One foster dog unexpectedly turns into a dozen for Winnipegger

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Winnipeg’s Nancy Duykers thought she was helping one dog in need but she ended up with many, many more.

When Duykers first fostered Sheba, a boxer/lab cross from northern Manitoba, she thought the job was going to be straight-forward: taking the dog to the vet, giving her medication, and giving her a caring home.

Sheba had been shot and required a lot of veterinary care, but there were no signs anything else was amiss.

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“I was looking after Sheba’s wound. That’s what I thought my job was going to be as her foster mom,” said Duykers, who also has two dogs of her own.

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“I noticed she was starting to change a bit in her body, getting a little chubbier. The vet said sometimes when dogs are in heat, they get a phantom pregnancy, so that’s all we thought it was.

“Then she started getting bigger and bigger, so they did the ultrasound and there they were – all the little puppies looked like little gummy bears with heartbeats.”

All told, Sheba ended up with 11 healthy puppies, and for the seven weeks they were in Dukers’ home, that meant a lot of mouths to feed.

“It’s been a busy house,” she said.

Duykers took the puppies – and their mother – on their “freedom ride” Saturday, which means they were finally leaving her home and heading west to be adopted. Duykers said she drove the dogs to Moose Jaw, where they met another volunteer who took them to their final destination of Calgary.

Despite the “weeks of insanity”, Duykers said she’s going to miss Sheba and her unexpected litter.

“The hardest part for me is saying goodbye to Sheba,” she said. “I got her at a really tough time in my life, and she helped me through it and I helped her.”

Duykers’ foster experience was thanks to rescues Feed the Furbabies and Tails of the Misunderstood, who paid for Sheba’s veterinary care and other costs associated with the dogs.

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Pneumonia a leading cause of emergency department visits in Canada last year: Report – Peterborough

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Pneumonia was one of the top-10 reported reasons Canadians went to the emergency department (ED) last year, according to a report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).

There were nearly 135,000 pneumonia-related ED visits in Canada in 2017-18, marking a 13 per cent increase from the year before, stated CIHI.  More than 1 in 4 reported ED visits for pneumonia resulted in the patient being admitted to the hospital for at least 1 night.

The report ranked pneumonia as the 9th leading cause for those visits during that time frame.

“We see it in all age groups but those people with chronic diseases certainly are more susceptible to pneumonia and it certainly takes them longer to recover” says Anne Overhoff, Chief Nursing Officer with Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay

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“Pneumonia is a serious illness and continues to be a concern in our emergency departments. As we approach the colder months, this new data is a timely reminder to all Canadians to take action to prevent pneumonia. Practising good hygiene, getting vaccinated and following advice from our public health units are good tips this time of year,” said Greg Webster, CIHI’s director of Acute and Ambulatory Care Information Services.

Abdominal and pelvic pain, throat and chest pain, and acute upper respiratory infection were the top 3 main reasons for visits, together resulting in approximately 1 million reported ED visits last year.

According to CIHI, visits to Canadian EDs continues to climb.  In 2017–2018, there were more than 11.4 million reported ED visits, compared with 11.2 million in 2016–2017.

Despite the increases, year-over-year wait times remained relatively stable, with longer waits in the evenings and on weekends, as well as differences seen across hospitals.

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Orlondo Steinauer taking over as Tiger-Cats head coach – Hamilton

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The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have a new coach.

The team has promoted assistant coach Orlondo Steinauer to the post.

He replaces June Jones, who becomes Hamilton’s associate head coach and offensive coordinator.

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Steinauer attracted interest from both the Toronto Argonauts and B.C. Lions, two teams who are looking for a new head coach, but the Ticats announced late last week that he was not leaving the team.

“I want to thank June Jones and the entire Tiger-Cats organization for this opportunity, and believing in me as a man and a football coach,” said Steinauer. “I look forward to building a sustainable model of winning throughout the organization, while in pursuit of winning multiple Grey Cups.”

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“After working closely with Orlondo last season, it was obvious to me that he’s ready to take the next step in his career and become a head coach in the CFL,” said Jones. “He’s earned this opportunity and the time was now. I made a decision that in order to put our best foot forward and bring a Grey Cup championship back to Hamilton, we needed to keep him here and expand his role. Winning is the most important thing and I’m excited about our great opportunity for success in 2019 with Orlondo returning as head coach.”

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Jones went 14-15 during his time as Hamilton’s head coach in 2018 and the last half of 2017.

He lead the team to an 8-10 record in this season and an appearance in the CFL’s East Final where the Cats lost to Ottawa.

Steinauer, 45, returned to Hamilton last year as assistant head coach after a season with Fresno State in the NCAA.

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He was Hamilton’s defensive coordinator from 2013 to 2016. He helped the team to back-to-back Grey Cup appearances in 2013 and 2014.

