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Youth-Informed RCY Report Calls for Harm Reduction as Key Part of Comprehensive Substance Use Service System

VANCOUVER – The provincial government should develop a comprehensive system of substance use services capable of addressing the diverse needs of young people across British Columbia, says a report released today by the Representative for Children and Youth. The need for harm reduction to be a key component of this wrap-around system is among the […]

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AB Government: Strengthening Indigenous languages in schools

Nov 15, 2018 The Alberta government is investing in a new program that will bring Indigenous language education into classrooms across the province. The first of its kind in Canada, the Indigenous Languages in Education grant program invests $6 million to increase Indigenous language teacher capacity and expand resource development for early childhood education, as […]

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Parliamentary Secretary Sean Casey and New Brunswick’s Maliseet Nation Conservation Council launch the International Year of the Salmon in Eastern Canada

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Saint John, New Brunswick — On behalf of the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, Parliamentary Secretary and Member of Parliament for Charlottetown Sean Casey, today joined representatives of the Maliseet Nation Conservation Council with other agencies, organizations, Indigenous communities, and academics involved in the […]

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Kwispaa LNG Community Open Houses

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Harte Gold Reports Third Quarter Results

Toronto – November 15, 2018 – HARTE GOLD CORP. (“Harte Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX: HRT / OTC: HRTFF / Frankfurt: H4O) is pleased to announce its 2018 third quarter (“Q3”) results ended September 30, 2018. Mr. Stephen G. Roman, President and CEO of Harte Gold stated, “Harte Gold is pleased to report significant achievements […]

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Inner Spirit Holdings Celebrates Opening of First Spiritleaf Locations in Alberta

November 15, 2018 Spiritleaf Store Set to Open in Saskatchewan this weekend CALGARY, Alberta (November 15, 2018) – In Canada’s dynamic cannabis market, Inner Spirit Holdings Ltd. (“Inner Spirit” or “the Company”) (CSE:ISH) is establishing a chain of recreational cannabis dispensaries under its Spiritleaf brand. The Company recently opened its first two Spiritleaf franchise stores in Brooks and St. Albert, Alberta and has additional franchise store openings in Moosejaw, Saskatchewan […]

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Minister Hajdu meets with B.C. port, rail and telecom sector employees to discuss legislation to support good quality jobs

From: Employment and Social Development Canada November 15, 2018 Vancouver, British Columbia Employment and Social Development Canada A strong middle class depends on a job market where everyone has a real and fair chance at success. Today, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, met with GCT Vanterm employees at the […]

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Sabina Gold & Silver Receives Type A Water License from Nunavut Water Board – Final Major License Received for Construction and Operations

November 15, 2018 Vancouver, BC – Sabina Gold & Silver Corp (SBB.T), (“Sabina” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has received its Type A Water License from the Nunavut Water Board (“NWB”) for the Company’s 100% owned Back River Gold Project (“Back River” or the “Project”) in Nunavut, Canada. On September 21, 2018, […]

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Vancouver Fraser Port Authority renders decision on Fraser Grain Terminal Grain Export Facility project application

November 15, 2018 The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has approved a permit application from Fraser Grain Terminal to develop a grain export facility in Surrey on federal lands managed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. The approval is subject to 64 permit conditions that must be met to ensure the project is constructed safely, protects […]

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Media Advisory – Chief Jim Boucher to be honoured as Canadian Energy Person of the Year

CALGARY, Nov. 15, 2018  – Tonight in Calgary, Chief Jim Boucher of the Fort McKay First Nation will be recognized by the Energy Council of Canada as the 2018 Canadian Energy Person of the Year. One of the most influential Indigenous leaders in Canada, Chief Boucher has forged ground-breaking partnerships in the energy industry for […]

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New Canadian Coast Guard radars will enhance marine traffic monitoring off B.C. coast

From: Canadian Coast Guard Richmond, British The Canadian Coast Guard is strengthening its network for monitoring marine traffic on the West Coast, with six new radar installations that will provide a more reliable and accurate picture of traffic in the waters off southern British Columbia. These installations will ensure safer movement of vessels in these […]

