List of abbreviations and acronyms used in references

Alliance Alliance of Seniors to Protect Canada’s Social Programs
BC PIAC The British Columbia Public Interest Advocacy Centre
Cable Watch Cable Watch Citizens’ Association
CAC Consumers’ Association Of Canada
Canadian Heritage Department of Canadian Heritage
CBC Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
CCA Canadian Conference of the Arts
CCTA Canadian Cable Television Association
CPaC Canadian Parliamentary Channel
CPC Conservative Party of Canada
CRTC Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
DLR Dominion Law Reports
Friends Friends of Canadian Broadcasting
HCCD House of Commons Committees Directorate
IMF International Monetary Fund
OR Ontario Reports
OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Oxfam Oxfam International
PIAC Public Interest Advocacy Centre
PMO Office of the Prime Minister
RCI Rogers Communications Inc.
RCMP Royal Canadian Mounted Police


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Armarego, P. (14 February 2007). Correspondence to MP Gary Schellenberger, Chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, on behalf of Keith Mahar. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com. Armarego, P. (16 March 2007). Correspondence to Senator Lise Bacon, Chair of the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications, on behalf of Keith Mahar. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Armarego, P. (31 May 2010). Correspondence to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, including documents related to CRTC corruption, on behalf of Keith Mahar. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com. Austen, I. (7 June 1994). Winning cable TV offerings surprise industry. Kitchener-Waterloo Record, p. A1.

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BC PIAC. (24 June 1996). Correspondence to CRTC Chairman Keith Spicer from Jim Quail, Barrister and Solicitor.

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Brehl, R. (14 September 1994). Canadians back merger, Rogers says. Toronto Star, p. B1.

Brehl, R. (17 September 1994). Showdown on the info highway. Toronto Star, p. C1.

Brehl, R. (6 January 1995). Rogers bows to anger, drops cable ultimatum. Toronto Star, p. A1.

Brehl, R. (15 March 1995). Cabinet demands CRTC make cable access ‘fair’. Toronto Star, p. C1.

Brehl, R. (31 March 1995). Liberal MP urges probe of CRTC. Toronto Star, p. E3.

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Brown, J. (29 March 1995). ‘CRTC artificially inflates cable costs to subscribers’, press release by MP. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

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Cable Watch. (28 November 1995). Complaint of unlawful activities filed pursuant to s.12 of the Broadcasting Act to CRTC Chairman Keith Spicer by C.K. Leafloor [CRTC file 1000-121]. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Cable Watch. (15 April 1996). Submission filed to CRTC Secretary General Allan J. Darling by C.K. Leafloor [CRTC file 1000-121]. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

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Cable Watch. (16 July 1996). Submission filed to the CRTC in response to Public Notice CRTC 1996-69 by Keith Mahar. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

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Canadian Press. (31 March 1995). CRTC denies hidden tax. The Record (Waterloo Region), p. F4.

Canadian Press. (14 February 1998). Copps extends TV fund three years, Winnipeg Free Press, p. B10.

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CCTA. (5 February 1995). A View to the Future – Step II: Submission to the CRTC Structural Policy Hearing NPH-1992-13. An excerpt is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com. CCTA. (29 March 1996). Correspondence to Cable Watch Legal Counsel C.K. Leafloor from President and CEO Richard Stursberg, copied to CRTC, Rogers Cablesystems Ltd. and Consumers’ Association of Canada [CRTC file 1000-121]. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CNW Group. (23 July 2010). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Senior Vice-President David Milliken. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

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CPaC. (30 January 1996). Proceedings of The Changing Role of the CRTC Conference. Toronto: Insight Information Inc. and The Globe and Mail. Tape 4.

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CRTC. (3 June 1993). Public Notice CRTC 1993-74, including Appendix: Dissenting Opinion of Commissioners David Colville, Beverley Oda and Rob Gordon. < http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/1993/pb93-74.htm >.

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CRTC. (24 March 1995). Circular No. 410: Cable Production Fund Contribution Guidelines. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (29 March 1995). ‘CRTC statement on allegations of hidden tax’, press release. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (24 July 1995). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Secretary General Allan, J. Darling. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (19 January 1996). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Access to Information and Privacy Co-ordinator Betty MacPhee. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (8 March 1996). Correspondence from Secretary General Allan J. Darling to Rogers Cablesystems Ltd. and the Canadian Cable Television Association [CRTC file 1000-121]. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (17 May 1996). Public Notice CRTC 1996-69: Call for comments on a proposed approach for the regulation of broadcasting distribution undertakings. < http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/1996/pb96-69.htm >.

