Vol. 149, No. 19 — May 9, 2015

COMMISSIONS

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:

Business Number Name/Address
898443908RR0001 FONDS WALDORF CANADA / WALDORF CANADA FUNDS, BELOEIL (QC)

CATHY HAWARA
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Voluntary de-registration

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to subsection 204.81(8.1) of the Income Tax Act (Voluntary de-registration), that the registration of Front Street Energy Growth Fund Inc., Toronto, Ontario (Registration Number LV000174), a registered labour-sponsored venture capital corporation, is revoked as of October 15, 2014.

TED GALLIVAN
Deputy Assistant Commissioner

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CANADA-NOVA SCOTIA OFFSHORE PETROLEUM BOARD

CANADA-NOVA SCOTIA OFFSHORE PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACCORD IMPLEMENTATION ACT

Call for Bids No. NS15-1

The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (the “Board”) hereby gives notice of a call for submission of bids for nine Exploration Licences covering those lands in the Nova Scotia offshore area described in Appendix I (the “Lands”) of Call for Bids No. NS15-1.

This notice of Call for Bids No. NS15-1 is made pursuant to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act, S.C. 1988, c. 28, and the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation (Nova Scotia) Act, S.N.S. 1987, c. 3 (the “Legislation”).

The following is a summary of Call for Bids No. NS15-1:

The full text of Call for Bids No. NS15-1 is available at www. callforbids.ca or upon request made to the Director, Regulatory Affairs & Finance, Secretary of the Board, Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board, TD Centre, 8th Floor, 1791 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3K9, 902-422-5588.

March 23, 2015

STUART PINKS, P.Eng.
Chief Executive Officer

APPENDIX I CALL FOR BIDS NO. NS15-1 the “LANDS”

Land parcel No. 1 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 1*) Hectares Sections
42-10-65-00 30 608 21-100
42-00-65-00 30 688 21-100
41-50-65-00 30 768 21-100
41-40-65-00 30 848 21-100
41-30-65-00 30 928 21-100
41-20-65-00 4 644 49, 50, 59, 60, 69, 70, 79, 80, 89, 90, 99, 100
42-00-65-15 19 180 1-50
41-50-65-15 38 460 1-100
41-40-65-15 38 560 1-100
41-30-65-15 38 660 1-100
41-20-65-15 35 658 9-100
41-20-65-30 38 760 1-100
Total hectares (Approximate) 367 762  

Land parcel No. 2 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 2*) Hectares Sections
41-50-64-15 4 612 85-90, 95-100
41-50-64-30 36 920 5-100
41-40-64-30 26 984 16-20, 26-30, 36-40, 46-100
42-10-64-45 38 260 1-100
42-00-64-45 38 360 1-100
41-50-64-45 38 460 1-100
41-40-64-45 38 560 1-100
41-30-64-45 23 567 7-10, 17-20, 27-30, 37-40, 47-50, 54-60, 64-70, 74-100
42-10-65-00 7 652 1-20
42-00-65-00 7 672 1-20
41-50-65-00 7 692 1-20
41-40-65-00 7 712 1-20
41-30-65-00 7 732 1-20
Total hectares (Approximate) 284 183  

Land parcel No. 3 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 3*) Hectares Sections
42-40-64-30 30 390 1-8, 11-18, 21-28, 31-38, 41-48, 51-58, 61-68, 71-78, 81-88, 91-98
42-30-64-30 38 070 1-100
42-40-64-45 30 769 1-8, 11-18, 21-28, 31-38, 41-48, 51-58, 61-68, 71-78, 81-88, 91-99
42-30-64-45 38 070 1-100
42-20-64-45 38 160 1-100
42-40-65-00 18 614 1-9, 11-19, 21-29, 31-36, 41-46, 51-56, 61, 71, 81, 91
42-30-65-00 38 070 1-100
42-20-65-00 38 160 1-100
42-30-65-15 34 270 1-50, 51-58, 61-68, 71-78, 81-88, 91-98
42-20-65-15 38 160 1-100
42-30-65-30 20 955 1-6, 11-16, 21-26, 31-36, 41-46, 51-55, 61-65, 71-75, 81-85, 91-95
42-20-65-30 19 080 1-50
Total hectares (Approximate) 382 768  

