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  • The plan's name is very similar to the title of Ottawa's 2011 budget.

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  • Mr. Michelmore said an application was lodged with the Foreign Investment Review Board on March 11 and he expects no problems in winning the backing of Investment Canada, Ottawa's regulator.

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  • In the middle of Ottawa's 4-3 preseason victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night, Senators right winger Alexei Kovalev took on Toronto's Francois Beauchemin in a fight.

    Alexei Kovalev & Francois Beauchemin Fight (VIDEO)

  • And a report from Ottawa's Bureau of Veterinary Drugs says that rats fed ractopamine developed a constellation of birth defects like cleft palate, protruding tongue, short limbs, missing digits, open eyelids and enlarged heart.

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  • However, as Richard points out about Ottawa's latest: "If this doesn't seem too novel, keep in mind that chicagocrime. org was one of the original crime map mashups, and it was only created in May 2005 (see In memory of chicagocrime. org)".

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  • Liles broke the mark set by Ottawa's Philip Kuba at the start of the 2008-09 season.

    John-Michael Liles, Avs Defenseman, Sets NHL Assists Record

  • The letter, according to agency La Presse Canadienne, states that the Quebec government "is irritated" with Ottawa's decision to slap a visa on Mexicans and Czechs.

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  • Museum-goers can see it starting today, at a show on "Caravaggio and His Followers in Rome" at Ottawa's National Gallery of Canada, through Sept. 11.

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  • MONTREAL -- A famous Quebec chef has bowed out of Ottawa's winter festival in defiant defence of one of his staple dishes: foie gras.

    Chef Quits Event Rather Than Drop Foie Gras From Menu

  • That tradition comes to mind when considering another signature work in Madrid—"The Board Room," first created in 1987 and now a part of the permanent collection of Ottawa's National Gallery of Canada.

    Defying Artistic Boundaries

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