CRTC. (25 June 1996). Unpublished CRTC decision to the Cable Watch complaint, communicated in correspondence to C.K. Leafloor from Secretary General Allan J. Darling [CRTC file 1000-121]. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com. CRTC. (22 December 1997). Public Notice CRTC 1997-150. < http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/1997/pb97-150.htm >.

CRTC. (29 June 2007). Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2007-70. < http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2007/pb2007-70.htm >.

CRTC. (24 August 2007). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Legal Counsel Shari M. Fisher, copied to Secretary General Robert Morin. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (10 October 2007). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Legal Counsel Shari M. Fisher, copied to Secretary General Robert Morin, Senior General Counsel John Keogh, and four other CRTC staff members. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (12 October 2007). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Legal Counsel Shari M. Fisher, copied to CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein, Secretary General Robert Morin, Senior General Counsel John Keogh, and four other CRTC staff members. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (5 November 2007). Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 2007-15. < http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2007/n2007-15.htm >.

CRTC. (13 December 2007). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Senior Public Hearing Officer Jade Roy. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (4 June 2008). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Senior General Counsel John Keogh, on behalf of CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (15 August 2012). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Legal Counsel Shari M. Fisher, copied to CRTC Chairman Jean-Pierre Blais and three other CRTC staff. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (22 August 2012). Correspondence to Keith Mahar from Legal Counsel Shari M. Fisher, copied to CRTC Chairman Jean-Pierre Blais and three other CRTC staff. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

CRTC. (29 October 2012). Notes for address by Chairman Jean-Pierre to the annual conference of the Canadian Chapter of the International Institute of Communications, Ottawa. < http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/com200/2012/s121029a.htm >.

CRTC. (30 November 2012). Notes for address by Chairman Jean-Pierre Blais to the Public Interest Advocacy Centre’s annual dinner. < http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/com200/2012/s121130.htm >.

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de Jong, S. (28 November 1995). ‘de Jong calls for consumer and creator advocates as CRTC Commissioners’, press release by MP. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

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Mahar, K. (13 January 1995). Petition to the Governor in Council in relation to Decision CRTC 94-923, co-signed by Gordon F. Wilson, President of the Ontario Federation of Labour. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (17 March 1995). CRTC forces public to pay for building information highway. Toronto Star, p. A19. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (6 September 2004). Submission to Prime Minister Paul Martin. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (5 April 2007). Correspondence to CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (15 April 2007). Correspondence to CRTC Senior General Counsel John Keogh, copied to CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein, A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (1 May 2007). Correspondence to CRTC Senior General Counsel John Keogh, copied to CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (20 July 2007). Submission to the CRTC (Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2007-70). A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (7 August 2007). Correspondence to CRTC Secretary General Robert Morin, copied to CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

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Mahar, K. (11 October 2007). Correspondence to CRTC Legal Counsel Shari M. Fisher, copied to CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein and six other CRTC staff members. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (1 December 2007). A Case of Recovery. Paper presented at the World Psychiatric Association International Congress: Working Together for Mental Health, Partnerships for Policy and Practice. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australia.

Mahar, K. (7 December 2007). Correspondence to CRTC Secretary General Robert Morin (Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 2007-15). A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (7 February 2008). ‘Prime Minister Stephen Harper fails to take action on CRTC cable scandal – Canadian consumers may be owed more than 1.2 billion dollars’, press release distributed by CNW Group. < http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/379397/prime-minister-stephen-harper-fails-to-take-action-on-crtc-cable-scandal-canadian-consumers-may-be-owed-more-than-1-2-billion-dollars >.

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Mahar, K. (14 June 2012). Correspondence to the Clerk of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, copied to committee members. A copy is to be added to the database on www.onemedialaw.com.

Mahar, K. (21 June 2012). ‘Request by former broadcasting industry insider to testify into allegations of CRTC corruption’, press release distributed by CNW Group. < http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/997043/request-by-former-broadcasting-industry-insider-to-testify-into-allegations-of-crtc-corruption >.

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