Land parcel No. 4 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 4*) Hectares Sections
43-00-64-00 37 760 1-100
42-50-64-00 37 870 1-100
42-40-64-00 37 970 1-100
43-00-64-15 37 760 1-100
42-50-64-15 37 870 1-100
42-40-64-15 37 970 1-100
43-00-64-30 17 005 1-7, 11-17, 21-27, 31-37, 41-47, 51, 52, 61, 62, 71, 72, 81, 82, 91, 92
42-50-64-30 37 870 1-100
42-40-64-30 7 580 9, 10, 19, 20, 29, 30, 39, 40, 49, 50, 59, 60, 69, 70, 79, 80, 89, 90, 99, 100
42-50-64-45 17 809 1-8, 11-18, 21-28, 31-38, 41-43, 51-53, 61-63, 71-73, 81-83
42-40-64-45 6 822 9, 10, 19, 20, 29, 30, 39, 40, 49, 50, 59, 60, 69, 70, 79, 80, 89, 90
Total hectares (Approximate) 314 286  

Land parcel No. 5 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 5*) Hectares Sections
43-30-62-15 10 122 41-47, 51-57, 61-67, 71, 72, 81, 82, 91, 92
43-20-62-15 22 536 41-100
43-10-62-15 22 596 41-100
43-00-62-15 15 852 44-50, 54-60, 64-70, 74-80, 84-90, 94-100
43-30-62-30 2 250 1, 2, 11, 12, 21, 22
43-20-62-30 27 054 1-37, 41-47, 51-57, 61-67, 71-77, 81-87
43-10-62-30 37 660 1-100
43-00-62-30 26 420 4-10, 14-20, 24-30, 34-40, 44-50, 54-60, 64-70, 74-80, 84-90, 94-100
43-10-62-45 25 612 1-62, 71, 72, 81, 82, 91, 92
43-00-62-45 37 760 1-100
42-50-62-45 37 870 1-100
Total hectares (Approximate) 265 732  

Land parcel No. 6 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 6*) Hectares Sections
43-40-61-45 18 700 1-5, 11-15, 21-25, 31-35, 41-45, 51-55, 61-65, 71-75, 81-85, 91-95
43-30-61-45 37 460 1-100
43-20-61-45 37 560 1-100
43-10-61-45 37 660 1-100
43-00-61-45 26 420 4-10, 14-20, 24-30, 34-40, 44-50, 54-60, 64-70, 74-80, 84-90, 94-100
43-40-62-00 13 090 1-5, 11-15, 21-25, 31-35, 41-45, 51-55, 61-65
43-30-62-00 37 460 1-100
43-20-62-00 37 560 1-100
43-10-62-00 37 660 1-100
43-00-62-00 26 420 4-10, 14-20, 24-30, 34-40, 44-50, 54-60, 64-70, 74-80, 84-90, 94-100
43-30-62-15 12 740 1-27, 31-37
43-20-62-15 15 024 1-40
43-10-62-15 15 064 1-40
43-00-62-15 10 568 4-10, 14-20, 24-30, 34-40
Total hectares (Approximate) 363 386  

Land parcel No. 7 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 7*) Hectares Sections
43-40-61-00 18 700 1-5, 11-15, 21-25, 31-35, 41-45, 51-55, 61-65, 71-75, 81-85, 91-95
43-30-61-00 37 460 1-100
43-20-61-00 37 560 1-100
43-10-61-00 37 660 1-100
43-40-61-15 18 700 1-5, 11-15, 21-25, 31-35, 41-45, 51-55, 61-65, 71-75, 81-85, 91-95
43-30-61-15 37 460 1-100
43-20-61-15 37 560 1-100
43-40-61-30 18 700 1-5, 11-15, 21-25, 31-35, 41-45, 51-55, 61-65, 71-75, 81-85, 91-95
43-30-61-30 37 460 1-100
43-20-61-30 37 560 1-100
Total hectares (Approximate) 318 820  

Land parcel No. 8 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 8*) Hectares Sections
44-20-59-45 9 250 51-55, 61-65, 71-75, 81-85, 91-95
44-10-59-45 9 250 56-60, 66-70, 76-80, 86-90, 96-100
44-20-60-00 18 500 1-5, 11-15, 21-25, 31-35, 41-45, 51-55, 61-65, 71-75, 81-85, 91-95
44-10-60-00 18 500 6-10, 16-20, 26-30, 36-40, 46-50, 56-60, 66-70, 76-80, 86-90, 96-100
Total hectares (Approximate) 55 500  

Land parcel No. 9 — All petroleum substances in all geological formations

Grid (see footnote 9*) Hectares Sections
44-00-59-30 26 030 1-7, 11-17, 21-27, 31-37, 41-47, 51-57, 61-67, 71-77, 81-87, 91-97
43-50-59-30 33 903 1-50, 53-60, 63-70, 73-80, 83-90, 92-100
Total hectares (Approximate) 59 933  

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

APPEAL

Notice No. HA-2015-002

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) has decided, pursuant to rule 36.1 of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules, to consider the appeal referenced hereunder by way of written submissions. Persons interested in intervening are requested to contact the Tribunal prior to the commencement of the scheduled hearing. Interested persons seeking additional information should contact the Tribunal at 613-998-9908.