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Government Releases Results Of Trespass Survey

November 15, 2018 About two-thirds of the responses to the provincial government’s recent trespassing survey support advance consent being required by anyone wanting to access privately-owned rural property.  Results of the survey were released today. Government gathered responses by mail, email and through an online questionnaire from August 9 to October 2 to collect insight […]

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After 18 months in uninsulated shack, Pond Inlet family to get a home – CBC

Jeannie Kasarnak has been living in a tiny shack with her 3 children since March 2017 Nov 14, 2018 Jeannie Kasarnak stays up all night tending the flame of a Coleman camping stove. It’s the only thing providing heat to a tiny, uninsulated shack she lives in with her three young children and common-law partner, […]

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JUNO Award nominee Don Amero Headlines Amero Little Christmas Tour – Muskrat Mag

November 14, 2018 Three-time JUNO award nominee Don Amero presents his upcoming Amero Little Christmas Tour. What is typically a sold out, one-night performance in Don’s hometown of Winnipeg, Amero Little Christmas 2018 has grown into a full 13-date tour, starting off in Calgary, AB and finishing in Winnipeg, MB on December 15th. Don recently […]

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Early Childhood Week – People and Organizations Across Quebec Stand “Hand in Hand for the Little Ones”!

MONTREAL, Nov. 15, 2018 – The 540,000 children in the 0-to-5 age group in Quebec may make up a mere 6% of our population, but they represent 100% of our future. By this virtue alone, they deserve special care and attention from every sector of our society. The third edition of Early Childhood Week, which […]

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Journalists for Human Rights and Seneca Emerging Indigenous Reporter Scholarship 2018

Journalists for Human Rights is delighted to announce a new scholarship at Seneca to support Indigenous journalism students, as part of the organization’s Indigenous Reporters Program. TORONTO, Nov. 15, 2018 – Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) is partnering with Seneca to offer a new tuition scholarship, to be funded by John Honderich and Journalists for […]

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Supreme Court Decision: The Innu will not back down in their $900 million lawsuit against Rio Tinto (IOC)

UASHAT MAK MANI-UTENAM, QC, Nov. 15, 2018 – The Innu First Nations of Uashat mak Mani-utenam and Matimekush-Lac John are disappointed by today’s decision of the Supreme Court of Canada to agree to hear an appeal by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador on the issue of the jurisdiction of Quebec Courts in respect of […]

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Indspire Says More Funding Needed for Indigenous Post-Secondary Students

November 15, 2018 Ohsweken, ON – A groundbreaking survey has found that Indigenous students in Canada continue to face barriers hindering their ability to complete their post-secondary education. The survey, “Truth and Reconciliation in Post-Secondary Settings: Student Experience,” was released today by Indspire, the national Indigenous charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people. […]

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CFN-GBI welcomes funding to support Coastal Guardian Watchmen

November 14, 2018 Environment and Climate Change Canada has announced close to $6 million in funding for 28 Indigenous Guardians programs across the country, part of the federal government’s commitment to support Indigenous stewardship of their ancestral territories. Representatives from CFN-GBI were on hand to accept funding for the Coastal Guardian Watchmen, who play a […]

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Media Advisory – New accessible senior’s duplexes officially open in Carmacks

CARMACKS, YT, Nov. 15, 2018 – Join Larry Bagnell, Member of Parliament for Yukon, on behalf of the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development and Minister Responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), along with Minister Responsible for Yukon Housing Corporation Pauline Frost as they officially open two new accessible duplexes […]

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Fortune Reports Northwest Territories Government Selection of Proponent to Construct Tlicho Road

LONDON, ON, Nov. 15, 2018  – Fortune Minerals Limited (TSX: FT) (OTCQX: FTMDF) (“Fortune” or the “Company”) (www.fortuneminerals.com) is pleased to report that Government of the Northwest Territories (“GNWT”) Finance Minister, Robert C. McLeod, has announced that North Star Infrastructure has been selected as the Preferred Proponent to fund, construct, operate and maintain the Tlicho All-Season Road […]

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Over $700,000 to boost cultural organizations across Vancouver

November 13 2018 Council unanimously approves 2018 Cultural Grants Nearly 50 local organizations will receive funding following the approval of the 2018 Cultural Grants by Council today. From dance and theatre, to arts and photography groups, each of the grant recipients aligns with the priorities of the Creative City Strategy, with $130,000 going towards organizations […]

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Nova Scotia begins annual ritual of feting its ‘Tree for Boston’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 15, 2018 OXFORD, N.S. _ Nova Scotia’s annual ritual of making a celebrity out of a tree began today in Oxford, N.S. The “Tree for Boston” was carefully cut down this morning under blue skies as about 200 people watched, including carol-singing schoolchildren. The 14-metre white spruce now starts a four-day tour […]

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Issue 32: Partnerships are Cornerstones to Success – ED Regina

Nov 14, 2018 Partnership and collaboration are the cornerstones upon which the work of Economic Development Regina is built. Virtually everything we do to help the local economy grow is based on working with other people and organizations. We have very strong and deep relationships with a number of groups and companies, through which we […]

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MNBC funded 10-week long programs

November 14th, 2018 Introduction to: Business Admin MNBC is pleased to announce a fully funded 10 week long Introduction to Business Admin Program Download Business Admin Program.pdf Introduction to: Construction Training MNBC is pleased to announce a fully funded 10 week long Introduction to Construction Worker Program in Surrey B.C. Download Construction Worker Program.pdf NT5

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Provincial (SK) Métis Citizenship Registry – Mobile Intake Session

14 Nov. Register today for the Mobile Intake Session in Swift Current! Download the form here. NT5

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Reps coming to Yellowknife to get feedback on residential school settlement process – CBC

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation holding events in 7 communities across Canada Nov 15, 2018 Representatives from the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation will be in Yellowknife Thursday to gather feedback on the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement process. Survivors of residential schools and their family members will be asked to share their […]

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Evolutionary biologists uncover new branch on Tree of Life in rare discovery published in Nature

November 14, 2018 (Halifax, N.S.) — Scientists at Dalhousie Universityhave discovered a new branch on the ‘Tree of Life’ that no one knew existed. Their findings were published today in the journal Nature and will be critical to better understanding the evolutionary history of life on earth. “This discovery literally redraws our branch of the ‘Tree of Life’ at […]

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Economic Growth in Yukon and Nunavut to Surpass Rest of Canada

Ottawa, November 15, 2018—New developments in the mining sector are helping to make Yukon and Nunavut economic growth leaders over the next few years, according to The Conference Board of Canada’s latest Territorial Outlook. Meanwhile, challenging times are on the horizon for the Northwest Territories as it faces a maturing diamond industry. “While the mining sector […]

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Business Exchange Day Returns for a 15th Edition

The Secretariat to the Cree Nation Abitibi-Témiscamingue Economic Alliance is launching a new tool for developing partnerships between Native communities and the municipalities of Abitibi-Témiscamingue and the Eeyou Istchee Baie-James territory. VAL-D’OR, QC, Nov. 14, 2018 – The Secretariat to the Cree Nation Abitibi-Témiscamingue Economic Alliance (the Secretariat) will be holding its 15th Business Exchange Day from 8:30 a.m. […]

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Maamwizing 2018: Laurentian’s second Indigenous conference focuses on Indigenous research and the prioritization of the Indigenous voice

November 16, 2018 – Laurentian University, its newly formed Maamwizing Indigenous Research Institute and its federated partner University of Sudbury are honoured to host the 2018 Maamwizing Indigenous Conference under the theme “Pursuing Indigenous Research in a Good Way.” Building from the success of the inaugural Maamwizing Conference in 2016, this edition aims to promote critical dialogue about Indigenous research by […]

