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As FOI increasingly came to be regarded as a building block of modern government, nations around the world often sought Canada's advice on how to implement such legislation, The Canadian Press said.
Police chief General Khalfan Tamim told the Canadian Press on Tuesday that, "A senior Canadian security official here told me in July that they have made an arrest of one of the suspects.
The launch of Pagemasters North America by The Canadian Press follows Pagemasters' success in providing editorial production services to newspapers in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, including sub-editing for the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The New Zealand Herald and the UK's Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph.
The vehicle is licensed and insured," Zack told the Canadian Press, "and I drive it every day.
The building has been standing here for years, and once it's gone, our healing journey will begin," Harry Kenequanash, a member of the Ralph Rowe Survivor Network, said in a Canadian Press story.
The Canadian Press (CP) reported last week that the country's Conservative party has introduced a new plan that would provide a 16-percent federal income tax rebate to commuters that use mass transit.
MONTREAL -- The federal and Quebec governments have reached an unofficial agreement in principle on their quarrel over the parental leave program that has had both sides in court, according to a Canadian Press report.
The Canadian Press (CP) recently reported that Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd.