Folder Canadian Practices

Bell System Practices were often used unmodified in Canada.  Some were tailored for Canada, and have a suffix of CA.  Issues for use outside the Bell System and later issues were branded Northern Electric or Northern Telecom Practices.

Also see the I&R Handbook index in the BSP Handbooks Category and search on a particular BSP number.

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pdf 594-800-901CA IB Nov67 Dial NE1035B3QA ID Ocr R (138 downloads) Popular Download (pdf, 183 KB)
pdf 596-800-901CA IC Jan71 - Telescript Sets Desc Ocr R (136 downloads) Popular Download (pdf, 948 KB)
pdf 596-800-902CA IC Feb71 - Telescript Sets Inst Ocr R (157 downloads) Popular Download (pdf, 1.31 MB)

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