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Treaty Nations Reject Canada’s Proposed Indigenous Rights Recognition and Implementation Framework

TREATY NO. 6 TERRITORY and EDMONTON, Nov. 14, 2018 – At an Alberta Assembly of Treaty Chiefs meeting many Treaty Nations have stated their opposition to Canada’s proposed Indigenous Rights and Recognition Framework Legislation. We are Treaty Tribes, Nations and Peoples of Treaty No. 6 (1876 and adhesions thereto), Treaty No. 8 and Tsuu T’ina, […]

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Laurier’s Cold Regions Research Centre hosts conference examining impact of climate change on Indigenous communities in the North

November 15, 2018 Waterloo — Wilfrid Laurier University’s 31st annual Cold Regions Research Centre Days conference will focus on the impacts of climate change on Indigenous communities in the cold regions of the world. The event, co-hosted by the Office of Indigenous Initiatives, will be held Nov. 29 and 30 in the Senate and Board Chamber on Laurier’s Waterloo campus. The two-day […]

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Blackwater Gold Project — Additional Participant Funding Allocated

November 14, 2018 — The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has allocated an additional $28,897 in federal funds to Lhoosk’uz Dené Nation, Nazko First Nation, and Ulkatcho First Nation to assist their participation in the environmental assessment of the proposed Blackwater Gold Project, located in central British Columbia. Details of Funding Allocation for the Project Recipients Additional Funding […]

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Canadore College: North Bay Film Festival to Screen Student Film Showcase

Nov 15, 2018 | Canadore College (NORTH BAY, ONT.) – Seventeen student short films and one Canadore professor’s feature film will be screened at the annual North Bay Film Festival (NBFF) this weekend. As a part of regular program delivery in the digital cinematography program, students are tasked with creating creative content over the three […]

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4th Annual Indigenous & Ingenious promises another stellar Show & Sale – Muskrat Mag

Toronto ON, Distinctly, uniquely Indigenous works by eighteen talented artists, artisans and designers will be showcased and available for sale in Toronto at Indigenous & Ingenious on November 17 & 18, 2018. The show will be open at 765 Queen Street East, just east of Broadview at the Ralph Thornton Centre, from 11:00 a.m. to […]

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Aurora College Foundational Review Public Meeting

YELLOWKNIFE (November 14, 2018) – Minister of Education Culture and Employment Caroline Cochrane will hold a public meeting in Yellowknife to discuss the Government of the Northwest Territories response to the Aurora College Foundational Review. The meetings will give Yellowknife residents an opportunity to hear about next steps in the transformation of Aurora College into a […]

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Halifax’s Indigenous adviser aims to connect City Hall to the community – Toronto Star

Nov. 14, 2018 HALIFAX—Whether it means suggesting the right words to use, improving hiring policies or encouraging people to run in elections who didn’t know they could, Cheryl Copage-Gehue feels her job is to connect the municipal government to the Indigenous community. Copage-Gehue started the position of Halifax’s Indigenous Advisor in May after years working […]

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ITBC AGM Nominees and New Bylaws Special Resolution

November 14, 2018 To ITBC Marketing Stakeholders, We look forward to seeing you at the Annual General Meeting and Forum on November 28, 2018. Nominees to the ITBC Board of Directors – Eligible for election at the November 28, 2018  ITBC AGM in Vancouver, BC The following individuals have completed the 2018 ITBC Board of […]

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Ottawa to spend $90M to build, repair First Nations police stations – CBC

Funding comes on top of $291M announced earlier this year to hire staff, buy equipment Nov 15, 2018 The federal government will spend nearly $90 million to build and repair police stations in First Nation and Inuit communities. The money is meant to address “pressing needs” in policing infrastructure by repairing, renovating or replacing facilities, […]

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Red Pine Announces Initial Mineral Resource Estimate for its Minto Mine South Project

