Moose Consortium Inc. Legal Action to Protect Essential Railways in Canada's Capital / Action juridique par le Consortium Moose Inc. pour protéger des chemins de fer essentiels dans la capitale du Canada

From: Joseph Potvin <joseph.potvin@letsgomoose.com>
Date: 2017-06-14 9:54 GMT-04:00
Subject: Fwd: Plainte au Bureau de la concurrence: Abus de position dominante / Complaint to Competion Bureau: Abuse of Dominant Position
To: catherine.hariton@canada.ca

Ms. Hariton,

In addition to filing this complaint letter via the website of the Competition Bureau, we also submit it to you via email to document that the various stakeholders listed as c.c. recipients have now also received it.

Joseph Potvin
Director General | Directeur général

 
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From: Joseph Potvin <joseph.potvin@letsgomoose.com>
Date: 2017-06-14 9:44 GMT-04:00
Subject: Plainte au Bureau de la concurrence: Abus de position dominante / Complaint to Competion Bureau: Abuse of Dominant Position

To: Stéphane Mougeot, MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais & Charles Ricard, Municipalité de Chelsea
 
Je vous prie de trouver en annexe la plainte envoyée ce matin au Bureau de la concurrence, Gouvernement du Canada, contre la MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais (Québec) et la Municipalité de Chelsea (Québec).
 
Veuillez confirmer la reception de ce courriel.
 
Cordialement,
 
Joseph Potvin

Director General | Directeur général

Joseph Potvin <joseph.potvin@letsgomoose.com>
To: Secretariat <secretariat@otc-cta.gc.ca>
Wednesday, Aug 24, 2016, 15:33

To the Secretary, Canadian Transportation Agency:

The three files attached here are further to the 15 August submission by Moose Consortium Inc relating to Agency Case #16-03784.

Moose has drafted, and is proposing an operational solution that leaves the City of Ottawa's current Bayview Station design exactly as it is, and introduces no significant interference with the current construction timeline of the OLRT Project. Moose is therefore extending the current stage of its escalation sequence by ten business days, until 14 September 2016 rather than 30 August 2016.

We would be grateful if both the Agency and the City of Ottawa would please acknowledge receipt of this email and its attachments.

Joseph Potvin <joseph.potvin@letsgomoose.com>
To: Secretariat <secretariat@otc-cta.gc.ca>
Monday, Aug 15, 2016, 18:25

To the Secretary, Canadian Transportation Agency:

Moose Consortium Inc. (“Moose”) acknowledges receipt of the Canadian Transportation Agency's letter dated 12 August 2016.

As summarized in our earlier letter to the Agency on 25 July, Moose now escalates this case #16-03784 with the attached letter to notify the Agency of an error in its response, and to proceed with its request a site inspection, a determination and an order.

Due to the size of some attached files, two emails in total are being sent, providing six attachments altogether.

There are 10 other attachments cited in this submission, however Moose previously provided those documents on 25 July as part of the same case, therefore they are not being re-sent.

We would be grateful if both the Agency and the City of Ottawa would please acknowledge receipt of these two emails with all six new file attachments.

Joseph Potvin <joseph.potvin@letsgomoose.com>
To: Secretariat <secretariat@otc-cta.gc.ca>
Monday, Aug 15, 2016, 18:25

To the Secretary, Canadian Transportation Agency:

The five files attached here are part of the 15 August submission by Moose Consortium Inc relating to Agency Case #16-03784.

We would be grateful if both the Agency and the City of Ottawa would please acknowledge receipt of these two emails with all six new file attachments.

Joseph Potvin <joseph.potvin@letsgomoose.com>
To: Secretariat <secretariat@otc-cta.gc.ca>
Monday, Jul 25, 2016, 19:52

To the Secretary, Canadian Transportation Agency:

Moose submits the attached letter requesting documentary evidence that the City of Ottawa was authorized by the Canadian Transportation Agency to dismantle and to permanently obstruct a section of federally-regulated railway located between approximately 500 and 250 meters from the southern end of the interprovincial Prince of Wales Bridge.

Further to the Agency's email of 9 April 2015 to Moose (below), this present submission replaces our organization's application (including any attachments) that we submitted on 3 February 2015 related to Decision No. 210-R-2012. On 13 March 2015, the Agency wrote to Moose to say: "I will leave MOOSE's current application in "abeyance" for a month, until April 9, 2015, after which time I will close the case.  Please note that this will not affect MOOSE's ability to refile in the future." That message is in the thread below, for reference.

Due to the size of some attached file, four additional emails will be sent (5 emails in total comprise this submission). There are 10 attachments altogether. We would be grateful if you would please acknowledge receipt of the letter, and of the separate file attachments.

Joseph Potvin <joseph.potvin@letsgomoose.com>
To: Secretariat <secretariat@otc-cta.gc.ca>
Thursday, Oct 25, 2012, 23:55

To the Secretary, Canadian Transportation Agency:

Ms. Warnica et.al., In reply to your email of 3 October 2012, please see the attached formal submission from Moose Inc. relating to compliance with and enforcement of Decision 210-R-2012.

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