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COMMISSIONS

CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY

SPECIAL IMPORT MEASURES ACT

Certain liquid dielectric transformers — Decision

On April 23, 2012, pursuant to subsection 31(1) of the Special Import Measures Act, the President, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), initiated an investigation into the alleged injurious dumping of liquid dielectric transformers having a top power handling capacity equal to or exceeding 60 000 kilovolt amperes (60 megavolt amperes), whether assembled or unassembled, complete or incomplete, originating in or exported from the Republic of Korea.

The goods in question are usually classified under the following Harmonized System classification number: 8504.23.00.00.

Unassembled or incomplete transformers may also be classified under the following Harmonized System classification numbers:

8504.90.90.10 
8504.90.90.82 
8504.90.90.90

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (Tribunal) will conduct a preliminary inquiry into the question of injury to the Canadian industry. The Tribunal will make a decision within 60 days of the date of initiation. If the Tribunal concludes that the evidence does not disclose a reasonable indication of injury, the investigation will be terminated.

Information

The Statement of Reasons regarding this decision will be issued within 15 days following the decision and will be available on the CBSA’s Web site at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi or by contacting either Ron McTiernan at 613-954-7271 or Mary Donais at 613-952-9025, or by fax at 613-948-4844.

Representations

Interested persons are invited to file written submissions presenting facts, arguments and evidence relevant to the alleged dumping. Written submissions should be forwarded to the Canada Border Services Agency, Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate, SIMA Registry and Disclosure Unit, 11th Floor, 100 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0L8. To be given consideration in the investigation, this information should be received by May 30, 2012.

Any information submitted by interested persons concerning the investigation will be considered public information unless clearly marked confidential. When a submission is marked confidential, a non-confidential edited version of the submission also must be provided.

Ottawa, April 23, 2012

CATERINA ARDITO-TOFFOLO
Acting Director General
Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate

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CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY

SPECIAL IMPORT MEASURES ACT

Certain potassium silicate solids — Decisions

On April 23, 2012, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), pursuant to paragraph 35(2)(a) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), terminated the investigations of dumping and subsidizing in respect of potassium silicate (also known as silicic acid, potassium salt; potassium water glass; potash water glass; potassium silicate glass), of all grades and ratios in a soluble solid including chunks, flakes or powder forms, originating in or exported from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

The CBSA is satisfied, pursuant to subparagraph 35(1)(a)(ii), that the investigations have revealed that the margin of dumping and the amount of subsidy on the imports of the subject goods from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan are insignificant and is therefore required to terminate the investigations.

The goods in question are usually classified under the following Harmonized System classification number: 2839.90.10.00.

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal injury inquiry proceedings will also cease as a result of these decisions pursuant to subsection 35(3) of SIMA.

Information

The Statement of Reasons regarding this decision will be issued within 15 days following the decision and will be available on the CBSA’s Web site at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi or by contacting Benjamin Walker at 613-952-8665, or by fax at 613-948-4844.

Ottawa, April 23, 2012

CATERINA ARDITO-TOFFOLO
Acting Director General
Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate

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CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY

SPECIAL IMPORT MEASURES ACT

Certain stainless steel sinks — Decisions

On April 24, 2012, the President of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) made a final determination of dumping and a final determination of subsidizing, pursuant to paragraph 41(1)(a) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), in respect of certain stainless steel sinks with a single drawn bowl having a volume between 1 600 and 5 000 cubic inches (26 219.30 and 81 935.32 cubic centimetres) or with multiple drawn bowls having a combined volume between 2 200 and 6 800 cubic inches (36 051.54 and 111 432.04 cubic centimetres), excluding sinks fabricated by hand, originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China.

The goods in question are usually classified under the following Harmonized System classification numbers:

7324.10.00.11
7324.10.00.19
7324.10.00.21
7324.10.00.29

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (Tribunal) is continuing its inquiry into the question of injury to the domestic industry and will make an order or finding by May 24, 2012. Provisional duties will continue to apply until this date.

If the Tribunal finds that the dumping and/or subsidizing have caused injury or are threatening to cause injury, future imports of subject goods will be subject to anti-dumping duty equal to the margin of dumping and/or countervailing duty equal to the amount of subsidy on the goods. In that event, the importer in Canada shall pay all such duties. The Customs Act applies, with any modifications that the circumstances require, with respect to the accounting and payment of anti-dumping and countervailing duty.