Steinauer played 13 seasons (1996 to 2008) in the CFL as a defensive back with Ottawa, Hamilton and Toronto and won the Grey Cup in 1999 with the Tiger-Cats and 2004 with the Argos.

He started his CFL coaching career in 2010 with Toronto.

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Statistics Canada hits pause on plan to obtain banking records, halts TransUnion credit requests

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Statistics Canada is delaying its plan to obtain the personal banking information of 500,000 Canadian households and has temporarily halted collecting credit records from TransUnion, a major international credit bureau.

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The decision comes amid an ongoing controversy around the national statistical agency’s plan to launch a pilot project that would gather the sensitive personal financial information of Canadians and is now under investigation by the federal privacy commissioner.

Global News first reported in early November on Statistics Canada’s plan to collect data from nine banks and financial institutions, which included everything from credit card payments to account balances, and that 15 years of personal credit information from TransUnion had already been scooped up by the agency.

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Statistics Canada said in a statement that the project —; scheduled to launch in January 2019 —; has been delayed.

“Statistics Canada has put this project on pause. We take the privacy and confidentiality of Canadians’ information very seriously,” said spokesperson Erin Smith-Young in an email.

The response, however, did not say whether the agency would restart the project following an investigation by the privacy commissioner or whether they would make changes to their methods of data collection, including full de-identification, as has been suggested by some privacy experts.

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TransUnion spokesperson, David Blumberg, confirmed to Global News that Statistics Canada has stopped requesting further information “at this time.”

“We provided Statistics Canada with select credit information on consumers to help them efficiently collect information for demographic and economic research,” Blumberg said in a statement. “Statistics Canada’s access to and use of the data is for statistical purposes only and has no impact on any individual’s credit score. Statistics Canada has determined not to request further information from TransUnion at this time.”

Meanwhile, the Canadian Bankers Association said its members are pleased with the decision to halt the plan.

“The continued privacy and security of our customers’ personal banking information remains of paramount importance to banks in Canada,” CBA spokesperson Aaron Boles said in an email. “Canada’s banking sector understands the valuable work Statistics Canada contributes to the country’s decision-makers, including banks, and remains optimistic that a productive working relationship will continue in the future.”

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Anil Arora, chief statistician for Statistics Canada, has defended the plan saying the collection of banking records is necessary to gather a more accurate picture of the economy as Canadians have been reluctant to complete traditional phone surveys.

“While the notion of 500,000 addresses may seem large … the chance that a given address will be selected is 1 in 20. The chance it will actually be used is 1 in 40,” Arora said in his testimony before a Senate committee in November. “We will not proceed with this project until we have addressed the privacy concerns of Canadians.”

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Privacy advocates and opposition parties widely criticized the agency’s plan and called for it to be shut down.

Daniel Therrien, the federal privacy commissioner, has said that Statistics Canada fell “way short” of its stated objective of being transparent and that while the agency consulted his office in a general way about a plan, it never informed his office that 500,000 households would be involved.

“We did not know about the numbers until very recently. I think this is a crucial fact,” Therrien told members of the parliamentary committee in early November. “The measures that Statistics Canada took were deficient on the issue of transparency for sure.”

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Trump leaves Argentine president alone after abrupt exit from stage at G20

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U.S. President Donald Trump abruptly left Argentine president Mauricio Macri alone on the stage at the opening of the G20 last week.

In a video from the conference, Trump can be seen walking onto the stage where Macri was waiting, and then shaking his hand.

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Macri appears to have wanted Trump to wait onstage as the leaders of the G20 countries were to take the annual “family portrait.”

After they shake hands, Trump can be seen leaving the stage as Macri motions him to come back.

After Trump exits, the words, “Get me out of here” can be heard, though it’s not clear what they’re referring too.

Trump returned to the stage a few minutes later with the rest of the group to pose for the photograph.

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The G20 brought together world leaders to discuss important topics, mostly about trade.

The group called for reform of the World Trade Organization, the U.S. and China talked tariffs and the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement was officially signed.

Major world events like the Ukraine-Russia conflict and climate change were also on the table.

Another awkward moment at the summit came when French President Emmanuel Macron confronted Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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Salman is under pressure for how his regime is handling the investigation of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi was a frequent critic of bin Salman.

Macron was captured on video seemingly lecturing bin Salman, at one point being heard saying, “I am worried,” ″You never listen to me,” and “I am a man of my word.” Macron said the crown prince only “took note” of his concerns.

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Trump also briefly met with bin Salman on the sidelines of the summit. A White House official told Politico the two “exchanged pleasantries” as Trump had with other world leaders at the summit.

Trump has come under fire for a lackluster response to Saudi Arabia regarding the Khashoggi killing; Trump has maintained that bin Salman hasn’t admitted guilt, while his administration has sanctioned the 17 Saudi nationals who were involved.

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How to deal with layoffs

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The holiday season is upon us and what is supposed to be a joyous time might not be for all.

