It is time Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall retiring after decade in office

first_imgREGINA – One of Canada’s most high-profile premiers who rose to national prominence for his down-to-earth style, sharp wit and, more recently, his willingness to lock horns with Ottawa is retiring from politics after a decade in office.Saskatchewan’s Brad Wall, who is 51, said he made the decision at the end of June after talking it over with his wife Tami.“I think renewal will be good for the province. I think renewal and a different perspective will be good for the government. I think renewal will be good for my party as well,” he said Thursday.“Whatever I do after this — and I currently have no leads or prospects — this job will be the honour of my working life.”Wall said he will stay on as premier and Swift Current member of the legislature until his successor is chosen in a leadership race.Wall and his Saskatchewan Party have won three consecutive provincial elections, taking more than half of the popular vote each time. The party, which formed 20 years ago out of an alliance of disaffected Tories and Liberals, swept 51 of 61 seats in 2016.Wall routinely places high in opinion polls ranking the country’s most popular premiers and his knack for the zinger soundbite has made him a national political figure.“I hesitate to use the term cult of personality, but certainly when you think of the Sask. Party today, you automatically go to Mr. Wall,” said University of Saskatchewan political scientist Charles Smith.“He is the face of the party.”His fierce opposition to Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP Billiton’s hostile takeover bid for Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan in 2010 made him a folk hero of sorts. More recently, he has been an ardent champion of pipeline projects that would connect Canada’s crude oil to global markets.He has also clashed with Ottawa over the Liberal government’s plan to force provinces to put a price on carbon — pledging to fight the move in court if necessary.Despite their differences, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called working with Wall a privilege and praised him for his service.“Premier Wall has worked tirelessly to promote Canada and Canadian exports with our international trading partners,” he said in a statement Thursday. “His efforts will benefit the people of Saskatchewan for years to come.”Wall has faced headwinds at home in recent months, especially after this spring’s austerity budget.With a bottom line battered by low resource prices, the budget cut library and education funding, as well as grants to municipalities, although cash for libraries was later restored.It raised the provincial sales tax and added it to things that were previously exempt, such as children’s clothing and restaurant meals. The government also shut down the provincial bus company to help tackle a $1.3-billion deficit.In May, a Mainstreet Research poll suggested Wall’s party had dropped steeply in voter support and had fallen nine points behind the leaderless Opposition New Democrats. But in June, an Angus Reid poll had the Saskatchewan Party up by seven points across the province.University of Regina public policy professor Ken Rasmussen said Wall has benefited from a mixture of well-honed political instincts and the good fortune of booming resources in earlier years.“Aside from the real partisans, he will be seen as one of the great contemporary premiers of the province,” said Rasmussen.Potential leadership candidates include Energy and Resources Minister Dustin Duncan, Finance Minister Kevin Doherty and Tim McMillan — a former Saskatchewan cabinet minister who now leads the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers — as well as Justice Minister Gordon Wyant and Health Minister Jim Reiter.But Rasmussen said there’s no heir-apparent.“The rest of the people who are vying for his job will really seem ordinary in comparison,” said Rasmussen. “I think the Sask. Party’s in for a rough road ahead without him at the helm.”Wall’s retirement comes while the province’s Opposition New Democrats are in the throes of a leadership race of their own.Interim Leader Nicole Sarauer commended Wall for his dedication to public service and wished him well, but vowed to keep fighting his party.“Even with a new leader, this is still the same Sask. Party that is hurting our kids and loved ones with cuts to our schools and hospitals, making it harder for Saskatchewan families to make ends meet,” she said in a statement.Saskatchewan Party executive director Patrick Bundrock said a leadership convention is being organized, with a replacement to be chosen through a one-member, one-vote election. Its provincial council will meet within the next month to work out the details.“And until then, there’s still a lot of work to do,” Wall said.“This was such a difficult decision to make … but it is time.”— By Lauren Krugel in Calgary, with files from Jennifer Grahamlast_img read more

Deportation hearing for former Somali child refugee deferred for now

first_imgTORONTO – A former Somali child refugee will have to wait two weeks to find out whether his deportation hearing will proceed, an adjudicator ruled Wednesday.At an immigration hearing in Toronto, a lawyer for Abdoul Abdi argued that the hearing should be put on hold pending the outcome of a judicial review of the case.A spokeswoman for the Immigration and Refugee Board said the decision maker, Mary Heyes, reserved her ruling until March 21.Abdi, 24, grew up in foster care in Nova Scotia but was never granted Canadian citizenship. He was detained by the Canada Border Services Agency after serving five years in prison for multiple offences, including aggravated assault, which made him subject to deportation.The hearing scheduled for Wednesday — to confirm the non-citizen was guilty of serious criminality that precludes his staying in Canada — came after a Federal Court judge rejected a bid to delay the deportation process.Andrew Brouwer, who represented Abdi at the hearing, said he hoped the government would do the right thing and either end the deportation action or allow the judicial review to be decided first.“Given that the (review) questions the legality of the decision that gives the immigration division jurisdiction, we’re saying, ‘Hold, off, let’s see whether this should even have been referred to you before you go and render any kind of decision’,” Brouwer said.A government representative opposed the postponement and urged Heyes to go ahead and issue a removal order, Brouwer said.The pending judicial review application — Federal Court granted leave on Tuesday and set a hearing for May 29 — seeks to challenge the government’s second decision to refer the matter for an admissibility hearing.The government’s previous decision was overturned by Federal Court in October 2017 and a new ruling, the one now subject to challenge, was made in January 2018.The judicial review application alleges the government’s second decision was procedurally unfair, unreasonably assessed relevant factors, and ignored Abdi’s international law and charter arguments — which extend from the fact the state was his parent and did not apply for citizenship on his behalf, said Abdi’s Nova Scotia lawyer, Benjamin Perryman.Supporters of Abdi, including his sister Fatuma Abdi, have pressed the Nova Scotia government to intervene on his behalf.“I think that it is really unfair of the government to deport my brother, all because the Department of Community Services failed both of us on getting our Canadian citizenship,” Fatuma Abdi said recently. “They are not taking responsibility for it and that angers me on his behalf.”Sociologist Robert Wright said there should be a review of the treatment of black children and immigrants in Nova Scotia’s child welfare system.Abdi, who was born in Saudi Arabia in 1993, lost his mother in a refugee camp when he was four and came to Canada with his sister and aunts at age six. He was taken into provincial care shortly after arriving in Canada.He was moved 31 times between foster homes. He lost his native language and developed behavioural problems that advocates say were not adequately treated. Those issues led to problems with the justice system and his non-citizenship put him at risk of deportation.last_img read more

Nova Scotia electoral boundaries bill to proceed without amendments

first_imgHALIFAX – A bill proposing changes to how Nova Scotia’s electoral map is drawn will proceed without amendments despite objections from Acadian groups.The Liberal majority on the legislature’s law amendments committee voted Thursday to proceed with the revised House of Assembly Act.Acadian groups had asked for the removal of a provision that would allow so-called “non-contiguous’” constituencies — ridings that are not connected geographically — and another that would allow a committee to determine the minimum and maximum number of electoral districts.The Acadian Federation of Nova Scotia is concerned Acadians could potentially be lumped into one riding and wants at minimum the restoration of the former protected ridings of Argyle, Clare and Richmond.The Liberals say they don’t want to restrict the options of an eventual electoral boundaries commission which will look at the province’s ridings.The proposed legislative changes follow a Nova Scotia Court of Appeal ruling released in January 2017 that found a 2012 boundary redrawing that eliminated three Acadian ridings violated the voter rights section of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.The province sought the advisory opinion on constitutional grounds following court action by the Acadian federation over the elimination of the protected ridings.Under the proposed legislation, the number of voters in each district would have to fall within a certain population range of plus or minus 25 per cent of the average.Exceptions would also be permitted based on geography as well as historical, cultural or linguistic factors, which is expected to give more of a say to black and Acadian minorities in elections.last_img read more