Information

The Statement of Reasons regarding this decision will be issued within 15 days following the decision and will be available on the CBSA’s Web site at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi or by contacting Danielle Newman at 613-952-1963, or by fax at 613-948-4844.

Ottawa, April 24, 2012

CATERINA ARDITO-TOFFOLO
Acting Director General
Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Revocation of registration of a charity

The following notice of proposed revocation was sent to the charity listed below revoking it for failure to meet the parts of the Income Tax Act as listed in this notice:

“Notice is hereby given, pursuant to paragraphs 168(1)(b), 168(1)(c), 168(1)(d) and 168(1)(e) of the Income Tax Act, that I propose to revoke the registration of the organization listed below and that the revocation of registration is effective on the date of publication of this notice.”

Business Number

Name
Address

843940990RR0001

HELP ELIMINATE DISEASE AND ADDICTION CANADA, VAUGHAN, ONT.

CATHY HAWARA
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Revocation of registration of a charity

The following notice of proposed revocation was sent to the charity listed below revoking it for failure to meet the parts of the Income Tax Act as listed in this notice:

“Notice is hereby given, pursuant to paragraphs 168(1)(b), 168(1)(d) and 168(1)(e) of the Income Tax Act, that I propose to revoke the registration of the organization listed below and that the revocation of registration is effective on the date of publication of this notice.”

Business Number

Name
Address

808074827RR0001

POWER ZONE OUTREACH MINISTRIES, TORONTO, ONT.

CATHY HAWARA
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Revocation of registration of charities

The following notice of proposed revocation was sent to the charities listed below revoking them for failure to meet the parts of the Income Tax Act as listed in this notice:

“Notice is hereby given, pursuant to paragraph 168(1)(b) and to subsections 168(2) and 248(1) of the Income Tax Act, that I propose to revoke the registration of the organizations listed below and that the revocation of the registration is effective on the date of publication of this notice.”

Business Number

Name
Address

120733605RR0001

TEEN-AID WEYBURN & DISTRICT INC., WEYBURN, SASK.

129410098RR0001

C.H.I. CULTURAL HOMESTAY INSTITUTE SOCIETY, PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.

820787091RR0001

AM ECHAD CONGREGATION, NEWMARKET, ONT.

861404622RR0001

PARIS SCIENCE CAMP FOUNDATION, PARIS, ONT.

876625872RR0001

THE SHEEP RIVER VALLEY PRESERVATION SOCIETY, OKOTOKS, ALTA.

891548067RR0001

EARTHVISION 3000 INC., AURORA, ONT.

892758178RR0001

OYEN LIFELINE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, OYEN, ALTA.

CATHY HAWARA
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

COMMENCEMENT OF PRELIMINARY INJURY INQUIRY

Liquid dielectric transformers

Notice was received by the Secretary of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) on April 23, 2012, from the Acting Director General of the Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate at the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) stating that the President of the CBSA had initiated an investigation into a complaint respecting the alleged injurious dumping of liquid dielectric transformers having a top power handling capacity equal to or exceeding 60 000 kilovolt amperes (60 megavolt amperes), whether assembled or unassembled, complete or incomplete, originating in or exported from the Republic of Korea (the subject goods).

Pursuant to subsection 34(2) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), the Tribunal has initiated a preliminary injury inquiry (Preliminary Injury Inquiry No. PI-2012-001) to determine whether the evidence discloses a reasonable indication that the dumping of the subject goods has caused injury or retardation or is threatening to cause injury, as these words are defined in SIMA.

The Tribunal’s preliminary injury inquiry will be conducted by way of written submissions. Each person or government wishing to participate in the preliminary injury inquiry must file a notice of participation with the Secretary on or before May 8, 2012. Each counsel who intends to represent a party in the preliminary injury inquiry must file a notice of representation, as well as a declaration and undertaking, with the Secretary on or before May 8, 2012.

On May 14, 2012, the Tribunal will distribute the public information received from the CBSA to all parties that have filed notices of participation, and the confidential information to counsel who have filed a declaration and undertaking with the Secretary.