Customs Act

Knife & Key Corner Ltd. v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency

Date of Hearing: June 11, 2015

Appeal No.: AP-2014-030

Goods in Issue: Various knives

Issue: Whether the goods in issue are properly classified under tariff item No. 9898.00.00 as prohibited devices, as determined by the President of the Canada Border Services Agency.

Tariff Item at Issue: President of the Canada Border Services Agency—9898.00.00

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

COMMENCEMENT OF PUBLIC INTEREST INQUIRY

Concrete reinforcing bar

On January 9, 2015, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal), pursuant to subsection 43(1) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), found that the dumping of hot-rolled deformed steel concrete reinforcing bar in straight lengths or coils, commonly identified as rebar, in various diameters up to and including 56.4 millimeters, in various finishes, excluding plain round bar and fabricated rebar products, originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of Korea and the Republic of Turkey, and the subsidizing of the aforementioned goods originating or exported from the People’s Republic of China had not caused injury but threatened to cause injury to the domestic industry.

The Tribunal is of the opinion that there are reasonable grounds to consider that the imposition of the anti-dumping and countervailing duties, or the imposition of such duties in the full amount, in respect of the aforementioned goods, would not or might not be in the public interest. Accordingly, the Tribunal has decided to initiate a public interest inquiry (Public Interest Inquiry No. PB-2014-001), pursuant to subsection 45(1) of SIMA, in order to determine whether the imposition of such duties is in the public interest.

The Tribunal plans to publish the results of its public interest inquiry no later than September 14, 2015.

Public hearing

A public hearing relating to this public interest inquiry will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia (exact location to be determined), commencing on July 27, 2015, at 9:30 a.m. The Tribunal will, in due course, provide detailed information to parties on the procedures that it will apply during the hearing.

Participation

Each person or government wishing to participate as a party in the public interest inquiry and at the hearing must file a notice of participation with the Tribunal no later than May 19, 2015, outlining their interest in the inquiry. Each counsel who intends to represent a party in the public interest inquiry and at the hearing must file a notice of representation, as well as a declaration and confidentiality undertaking, with the Tribunal no later than May 19, 2015. Forms for filing notices of participation, notices of representation, and declarations and undertakings are found on the Tribunal’s Web site at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca/forms.

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

Written submissions

The Tribunal will conduct this public interest inquiry by way of written submissions and an oral hearing.

Submissions to the Tribunal may be made in English or in French.

Parties that wish to file submissions supporting a reduction or an elimination of anti-dumping and countervailing duties must do so no later than June 25, 2015. Parties wishing to file submissions opposing a reduction or an elimination of anti-dumping and countervailing duties must do so no later than July 6, 2015. Reply submissions must be filed no later than July 16, 2015. These submissions must be limited to issues raised in opposing parties’ submissions. The Tribunal may decide not to accept the filing of reply submissions that include argument or evidence that does not conform to this instruction.

All submissions should provide a concise statement of a party’s position. The submission should address the relevant factors referred to in subsection 40.1(3) of the Special Import Measures Regulations. These factors are as follows:

Parties should also make submissions on the recommendation to the Minister of Finance pursuant to subsection 45(5) of SIMA, i.e. either a level of reduction in the anti-dumping or countervailing duty, or a price or prices that are adequate to eliminate the threat of injury to the domestic industry, should the Tribunal form the opinion that the imposition of anti-dumping and/or countervailing duties in the full amount would not or might not be in the public interest.

Confidentiality

Under section 46 of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act, a person who wishes some or all of the information that it provides to be kept confidential must submit to the Tribunal, at the time that the information is provided, a statement designating the information as confidential, together with reasons justifying this designation. Furthermore, a person must provide a nonconfidential summary of the information designated as confidential or a statement indicating why such a summary cannot be made. The Tribunal will determine whether the request for confidentiality is warranted.

