Canada Gazette, Part I, Volume 158, Number 13: COMMISSIONS

March 30, 2024



The Commission posts on its website original, detailed decisions, notices of consultation, regulatory policies, information bulletins and orders as they come into force. In accordance with Part 1 of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure, these documents may be examined at the Commission’s office, as can be documents relating to a proceeding, including the notices and applications, which are posted on the Commission’s website, under “Public proceedings & hearings.”

The following documents are abridged versions of the Commission’s original documents.


Applicant’s name Undertaking City Province Date of decision
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation CBSI-FM and CBSI-FM-8 Sept-Îles and La Romaine Quebec March 14, 2024
North Superior Broadcasting Ltd. CFNO-FM and CFNO-FM-7 Marathon and Nakina Ontario March 14, 2024
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation CBL-FM and CBL-FM-1, CBL-FM-2, CBL-FM-3, CBL-FM-4 Various locations Ontario March 14, 2024
Notice number Publication date of the notice City Province Deadline for filing of interventions, comments or replies
2024-60 March 15, 2024 Calgary Alberta May 14, 2024
Decision number Publication date Applicant’s name Undertaking City Province
2024-59 March 15, 2024 N.A. Findings regarding market capacity and the appropriateness of issuing a call for radio applications to serve Calgary Calgary Alberta
2024-62 March 20, 2024 Bragg Communications Incorporated Undertaking serving New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Halifax Nova Scotia
2024-63 March 20, 2024 Persona Communications Inc. Undertaking serving Sudbury Sudbury Ontario
Regulatory policy number Publication date Title
2024-65 March 21, 2024 Broadcasting Fees Regulations



Tin mill products from Canada

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Rule 82 of the Canada–United States–Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) Rules of Procedure for Article 10.12 (Binational Panel Reviews), that the binational panel review of the final determinations made by the United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, respecting “Tin Mill Products from Canada: Final Affirmative Determination of Sales at Less Than Fair Value and Final Negative Determination of Critical Circumstances” is completed. Pursuant to Rule 75(3), this Notice of Completion of Panel Review is effective on March 12, 2024, the day after the expiration of the limitation period established pursuant to subrule 44(1), as no complaint was filed in a timely manner (Secretariat File No. USA-CDA-2024-10.12-02).


Chapter 10 of the CUSMA establishes a procedure for replacing domestic judicial review of determinations in antidumping and countervailing duty cases involving imports from a CUSMA country with review by binational panels.

These panels are established, when a Request for Panel Review is received by the CUSMA Secretariat, to act in place of national courts to review final determinations expeditiously to determine whether they are in accordance with the antidumping or countervailing duty law of the country that made the determination.

Under Article 10.12 of the CUSMA, which came into force on July 1, 2020, the Government of Canada, the Government of the United States and the Government of Mexico established the Rules of Procedure for Article 10.12 (Binational Panel Reviews). These rules were adopted by the CUSMA Free-Trade Commission on July 2, 2020.

Requests for information concerning the present notice, or concerning the Rules of Procedure for Article 10.12 (Binational Panel Reviews), should be addressed to the Canadian Secretary, CUSMA Secretariat, 111 Sussex Drive, 5th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G2, Canada, or

Jennifer Hopkins
Canadian Secretary



International Joint Commission Reference regarding water pollution in the Elk-Kootenai/y watershed

By letters dated March 8, 2024, the governments of Canada and the United States provided a reference, pursuant to Article IX of the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909, to the International Joint Commission (IJC), requesting that the IJC undertake certain actions regarding the impacts of transboundary water pollution in the Elk Kootenai/y watershed. In accordance with the reference, the IJC will take some actions. First, it will assist the governments of the United States, Canada, and the Ktunaxa Nation, along with the states of Montana and Idaho and the Province of British Columbia, to establish a governance body and develop a Terms of Reference by June 30, 2024. As secretariat of the governance body, the IJC will provide continued advice and assistance to that entity for a minimum of two years. Second, the IJC will establish a study board within six months to conduct transparent and coordinated transboundary data and knowledge sharing to support a common understanding of pollution within the Elk-Kootenai/y watershed and the impacts of that pollution on people and species. The study board will submit a final report and recommendations, including recommendations of areas for further study, within two years after the establishment of the study board. The IJC invites interested persons to request to be added to the IJC’s mailing list to be kept updated on activities with respect to this reference. The IJC will seek opportunities for public engagement and will make its reports available in a transparent, publicly available format.


Paul Allen
Telephone: 613‑222‑1475

Ed Virden
United States
Telephone: 202‑372‑7990

General questions, comments, and requests to be added to the IJC mailing list, Elk-Kootenai/

Supplementary information

The Elk River rises in the Canadian Rockies and flows into the United States at Lake Koocanusa, an impoundment of the Kootenay / Kootenai River. It then flows through the states of Montana and Idaho, and Ktunaxa lands, then back to the province of British Columbia.

The documents related to the reference can be found on the IJC website.

The International Joint Commission was established under the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909 to help the United States and Canada prevent and resolve disputes over the use of the waters the two countries share. The Commission’s responsibilities include investigating and reporting on issues of concern when asked by the governments of the two countries. For more information, visit the IJC website.

March 30, 2024

Christopher Wilkie 
Secretary, Canadian Section