Submissions by parties opposed to the complaint must be filed not later than noon, on May 24, 2012. These submissions should include evidence, e.g. documents and sources that support the factual statements in the submissions, and argument concerning the questions of

  • whether there are goods produced in Canada, other than those identified in the CBSA’s statement of reasons for initiating the investigation, that are like goods to the subject goods;
  • whether the subject goods comprise more than one class of goods;
  • which domestic producers of like goods comprise the domestic industry; and
  • whether the information before the Tribunal discloses a reasonable indication that the alleged dumping of the subject goods has caused injury or retardation, or is threatening to cause injury.

The complainants may make submissions in response to the submissions of parties opposed to the complaint not later than noon, on June 1, 2012. At that time, parties in support of the complaint may also make submissions to the Tribunal.

Parties should note that the Tribunal does not consider exclusion requests during a preliminary injury inquiry, and, therefore, none should be filed at this stage. Should the matter proceed to a final injury inquiry, particulars regarding the schedule for filing exclusion requests will be included in the notice of commencement of inquiry.

Under section 46 of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act, a person who provides information to the Tribunal and who wishes some or all of the information to be kept confidential must submit to the Tribunal, at the time the information is provided, a statement designating the information as confidential, together with an explanation as to why that information is designated as confidential. Furthermore, the person must submit a non-confidential summary of the information designated as confidential or a statement indicating why such a summary cannot be made. (See Procedural Guidelines for the Designation and Use of Confidential Information in Canadian International Trade Tribunal Proceedings available on the Tribunal’s Web site at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca.)

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules govern these proceedings.

All submissions must be filed with the Tribunal in 25 copies. The Tribunal will distribute the public submissions to all parties that have filed notices of participation and any confidential submissions to counsel who have filed a declaration and undertaking.

The Secretary has sent the notice of commencement of preliminary injury inquiry and the preliminary injury inquiry schedule to the domestic producers, to importers and to exporters with a known interest in the preliminary injury inquiry. The notice and schedule of key preliminary injury inquiry events are available on the Tribunal’s Web site at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca.

Written submissions, correspondence and requests for information regarding this notice should be addressed to the Secretary, Canadian International Trade Tribunal, Standard Life Centre, 15th Floor, 333 Laurier Avenue W, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), secretary@citt-tcce.gc.ca (email).

Parties and the public may file documents electronically with the Tribunal through its Secure E-filing Service at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca/apps/index_e.asp. The information is fully encrypted from the sender to the Tribunal.

Parties must still file paper copies in the required number as instructed. The electronic version and the hard-copy version must be identical. In case of discrepancies, the hard-copy version will be considered the original.

At the end of these proceedings, the Tribunal will issue a decision supported by a summary of the case, a summary of the arguments and an analysis of the case. The decision will be posted on its Web site and distributed to the parties and interested persons, as well as to organizations and persons that have registered to receive decisions of the Tribunal.

Written and oral communication with the Tribunal may be in English or in French.

Ottawa, April 24, 2012

GILLIAN BURNETT
Acting Secretary

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

EXPIRY REVIEW OF ORDER

Hot-rolled carbon steel plate

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) hereby gives notice that it will, pursuant to subsection 76.03(3) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), initiate an expiry review (Expiry Review No. RR-2012-001) of its order made on January 9, 2008, in Expiry Review No. RR-2007-001, continuing, with amendment, its orders made on January 10, 2003, in Expiry Review No. RR-2001-006, continuing, with amendment, its findings made on October 27, 1997, in Inquiry No. NQ-97-001, concerning the dumping of hot-rolled carbon steel plate originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China (the subject goods). The January 9, 2008, orders of the Tribunal left one order in force in respect of the People’s Republic of China; the second order respecting the Republic of South Africa and the Russian Federation was rescinded.

Notice of Expiry No. LE-2011-003, issued on March 6, 2012, informed interested persons and governments of the impending expiry of the remaining order. On the basis of the information filed, the Tribunal is of the opinion that an expiry review of the order is warranted. The Tribunal has notified the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), as well as other interested persons and governments, of its decision.