UN and British Government launch business push for MDGs

6 May 2008A dozen international companies announced concrete initiatives to apply business expertise to tackle poverty at an event hosted in London today by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the British Government. A dozen international companies announced concrete initiatives to apply business expertise to tackle poverty at an event hosted in London today by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the British Government. More than 80 business leaders attended the Business Call to Action event, aimed at showcasing innovative and creative initiatives from the private sector to tackle poverty in the developing world. New business initiatives announced by Diageo, Vodaphone, Coca Cola, Sumitomo Chemical, Microsoft, SABMiller, Thomson Reuters, Citi and Cisco are expected to create thousands of jobs and potentially improve the lives of millions of poor people across Africa and Asia. They are part of a concerted push to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which were endorsed by 189 world leaders in 2000 and represent a global partnership to promote poverty reduction, education, maternal health and gender equality and to combat child mortality, AIDS and other diseases.The Business Call to Action aims to enable poor people to access speedy flows of information, money and business expertise, as well as creating new employment opportunities. “In the race to achieve the MDGs, one of the greatest untapped resources is the private sector,” UNDP Administrator Kemal Dervis said. “Innovative business leaders, both in the North and the South, are changing the way that many businesses operate. They are expanding beyond traditional business practices, to also focus on the needs of those locked out of the global market, bringing them in as partners in growth and wealth creation. “Such creative approaches and partnerships are essential in catalyzing vibrant new markets that can contribute to advancing inclusive growth and development.” read more

New UN peacebuilding office opens up shop in Sierra Leone

1 October 2008A new United Nations peacebuilding office opened in Sierra Leone today to assist in the continued recovery following the civil war that wracked the West African country during much of the 1990s. The UN Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Sierra Leone (UNIPSIL), mandated by the Security Council in August to replace the UN political office known as UNIOSIL, is the latest in a series of UN missions over the past 10 years that have helped the country get back on its feet. UNIPSIL will provide political support to national and local efforts for identifying and resolving tensions and threats of potential conflict, whatever the source and will coordinate the work of all UN funds, agencies and programmes. It will also monitor and promote human rights, democratic institutions and the rule of law, including efforts to counter trans-national organized crime and drug trafficking. With a staff of about 70, the new office will work on consolidating good governance reforms, with a special focus on anti-corruption instruments such as the Anti-Corruption Commission. It will support decentralization and review the country’s 1991 constitution as well as the enactment of relevant legislation. UNIPSIL will closely coordinate its work with the UN Peacebuilding Commission, which is already active in the country. Sierra Leone is one of the first two countries, along with Burundi, to receive support from the Commission, which was established in 2005 to help post-conflict countries determine the priority areas for rebuilding out of the vast array of challenges they face. read more

Death toll from influenza outbreak nears 800 UN health agency says

Some 160 countries and territories have now reported laboratory-confirmed cases of the virus, but how it could potentially change over the coming weeks is still unknown, WHO spokesperson Gregory Hartl told reporters in Geneva.Although five isolated cases of anti-viral resistance have been reported, no changes to the virus’ behaviour have been detected for now, he added.Mr. Hartl warned that A(H1N1) is expected to increase this winter in the Northern Hemisphere due to the colder weather, but he underscored that WHO cannot predict the death toll over the coming months.The highest percentages of deaths from the pandemic are among adolescents and young adults, he said, mostly likely because it spreads more quickly in schools and institutions.On vaccines against A(H1N1), the spokesperson said that each manufacturer is working at their own pace, with clinical trials only having been started recently.But WHO still expects the first doses to be ready by early fall in the Northern Hemisphere, he added.Two manufacturers have guaranteed that 150 million doses will be made available, and the agency is pressing other partners to secure more doses, Mr. Hartl noted.WHO plans to send the bulk of them to the least developed countries, with health-care workers, who work on the frontlines and are the most exposed to the virus, to be given priority.Last month, the agency raised the alert level for A(H1N1) to Phase 6, the highest on its pandemic alert scale.However, it stressed that Phase 6 refers to the spread of the virus and not its severity, and that the upgrade means that sustained human-to-human transmission of the virus has spread beyond North America, where it was initially concentrated. 24 July 2009Influenza A(H1N1) is continuing to spread through all corners of the world, the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) reported today, putting the global death toll from the pandemic at around 800. read more

