Archived — Voluntary Conversions to Broadband Radio Service (BRS) Licences

Letter to Grant Thornton LimitedFootnote 1 and Inukshuk Wireless Partnership regarding the transfer of Broadband Radio Service (BRS) Licences from Look CommunicationsFootnote 2 to Inukshuk Wireless Partnership, September 11, 2009

Letter to Grant Thornton LimitedFootnote 1 regarding the conversion of Multipoint Distribution Service (MDS) authorizations for sites in Ontario and Quebec to Broadband Radio Service (BRS) licences, August 27, 2009

Letter to Grant Thornton LimitedFootnote 1 regarding the conversion of its Multipoint Distribution System (MDS) authorizations for 26 sites in Ontario and Quebec to Broadband Radio Service (BRS) licences, July 16, 2009

Letter to Craig Wireless British Columbia Inc. regarding the conversion of its MDS authorization to a Broadband Radio Service (BRS) licence, November 24, 2008

Related Documents

Gazette Notice DGTP-002-06 – Policy Provisions for the Band 2500-2690 MHz to Facilitate Future Mobile Service

Multipoint Communications Systems in the 2500 MHz Range (MCS)

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Grant Thornton Limited on behalf of Look Communications Inc. and Look Mobile Corporation (the general partner) carrying on business as Look Communications L.P.

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Footnote 2

Look Communications Inc. and Look Mobile Corporation (the general partner) carrying on business as Look Communications L.P.

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