The Tribunal has issued a Draft Guideline on Expiry Reviews that can be found on the Tribunal’s Web site at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca. In this expiry review, the CBSA must determine whether the expiry of the order in respect of the subject goods is likely to result in the continuation or resumption of dumping of the subject goods.

If the CBSA determines that the expiry of the order in respect of any goods is likely to result in the continuation or resumption of dumping, the CBSA will provide the Tribunal with the information that is required under the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules. The Tribunal will then conduct an expiry review to determine if the continued or resumed dumping is likely to result in injury or retardation. The Tribunal will issue its order no later than January 8, 2013, and its statement of reasons no later than January 23, 2013.

If the CBSA determines that the expiry of the order in respect of any goods is unlikely to result in the continuation or resumption of dumping, the Tribunal will not consider those goods in its subsequent determination of the likelihood of injury or retardation and will issue an order rescinding the remaining order with respect to those goods.

The CBSA must provide notice of its determination within 120 days after receiving notice of the Tribunal’s decision to initiate an expiry review, that is, no later than August 23, 2012. The CBSA will also notify all persons or governments that were notified by the Tribunal of the commencement of an expiry review, as well as any others that participated in the CBSA’s investigation.

Letters have been sent to parties with a known interest in the expiry review providing them with the schedule respecting both the CBSA’s investigation and the Tribunal’s expiry review, should the CBSA determine that the expiry of the remaining order in respect of any goods is likely to result in a continuation or resumption of dumping.

CBSA’s investigation

The CBSA will conduct its investigation pursuant to the provisions of SIMA and the administrative guidelines set forth in the Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate’s publication entitled Guidelines on the Conduct of Expiry Review Investigations under the Special Import Measures Act. Any information submitted to the CBSA by interested persons concerning this investigation is deemed to be public information unless clearly designated as confidential. Where a submission is confidential, a non-confidential edited version or summary of the submission must also be provided which will be disclosed to interested parties upon request.

With respect to the CBSA’s investigation, the schedule specifies, among other things, the date for the filing of replies to the expiry review questionnaires, the date on which the CBSA exhibits will be available to parties to the proceeding, the date on which the administrative record will be closed and the dates for the filing of submissions by parties in the proceeding. Further information regarding the CBSA’s investigation can be obtained by contacting the CBSA officer as mentioned below.

Tribunal’s expiry review

Should the CBSA determine that the expiry of the order in respect of any goods is likely to result in a continuation or resumption of dumping, the Tribunal will conduct its expiry review, pursuant to the provisions of SIMA and its Draft Guideline on Expiry Reviews, to determine if there is a likelihood of injury or retardation. The schedule for the Tribunal’s expiry review specifies, among other things, the date for the filing of replies by domestic producers to Part E of the expiry review questionnaire, the date for the filing of updated information from domestic producers, importers and exporters to the expiry review questionnaire replies, the date on which information on the record will be made available by the Tribunal to interested parties and counsel that have filed notices of participation and the dates for the filing of submissions by interested parties.

The Tribunal’s Guide to Making Requests for Product Exclusions, which can be found on the Tribunal’s Web site at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca, describes the procedure for filing requests for specific product exclusions. This Guide also includes a form for filing requests for product exclusions and a form for any party that opposes a request to respond to such requests. This does not preclude parties from making submissions in a different format if they so wish, provided all of the information and supporting documentation requested in the forms are included. Requests to exclude goods from the order shall be filed by interested parties no later than noon, on October 22, 2012. Parties opposed or consenting or not opposed to the request for exclusion shall file written reply submissions no later than noon, on October 31, 2012. Should a request for a specific product exclusion be opposed, and if the interested party wishes to reply, it must do so no later than noon, on November 6, 2012.

Under section 46 of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act, a person who provides information to the Tribunal and who wishes some or all of the information to be kept confidential must submit to the Tribunal, at the time the information is provided, a statement designating the information as confidential, together with an explanation as to why the information is designated as confidential. Furthermore, the person must submit a non-confidential edited version or non-confidential summary of the information designated as confidential or a statement indicating why such an edited version or summary cannot be made.

Public hearing

The Tribunal will hold a public hearing relating to this expiry review in the Tribunal’s Hearing Room No. 1, 18th Floor, Standard Life Centre, 333 Laurier Avenue W, Ottawa, Ontario, commencing on November 19, 2012, at 9:30 a.m., to hear evidence and representations by interested parties.

