service. To achieve this, I agree with the proposal made by SSi Micro to the CRTC in their July 2015 intervention, The Qimirluk Proposal: An Open Gateway to Deliver the Promise of Broadband.

5. I agree that the CRTC basic service objective must be updated to reflect today’s reality: Broadband is the basic telecommunications service. Broadband is a must-have for all consumers, businesses and governments in Canada, especially in the ****.

6. The CRTC must ensure that the communications backbone connecting northern communities to the rest of the world is able to meet growing demand, and that facilities in remote communities allow competing local providers to deliver quality and affordable broadband and other services to end-users such as myself.

7. I appreciate the opportunity to submit this intervention. I do not wish to appear at any public hearing, but do permit the CRTC to post these comments and my contact information on the CRTC website.

Yours very truly,
_Maggie Dook__________________
Name: **** Dook
Address: 5056A **** Drive, Yellowknife, NT *** ***
Email: ******@***.com
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