CRTC Tariff Regulations
Regulations Respecting the Form and Publication of Tariffs
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission,
(a) pursuant to section 17 of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act, hereby rescinds Tariff Circular 3, Regulations Governing the Construction, Filing and Posting of Telegraph and Telephone Tariffs by Telegraph and Telephone Companies, made by General Order No. 843 dated 1 April, 1959 of the Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada; and
(b) pursuant to subsection 14(2) of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act and section 270, subsections 320(3), 320(6) and 321(5) of the Railway Act hereby makes the annexed Regulations Respecting the Form and Publication of Tariffs to be effective 20 July, 1979, with the exception of subsections 4(3), 4(4) and 4(6) thereof which come into effect on 1 July, 1980.
Ottawa, July 20th, 1979
APPROVAL OF TARIFFS
3. No regulated company shall apply any tariff unless the tariff has been approved by the Commission.
FORM AND STYLE OF TARIFFS
4. (1) The tariffs of every regulated company shall be in loose-leaf form, on pages of uniform size, 21.5 centimetres wide by 28 centimetres long, and shall be prepared in legible form by a duplicating process that ensures accuracy in all copies.
(2) No alteration or erasure in the original text is permitted in any tariff filed with the Commission or made available to the public.
(3) The tariffs of every regulated company shall be numbered consecutively, using the block of tariff numbers assigned to the company in the table to this section, and each number shall be prefixed by the letters “CRTC”.
(4) The first tariff of a regulated company numbered as required by subsection (3) shall be the index of tariffs required to be published under section 6 and where a General Tariff is published by the company, its second tariff shall be the General Tariff of the company.
(5) Where a regulated company has not been assigned a block of numbers in the table to this section, that company may apply ex parte to the Commission to have such a block assigned to it.
(6) Where the Commission determines that a regulated company serves a significant proportion of subscribers in both official languages, every tariff of that company filed with the Commission or made available to the public shall be in both official languages.
Regulated Company Assigned Tariff Numbers British Columbia Telephone Company CRTC 1000-CRTC 1999 Terra Nova Telecommunications CRTC 2000-CRTC 2999 Northwest Telecommunications CRTC 3000-CRTC 3999 Canadian National Telecommunications CRTC 4000-CRTC 4999 Canadian Pacific Telecommunications CRTC 5000-CRTC 5999 Bell Canada CRTC 6000-CRTC 7999 Telesat Canada CRTC 8000-CRTC 8999
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