Each interested person or government wishing to participate at the hearing as a party must file a notice of participation with the Secretary on or before September 5, 2012. Each counsel who intends to represent a party at the hearing must file a notice of representation, as well as a declaration and undertaking, with the Secretary on or before September 5, 2012.

To allow the Tribunal to determine whether simultaneous interpretation will be required for the hearing, each interested person or government filing a notice of participation and each counsel filing a notice of representation must advise the Secretary, at the same time that they file their notice, whether they and their witnesses will be using English or French or both languages at the hearing.

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules govern these proceedings.

In order to observe and understand production processes, the Tribunal, accompanied by its staff, may conduct plant visits.

Communication

Requests for information, written submissions and correspondence regarding the CBSA’s investigation should be addressed to Mr. Matthew Lerette, Canada Border Services Agency, Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate, 100 Metcalfe Street, 11th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0L8, 613-954-7398 (telephone), 613-954-3750 (fax), matthew.lerette@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca (email).

A copy of the CBSA’s investigation schedule and expiry review investigation guidelines are available on the CBSA’s Web site at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi/er-rre/menu-eng.html.

Written submissions, correspondence and requests for information regarding the Tribunal’s expiry review should be addressed to the Secretary, Canadian International Trade Tribunal, Standard Life Centre, 15th Floor, 333 Laurier Avenue W, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), secretary@citt-tcce.gc.ca (email).

Parties and the public may file documents electronically with the Tribunal through its Secure E-filing Service at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca/apps/index_e.asp. The information is fully encrypted from the sender to the Tribunal.

Parties must still file paper copies in the required number as instructed. Where a party is required to file hard copies, the electronic version and the hard-copy version must be identical. In case of discrepancies, the hard-copy version will be considered the original.

At the end of these proceedings, the Tribunal will issue a decision supported by a summary of the case, a summary of the arguments and an analysis of the case. The decision will be posted on its Web site and distributed to the parties and interested persons, as well as to organizations and persons that have registered to receive decisions of the Tribunal.

Written and oral communication with the CBSA and the Tribunal may be in English or in French.

Ottawa, April 25, 2012

DOMINIQUE LAPORTE
Secretary

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CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PARTIES

The Commission posts on its Web site the decisions, notices of consultation and regulatory policies that it publishes, as well as information bulletins and orders. On April 1, 2011, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure came into force. As indicated in Part 1 of these Rules, some broadcasting applications are posted directly on the Commission’s Web site, www.crtc.gc.ca, under “Part 1 Applications.”

To be up to date on all ongoing proceedings, it is important to regularly consult “Today’s Releases” on the Commission’s Web site, which includes daily updates to notices of consultation that have been published and ongoing proceedings, as well as a link to Part 1 applications.

The following documents are abridged versions of the Commission’s original documents. The original documents contain a more detailed outline of the applications, including the locations and addresses where the complete files for the proceeding may be examined. These documents are posted on the Commission’s Web site and may also be examined at the Commission’s offices and public examination rooms. Furthermore, all documents relating to a proceeding, including the notices and applications, are posted on the Commission’s Web site under “Public Proceedings.”

CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

PART 1 APPLICATIONS

The following applications were posted on the Commission’s Web site between April 19, 2012, and April 26, 2012:

Shaw Television
Limited Partnership
Ottawa, Ontario
2012-0465-1
Amendment to the technical parameters of CIII-DT-6
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 23, 2012

Canadian Chinese Media Network
Across Canada
2012-0473-4
Addition of CCTV Français (French) to the list of non-Canadian programming services authorized for distribution
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 24, 2012

Canadian Chinese Media Network
Across Canada
2012-0472-6
Addition of CCTV English News to the list of non-Canadian programming services authorized for distribution
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 24, 2012

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CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

DECISIONS

The complete texts of the decisions summarized below are available from the offices of the CRTC.

2012-233  April 23, 2012

CKPM-FM Radio Ltd.
Port Moody, British Columbia

Approved — Application to change the technical parameters of the English-language commercial radio station CKPM-FM Port Moody.