Tembec indefinitely suspends operations at Quebec sawmill 148 jobs affected

by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 1, 2016 1:47 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 1, 2016 at 2:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Tembec indefinitely suspends operations at Quebec sawmill; 148 jobs affected MONTREAL – Tembec, citing weakness in the North American softwood lumber market and high wood costs, is indefinitely suspending operations at its sawmill in Senneterre, Que., putting 148 employees out of work.The Montreal-based company, which last week reported strong results in the first quarter but an adjusted EBITDA loss in the lumber segment, said the suspension will begin next Monday.The sawmill in the Temiscaming region in northwestern Quebec has an annual production capacity of 100 million board feet.Tembec (TSX:TMB) CEO James Lopez said in a news release that the decision is necessary to minimize losses.“We continue to carefully assess the evolution of market conditions and to work with the Government of Quebec to find solutions to the high cost of fibre,” he said.Tembec operates two other sawmills in Quebec and five in Ontario.The forest products producer manufactures lumber, pulp, paper and specialty cellulose. It has annual sales of about $1.5 billion and 3,250 employees in Canada and France. read more

Unai Emery warns Arsenal ahead of Wolverhampton clash

first_imgOn the eve of Arsenal’s Premier League showdown against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Unai Emery went public to praise his forthcoming opponentThe Gunners’ have been outstanding this season in spite of a bad start, having wrapped up twelve triumphs in the previous fifteen matches across all competitions.The former Sevilla boss is poised to see his side extending an impressive 15-game lossless streak, as they prepare to host the Premier League returnees Wolverhampton.Speaking of their next rivals, Emery hailed Wolves’ talent and discipline, urging his players to keep improving their performance.“They have discipline but also talented players, like at Wolves. I know that each match here is very difficult and we need to prepare so that we can continue to get better to produce a big performance every day,” he told the Birmingham Mail.Daniel Fark, Norwich City, Premier LeagueDaniel Farke, From mid-table in the Championship to the Premier League Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Norwich City manager, Daniel Farke, has taken his team from the middle of the table in the English Championship to play with the big boys in the Premier League.“It’s about thinking of the next match after finishing the game in the Europa League. Then what’s very important is the Premier League and to complete our process and our progress to be in the best position.”Emery also showed appreciation for Nuno Espirito Santo, whom he challenged during their spell in the Spanish La Liga.“He’s a good coach with experience.”“Every coach from Portugal, in my experience, is very competitive and they are very organized coaches.”last_img read more

People on the Move 061710

first_imgNext Issue Media, the e-reading joint venture spearheaded by former Time Inc. executive vice president John Squires, has named Morgan Guenther CEO. Most recently, Guenther served as chairman and CEO of wireless entertainment services company AirPlay. Before that he served as president of TiVo. The Next Issue Media partnership includes Time Inc., Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith and News Corporation. Squires is leaving the venture.Hearst Magazines announced a pair of personnel changes: InStyle advertising director Kelley Gott was appointed associate publisher of Good Housekeeping and Eugenia Santiesteban, most recently a freelance editor, was named senior style editor at Veranda. Gott and Santiesteban are both former Domino staffers (associate publisher and senior market editor, respectively).Paul Maidment resigned as editor of He also served as co-editor of the print magazine.F+W Media named Kate Rados marketing director, leading the company’s consumer and trade marketing efforts. Rados, who most recently specialized in online marketing at Chelsea Green, will join F+W on June 21.Rodale Inc. appointed former Johnson & Johnson site services director Joseph Burke vice president of green culture services. Burke will be responsible for directing the performance of Rodale’s Facilities Management, Office Services, Food Services and the Employee Fitness Center to ensure that all operations function “in the most organic and environmentally responsible manner possible.”The Week named Jessica Sibley as publisher, replacing Jed Hartman, who left the magazine in March for Fortune/CNNMoney. Most recently, Sibley served as senior vice president and publisher of Bloomberg BusinessWeek.Meredith Corp. named Peter Haeffner associate publisher of advertising for Family Circle, replacing Diane Papazian, who was recently promoted to publisher. Most recently, Haeffner served as national directors of International elected Andrew Prozes to its board of directors. Prozes is CEO of LexisNexis Group. WSJ. editor-in-chief Tina Gaudoin will be stepping down in order to move to London to be with her family, according to a memo from the Wall Street Journal. Gaudoin, who served as editor since the magazine launched in 2008, will stay on to edit the September and October issues and assist in finding a replacement.Condé Nast promoted Sabine Feldmann to vice president and publisher of Teen Vogue, effective immediately. Most recently, Feldmann served as associate publisher of advertising at the magazine.Two days after losing its publisher to The Week (see below), Bloomberg BusinessWeek named a replacement: Hugh Wiley, who is currently publisher of Time Inc.’s Fortune. Wiley, who will join BusinessWeek June 28, succeeds Jessica Sibley.last_img read more