Procedure for filing with the Tribunal

Parties and the public may file documents electronically with the Tribunal through its Secure E-filing Service at https://apps.citt-tcce.gc.ca/sftapp/CITT/html/transfer_e.html. 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.

Further information

The Tribunal’s proceedings will be in accordance with the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules.

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

This notice has been sent to interested governments and departments, and to producers, importers and purchasers of concrete reinforcing bar with a known interest. The notice will also be published in Part I of the May 9, 2015, edition of the Canada Gazette.

Some interested parties have been requested to complete questionnaires. All questionnaires can be downloaded from the Tribunal’s Web site at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca/questionnaires.

Information on participation in these proceedings is available from the Tribunal. Written submissions, correspondence and requests for information regarding this notice should be addressed to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, 333 Laurier Avenue West, 15th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca (email).

At the end of these proceedings, the Tribunal will issue a report rendering its opinion as to whether the imposition of anti-dumping and/or countervailing duties, or the imposition of such duties in the full amount, is in the public interest, supported by a statement of facts and reasons that caused it to form that opinion. The report will be posted on the Tribunal’s Web site and distributed to the parties and interested persons, as well as to organizations and persons who have registered to receive decisions of the Tribunal.

Ottawa, April 27, 2015

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

INQUIRY

Health and social services

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) has received a complaint (File No. PR-2015-004) from Workplace Medical Corp. (Workplace Medical), of Hamilton, Ontario, concerning a procurement (Solicitation No. K0305) by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). The solicitation is for the provision of occupational health services. Pursuant to subsection 30.13(2) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and subsection 7(2) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Procurement Inquiry Regulations, notice is hereby given that the Tribunal made a decision on April 30, 2015, to conduct an inquiry into the complaint.

Workplace Medical alleges that the CFIA included unnecessarily restrictive specifications in the solicitation, used undisclosed criteria in evaluating Workplace Medical’s bid, applied evaluation criteria inconsistently or mistakenly and had improper contact with the incumbent bidder during the procurement process.

Further information may be obtained from the Registrar, Canadian International Trade Tribunal, 333 Laurier Avenue West, 15th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca (email).

Ottawa, May 1, 2015

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

INQUIRY

Professional, administrative and management support services

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) has received a complaint (File No. PR-2015-002) from Samson & Associates (Samson), of Gatineau, Quebec, concerning a procurement (Solicitation No. EN929-150929/A) by the Department of Public Works and Government Services (PWGSC). The solicitation is for the provision of internal audit services. Pursuant to subsection 30.13(2) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and subsection 7(2) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Procurement Inquiry Regulations, notice is hereby given that the Tribunal made a decision on April 28, 2015, to conduct an inquiry into the complaint.

Samson alleges that PWGSC used undisclosed criteria in evaluating Samson’s bid and improperly concluded that certain project experience listed by Samson did not meet the requirements of the Request for Proposal.

Further information may be obtained from the Registrar, Canadian International Trade Tribunal, 333 Laurier Avenue West, 15th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca (email).

Ottawa, April 29, 2015

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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 for renewal or amendment or complaints were posted on the Commission’s Web site between 24 and 30 April 2015.

Application filed by Application number Undertaking City Province Deadline for submission of interventions, comments or replies
OWN Inc. 2015-0336-8 The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) Across Canada   25 May 2015
Erin Community Radio 2015-0363-1 CHES-FM Erin Ontario 25 May 2015
City Church Halifax 2015-0367-3 CIRP-FM Spryfield Nova Scotia 28 May 2015
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 2015-0372-2 CBR-FM Lake Louise Alberta 1 June 2015
Public Interest Advocacy Centre 2015-0379-8 Shomi Across Canada   1 June 2015

ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS

Applicant’s name Undertaking City Province Date of decision
La radio communautaire du comté CKMN-FM Rimouski and Mont-Joli Quebec 23 April 2015