2012-234  April 23, 2012

Various transitional digital radio undertakings
Various locations

Renewed — Broadcasting licences for the digital radio programming undertakings listed in the appendix to the decision, from May 1, 2012, to August 31, 2012.

2012-236  April 24, 2012

Rawlco Radio Ltd., 587681 Saskatchewan Ltd. and 101155515 Saskatchewan Ltd., partners in a general partnership carrying on business as Northwestern Radio Partnership
Rawlco Radio Ltd. and 587681 Saskatchewan Ltd., partners in a general partnership carrying on business as Northwestern Radio Partnership
Rawlco Radio Ltd.
North Battleford and Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

Approved — Applications for authority to effect a multi-step corporate reorganization involving the assets of the radio programming undertakings CJCQ-FM, CJHD-FM and CJNB North Battleford and CJNS-FM Meadow Lake.

Approved — Renewals of the broadcasting licences for the English-language commercial radio programming undertakings CJHD-FM and CJNS-FM, from September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2018.

2012-238  April 25, 2012

Shaw Television G.P. Inc. (the general partner) and Shaw Media Global Inc. (the limited partner), carrying on business as Shaw Television Limited Partnership, and Shaw Media Global Inc., partners in a general partnership carrying on business as Mystery Partnership
Across Canada

Approved — Application for authority to acquire, through the acquisition by Shaw Media Global Inc. of Mystery Partnership’s units held by TVA Group Inc., the assets of the national, English-language specialty Category A service Mystery, and for a broadcasting licence to continue the operation of the undertaking, subject to the applicant filing an updated payment schedule for its proposed tangible benefits.

2012-239  April 25, 2012

Shaw Television G.P. Inc. (the general partner) and Shaw Media Global Inc. (the limited partner), carrying on business as Shaw Television Limited Partnership, and Shaw Media Global Inc., partners in a general partnership carrying on business as Men TV General Partnership
Across Canada

Approved — Application for authority to acquire, through the acquisition by Shaw Media Global Inc. of Men TV General Partnership’s units held by TVA Group Inc., the assets of the national, English-language specialty Category A service The Cave, and for a broadcasting licence to continue the operation of the undertaking, subject to the applicant filing an updated payment schedule for its proposed tangible benefits.

Approved — Renewal of the broadcasting licence for The Cave until August 31, 2016.

2012-241  April 26, 2012

Astral Media inc., on behalf of various licensees
Across Canada

Approved — Applications to renew the broadcasting licences for the various specialty and pay television services affiliated with the Astral Media inc. broadcasting ownership group, from September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2017.

2012-242  April 26, 2012

Quebecor Media Inc., on behalf of TVA Group Inc.
Across Canada

Approved — Applications to renew the broadcasting licences for the national, French-language television network TVA and the conventional television stations associated with that network, as well as the specialty Category A, B and C services affiliated with the Quebecor Media Inc. broadcasting ownership group, from September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2015.

2012-243  April 26, 2012

V Interactions inc.
Across Canada

Application to review certain conditions of licence for its television programming undertakings CFJP-DT Montréal, CFAP-DT Québec, CFKM-DT Trois-Rivières, CFKS-DT Sherbrooke and CFRS-DT Saguenay, Quebec, as well as those for the licence for the V Interactions network.

2012-244  April 26, 2012

Astral Media Radio (Toronto) Inc. and 4382072 Canada Inc., partners in a general partnership carrying on business as Astral Media Radio G.P.
Dawson Creek and Terrace, British Columbia

Approved — Application to renew the broadcasting licences for the English-language conventional television programming undertakings CJDC-TV Dawson Creek and its transmitters CJDC-TV-1 Hudson Hope and CJDC-TV-2 Bullhead Mountain, and CFTK-TV Terrace and its transmitter CFTK-TV-1 Prince Rupert, from September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2017.

2012-245  April 26, 2012

Canal Évasion inc.
Across Canada

Approved — Application to renew the broadcasting licence for the national, French-language specialty Category A service Évasion, from September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2017.

Approved — Amendments to certain conditions of licence relating to the programming broadcast on the service.

2012-247  April 26, 2012

GlassBOX Television Inc.
Across Canada

Approved — Application for a broadcasting licence to operate AUX 2, a national, English-language specialty Category B service.

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