Ft Knox Region Celebrates ADC Honor

first_imgLocal officials and leaders from Fort Knox, Ky., gathered on the post’s parade field last week to celebrate two events — the Greater Fort Knox region being named to the 2018 class of Great American Defense Communities (GADC) and the post’s centennial. ADC board member Bob Ross presented the community with the GADC banner. At the event, more than 1,500 soldiers and 700 civilians formed the words “Fort Knox,” to commemorate a 1918 photo. See then and now photos in the June 2018 issue of America’s Defense Communities Magazine.The Greater Fort Knox region is one of five communities that make up the 2018 class of GADC, a program recognizing the unique contributions made by communities that host military installations to improve quality of life for service members and their families. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

Dilip castigates Amu for failure to relocate chemical warehouses

first_imgFormer industries minister Dilip Barua visits the Chawkbazar fire incident area on Saturday. Photo: Dipu MalakarFormer industries minister Dilip Barua has blamed his successor and immediate past industries minister Amir Hossain Amu for failing to relocate the chemical warehouses from Old Dhaka.“Had he taken the issue seriously, it would have been easy to relocate the chemical godowns from Puran (Old) Dhaka,” said Barua after visiting the Chawkbazar area with a delegation of the ruling Awami League-led 14 party alliance.Barua, also general secretary of Bangladesher Samyabadi Dal, was industries minister during the Nimtoli fire which claimed more than 120 lives in 2010.He said that they had taken a decision to relocate chemical business to a place outside Dhaka.“During my tenure as minister, Chemical Merchant Association and Bangladesh Small and College Industries Corporation (BSCIC) took a joint decision to relocate chemical business to a place outside Dhaka. This was our pledge. But the initiative came to a halt due to some discreet issues.”Barua also blamed house owners who rent godowns for making quick bucks and hide it.He urged the home ministry and the city corporation authorities to be tough in allowing chemical warehouses.The government is being criticised for failing to relocate the chemical warehouses from Old Dhaka after a massive fire took at least 67 lives in Chawkbazar area on Wednesday night.The Chawkbazar fire, which was reportedly stoked by presence of chemical substances, is the second deadliest chemical-fuelled fire in the country after the 2010 Nimtoli incident.last_img read more

WATCH Twas The Night Before Thanksgiving

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Dont take unilateral actions along SinoIndia border PLA

first_imgChina’s military on Thursday asked the Indian Army not to take any “unilateral actions” affecting the stability of the border areas, days after the Indian side removed a Chinese-built hut in the Ladakh sector.“The recent actions by the Indian Army in the relevant area was not consistent with the relevant agreement and spirit of the consensus of the two sides,” China’s Defence Ministry spokesman Wu Qian said, commenting for the first time on the recent incident at Ladakh’s Burtse area in which the Indian army removed the hut along with surveillance cameras. Also Read – Nine hurt in accident at fireworks show in French resort“Jointly maintaining peace and tranquility of the India-China border is an important consensus reached between the leaderships of the two countries and also a solemn commitment and promise made by the two governments and militaries,” Wu, who took over as new spokesman of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), said replying a question.“We ask the Indian army to earnestly implement the important consensus reached by the two governments and refrain from taking any unilateral actions which will effect the situation in the border areas and work together with the Chinese military to jointly maintain peace and stability in China-India border areas,” he said.last_img read more

US technology firm Ingram Micro opens new facility in Costa Rica

first_imgNo related posts. Ingram Micro Inc., the world’s largest wholesale technology distributor, on Wednesday opened a new repair facility in Santa Ana, southwest of San José.The facility employs 300 people and will be fully dedicated to supporting the company’s mobile device lifecycle services, “specifically repair, recovery and recycling,” the firm said in a press release. The jobs number could increase to 400 by the end of the year, it added.“We chose Costa Rica because of its impressive infrastructure and highly talented workforce,” said Christopher Newell, vice president of Global Reverse Logistics.Costa Rica’s plant will primarily serve Ingram Micro Mobility’s partnership with a major U.S. mobile carrier.“This location also further extends our reach into the important Latin American market,” Newell added.The California-based firm currently serves approximately 160 countries on six continents with a diverse portfolio of IT products and services. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Lady Keane College organises programme on responsible tourism

first_imgLady Keane College in Shillong organised a 10-day programme named ‘Responsible Tourism and Entrepreneurship Development’ funded by the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUS) to improve awareness on responsible tourism practices and to encourage entrepreneurship for the young women of the college.The main focus of the programme was entrepreneurial values, business basics, branding fundamentals and core financials to help establish a meaningful business with minimal negative social, cultural and economic impact on the community. This initiative was taken to incite holistic tourism practices and inculcate life skills and entrepreneurial mindsets among the students.last_img

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first_imgSo when Anderson joined Doug & Wolf on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station and was asked about when Arians knew he’d retire, it wasn’t surprising to hear just how close the coach was to returning for another season.“I’m being 100 percent honest when I thought there was a chance that we were going to have to spike the story at The Athletic, that we were going to have to kill the story, as Bruce was walking up to the podium,” Anderson said Wednesday. “He was just so torn up about it. Of course a decision like this, you have to talk it through with family, you have to look at it from every angle.“We had talked a couple times late last week and I put something together (for a story),” Anderson said. “He was being 100 percent sincere when he said he just didn’t know. This is the thing: His heart is telling him to keep coaching, but his head is telling him he should probably step away.”Anderson said he pitched the retirement story idea to Arians to help explain why the coach saw it important to end his coaching career. But even though Arians agreed, Anderson didn’t know if the story would run this year, next or even further down the road. Author Lars Anderson knows the temperature of former Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians’ emotions as well as anyone.He watched the head coach sling drinks with the Cardinals’ front office after a day’s work, golfed with him in the offseason and helped write Arians’ book, “The Quarterback Whisperer: How to Build an Elite NFL Quarterback.” Anderson also wrote The Athletic’s story explaining why Arians retired on Monday following his fifth year leading Arizona. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Arians’ wife, Christine, had a part in pushing the 65-year-old coach to retire, Anderson said.While Arians wasn’t battling any specific health issues in 2017, the wear of being an NFL head coach played a part in his decision to step away from the game.“Probably one of the hardest things for me this year was sitting at the lake this summer, and Chris said, ‘You know (our son) Jake’s going to be 40?’ And I mean, it hit me like a ton of bricks that I missed all that time,” Arians said during his Monday press conference announcing his decision.Will Arians’ retirement keep him entirely away from football?Anderson indicated the former Cardinals coach may not be done. At the least, Anderson said Arians would be willing to lend advice to those wanting his perspective.“He has a plan to try to keep his hand in the game. I can’t get into what that is but I think you haven’t seen the last of B.A.,” said Anderson. “No, he’s not going to be on the sidelines for the Arizona Cardinals and that absolutely breaks his heart.“I’m sure Bruce will be willing to give any type of advice. He certainly would be willing to take a phone call and answer any questions. It wouldn’t surprise me if Bruce showed up at the combine.” Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img 3 Comments   Share   (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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