DECISIONS

Decision number Publication date Applicant’s name Undertaking City Province
2015-162 27 April 2015 MZ Media Inc. CFZM Toronto Ontario
2015-167 29 April 2015 Rogers Media Inc. CFUN-FM Sechelt and Pender Harbour British Columbia
2015-168 29 April 2015 Newcap Inc. CKBA-FM Athabaska Alberta
2015-170 29 April 2015 Shaw Television G.P. Inc. (the general partner) and Shaw Media Global Inc. (the limited partner), carrying on business as Shaw Television Limited Partnership CHAN-DT Vancouver and Revelstoke British Columbia
2015-171 30 April 2015 Shaw Television G.P. Inc. (the general partner) and Shaw Media Global Inc. (the limited partner), carrying on business as Shaw Television Limited Partnership CHBC-DT Kelowna British Columbia
2015-172 1 May 2015 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 CHQX-FM-3 Big River Saskatchewan
2015-173 1 May 2015 Conestoga College Communications Corporation CJIQ-FM Kitchener and Paris Ontario

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NATIONAL ENERGY BOARD

APPLICATION TO EXPORT ELECTRICITY

Manitoba Hydro

By an application dated May 8, 2015, Manitoba Hydro (the “Applicant”) [Manitoba Hydro, 360 Portage Avenue, 22nd Floor, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0G8, 204-360-4539 (telephone), kjmoroz@hydro.mb.ca (email)] has applied to the National Energy Board (the “Board”), under Division II of Part VI of the National Energy Board Act (the “Act”), for authorization to export power and energy to Roseau Electric Cooperative, Inc. of the United States. The export will be for the period of August 1, 2015, to July 31, 2020, up to a maximum of 20 kW of power and 60 000 kWh of firm energy in any consecutive 12-month period.

The Board wishes to obtain the views of interested parties on this application before issuing a permit or recommending to the Governor in Council that a public hearing be held. The directions on procedure that follow explain in detail the procedure that will be used.

  1. Written submissions in respect of the application shall be filed with the Secretary, National Energy Board, Center 10, 517 Tenth Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta T2R 0A7, 403-292-5503 (fax), and served on the Applicant by June 8, 2015.
  2. Any answer to submissions that the Applicant wishes to present shall be filed with the Secretary of the Board and served on the party that filed the submission by June 23, 2015.
  3. For further information on the procedures governing the Board’s examination, contact the Secretary of the Board, at 403-292-4800 (telephone) or 403-292-5503 (fax).

SHERI YOUNG
Secretary

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NATIONAL ENERGY BOARD

APPLICATION TO EXPORT ELECTRICITY TO THE UNITED STATES

Roctop Investments Inc.

By an application dated April 30, 2015, Roctop Investments Inc. (the “Applicant”) has applied to the National Energy Board (the “Board”), under Division II of Part VI of the National Energy Board Act (the “Act”), for authorization to export up to 7 000 000 MWh of combined firm and interruptible energy annually for a period of 10 years.

The Board wishes to obtain the views of interested parties on this application before issuing a permit or recommending to the Governor in Council that a public hearing be held. The directions on procedure that follow explain in detail the procedure that will be used.

  1. The Applicant shall deposit and keep on file, for public inspection during normal business hours, copies of the application at its offices located at Roctop Investments Inc., 1061 Merivale Road, Unit 5, Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 6A9, Attention: Vincent Thellen, info@roctop.ca (email), 613-421-4246 (telephone), and provide a copy of the application to any person who requests one. A copy of the application is available for viewing during normal business hours, by appointment, in the Board’s library, at 517 Tenth Avenue SW, 2nd Floor, Calgary, Alberta T2R 0A8. To make an appointment, please call 1-800-899-1265. The application is also available online at www.neb-one.gc.ca.
  2. Submissions that any party wishes to present shall be filed with the Secretary, National Energy Board, 517 Tenth Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta T2R 0A8, 403-292-5503 (fax), and served on the Applicant by June 8, 2015.
  3. Pursuant to subsection 119.06(2) of the Act, the Board is interested in the views of submitters with respect to
    • (a) the effect of the exportation of the electricity on provinces other than that from which the electricity is to be exported; and
    • (b) whether the Applicant has
      • (i) informed those who have declared an interest in buying electricity for consumption in Canada of the quantities and classes of service available for sale, and
      • (ii) given an opportunity to purchase electricity on terms and conditions as favourable as the terms and conditions specified in the application to those who, within a reasonable time of being so informed, demonstrate an intention to buy electricity for consumption in Canada.
  4. Any answer to submissions that the Applicant wishes to present in response to items 2 and 3 of this notice of application and directions on procedure shall be filed with the Secretary of the Board and served on the party that filed the submission by June 23, 2015.
  5. For further information on the procedures governing the Board’s examination, contact the Secretary of the Board at 403-292-4800 (telephone) or 403-292-5503 (fax).

SHERI YOUNG
Secretary

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