That does sound like it's close to the same wording that was in the letter, but I'm almost positive that is was not specific in mentioning "analog TV sets (with no digital tuners)"
... I remember reading the letter a couple times and it being a blatant lie about no longer being able to receive the network stations via antenna. This may have been changed on their site due to complaints perhaps?
Regardless, even the possibly revised statements are still (IMO) intended to mislead the customers and strong arm them into thinking they have to get cable to get their TV stations.
I also want to see how they worded the little box on the right side of the letter. This was the most misleading part from what I recall, and was meant to catch your eye - it had all the network logos and basically said you will no longer get these channels if you have an antenna.
Even the green portion is an outright lie - if you buy a converter for your analog TV, then it will most definitely not lose signal. It's purposely misleading, and has likely drummed up a good amount of business for them due to customers that simply do not know any better.
I can't say for certain, but I'm pretty sure the gentlemen I quoted above typed these quotes word for word from the letter. His location is the same as mine, so he would have received the same letter as I.
I have the letter in front of me as I type this, and the first sentence reads:
"In February 2009, all U.S. channels are going off the air. That means you won't be able to get your favourite shows anymore if you use an antenna."
It also has a little window off to the side that says, "Here are some of the stations will lose after February 17, 2009 if you keep using an antenna:" and has the logos for NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox.
That sounds more familiar, and what I am pretty sure my letter stated. Unfortunately it looks like it's been tossed... I'm actually a bit ticked, as I would have loved to have blown them in to the CRTC. Purposely misleading people is an extremely pathetic approach at trying to gain customers.