Toronto, Ontario – November 15, 2018 – Red Pine Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: RPX) (“Red Pine” or the “Company”) announces its first mineral resource estimate for the Minto Mine South Project located near Wawa, Ontario (Figure 1). The Company has completed the estimate to assess the viability of a bulk sample and/or early mining scenario.  The mineral […]

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When he exonerated six Tsilhqot’in war chiefs, the Prime Minister recognized our truth – Macleans.ca

Nov 14, 2018 Opinion: Chief Joe Alphonse of the Tsilhqot’in national government explains what Justin Trudeau’s exoneration of the six war chiefs hanged in 1864 meant to his people Chief Joe Alphonse is the tribal chair of the Tsilhqot’in national government. On Mar. 26, 2018, in the House of Commons, the government of Canada exonerated […]

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MJardin Group Announces Merger with GrowForce

November 15, 2018 DENVER & TORONTO–MJardin Group, Inc. (“MJardin” or the “Company”) (CSE: MJAR), a leader in cannabis management, today announced a binding letter of intent (the “LOI”) to acquire GrowForce Holdings Inc. (“GrowForce”), a vertically integrated international cannabis platform headquartered in Toronto. Under the terms of the LOI, MJardin would acquire 100% of the […]

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NAN youth participating in international suicide prevention conference – Tbnewswatch.com

Seven Nishnawbe Aski Nation youth will travel to Australia for the Second Annual World Indigenous Suicide Prevention Conference. THUNDER BAY – In order to find new ways of hearing those who feel like no one is listening, a group of Indigenous youth from Northern Ontario are travelling across the world to listen to and speak […]

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Choose Detour Gold’s Recommended and Refreshed Board to Oversee Value Creation for All Shareholders; Do Not Support Paulson’s Self-Serving Fire Sale Agenda

November 15, 2018  Settlement attempts to end this proxy fight have failed due to Paulson’s continued demand for wholesale Board change with unqualified nominees and insistence on a fire sale  With the written support of one of its largest shareholders, Detour Gold has recommended a refreshed Board of Directors, which includes two Paulson nominees  Detour […]

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Nova Scotia pulp mill expected to miss 2020 deadline to close Boat Harbour – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 14, 2018  ABERCROMBIE POINT, N.S. _ A controversial pulp mill in northern Nova Scotia is facing delays with its new wastewater system, making it likely to miss the provincial deadline of January 2020 to stop using a polluted lagoon. The Northern Pulp mill has been sending untreated effluent to a First Nation […]

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Trevali Announces TSX Acceptance of Normal Course Issuer Bid

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 15, 2018 — Trevali Mining Corporation (“Trevali” or the “Company”) (TSX: TV; BVL: TV; OTCQX: TREVF; Frankfurt: 4TI) announces that the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) has accepted its notice to implement a normal course issuer bid (“NCIB”) to purchase, for cancellation, up to 40,000,000 common shares representing approximately 6.5% of Trevali’s […]

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Live: Police update investigation into killing of 3 people from Six Nations – CBC

Watch live starting at 10 a.m. Police and a member of the Six Nations community will provide an update today on the investigation into the deaths of one woman and two men whose bodies were found in a truck near London, Ont., earlier this month. Representatives from the OPP, Six Nations Police Service and a […]

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Sphinx and SOQUEM cut 21.2% zinc over 1 metre in new trenches; extending surface mineralization up to 1,500 m at the Calumet-Sud project, Quebec

Montréal, November 15, 2018 – Sphinx Resources Ltd. (“Sphinx” or the “Corporation”) (TSX-V: SFX) and its partner SOQUEM are pleased to announce the results of channel sampling from 13 new trenches completed this fall, on the Calumet-Sud project, held in partnership with SOQUEM. These trenches extend up to 1,500 m north of the Sonny zone […]

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Natural Resources minister says new pipelines the answer to oil price problems – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 14, 2018  CALGARY _ Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi says he shares Albertan’s “frustration” at billions of dollars being lost to the Canadian economy due to oil price discounts linked to export pipeline capacity constraints. But he says Ottawa is focused on finding long-term solutions by getting approval for new export pipelines […]

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