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added by Dejo, September 5, 2013
edited by Dejo, September 5, 2013
edited by Dejo, February 11, 2014
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@CK Please don't delete you comments after they have been made. That might constitute falsification of records:) At best it makes me look like I'm talking to myself.
It is perfectly legitimate to quote sources when discussing issues, especially when the quote is only a fragment of the whole sentence.
In this paragraph the Canadian government is giving us permission.
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