With Bombardier announcing mass layoffs, General Motors closing its Oshawa, Ont., plant and many companies closing their books, employees are wondering if they could be next.

HR specialist Sherri Rabinovitch joined Global’s Laura Casella to break down what both the employer and employee can do in this situation.

Rabinovitch says the most vital thing to do is plan, “whether you’re the employer or employee.”

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    She recommends employers try temporary layoffs rather than full job cuts. “It’s really important for employers to be mindful that it is the holiday period and another 30 days won’t change anything for the business,” Rabinovitch says.

    “Furthermore, employers can do something to postpone letting employees go during the holidays, such as temporary layoffs, to offset some of the bigger salaries.”

    Employers can “then do what they need to do post-holiday season,” she says.

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    However, if employers do have to make cuts, offer employees assistance by hiring a transition team. “An organization will come in and help the employees who are being laid off prepare resumes, help develop interview skills, and assist in future job placement,” Rabinovitch says.

    She believes organizations that respect employees should provide them with alternatives.

    “Among all the other points, that to me is paramount, taking care of the people that worked for you.”

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    For employees, being laid off can come as a shock.

    “It’s such a shock. You always hear rumours, but you never think it’s going to happen, and then boom.”

    So it is important for those who find themselves jobless to lean on family and friends for emotional support.

    “It is incredibly crushing to lose a job at any time but when you’re thinking about the holidays and you’re planning and making sure that everyone has gifts and all of that stuff, when that happens to you it can be devastating,”  Rabinovitch says.

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    She recommends the best thing employees can do is plan. Even if you aren’t expecting to be laid off, have an up-to-date CV and start networking.

    “Anything can happen at any time,” she says. “If employees are planning and updating their CVs even slightly, they can hit the ground running right away.”

    And finally, she recommends having a financial plan in place, with at least “three to six months of savings” set aside due to the competitive job market right now.

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Travel bloggers, Airbnb pick Manitoba as emerging travel destination

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An online travel guide has given Manitoba top honours as an emerging tourist destination, with Winnipeg earning high praise as well.

TravelLemming上海龙凤419’s annual poll of trendy travel spots – as chosen by a panel of travel writers, bloggers, podcasters and more – gave Manitoba its 2019 Judges’ Award as a top ‘bucket list’ destination for travel enthusiasts.

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This recognition comes on the heels of the province being recognized by travel source Lonely Planet as a Top 10 travel destination.

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The province’s natural beauty was highlighted, with Churchill’s polar bears, the northern lights, and more named as high points.

Winnipeg was also lauded as “an undiscovered cultural centre, spilling over with a burgeoning culinary scene, modern museums, and boutique shops galore.”

Manitoba joins regions in Mexico, the Caribbean, and more as must-see travel destinations.

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Winnipeg also received top marks from Airbnb as a travel destination, making the company’s list of 19 Destinations to Visit in 2019.

The list, which also includes Kaikoura, New Zealand and Normandy, France, is based on Airbnb’s search, booking and wish list growth data.

According to their numbers, Winnipeg has seen a 140 per cent year-over-year increase in Airbnb searches.

“In the top 19, globally Winnipeg is the only [Canadian] destination in that list,” Alex Dagg, director of public policy for Airbnb Canada said. “It’s beside a community in New Zealand, Xiamen in China, Normandy in France and Calabria, Italy. It’s in a really interesting list of quite fascinating global destinations it’s exciting to see Winnipeg showing up in that list.”

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Dayna Spiring, President and CEO of Economic Development Winnipeg, says there are a number of factors contributing to the fact that Winnipeg is being seen on more of these lists.

“I don’t think it’s any one thing that’s changed Winnipeg’s perception I think it’s many, many things and we continue to have that momentum shift,” she said.

“In the last 20 years we’ve invested in our city. We’ve invested hundreds of millions of dollars whether it be in a new airport, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the Assiniboine Park and all those investments pay off. We have to continue to do that. When we stop investing we’re going to fall behind.”

Travel Manitoba has a goal of $2 billion for tourism revenue for the province by the year 2021.

To reach that milestone, President and CEO Colin Ferguson says they’re aiming to get $100 million in revenue increases annually.

“We are estimating continued growth over the next five years, rather substantial growth over the next 5 years,” he said.

“There’s a lot of people paying a lot of attention to Winnipeg. I expect across the board in Winnipeg and Manitoba we’re going to see some substantial increases.”

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Ferguson says many tourists are coming from other parts of Canada, but there are a lot coming from outside North America.

“Our key ones are Great Britain, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, but our greatest growth area is China,” he said.

-With files from Amber McGuckin

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CSIS director warns business leaders of ‘state-sponsored espionage in Canada’

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The head of Canada’s intelligence service warned business leaders Tuesday that foreign states are using a variety of clandestine methods to steal their secrets, putting the economy at risk.

“Hostile actors” are engaging in everything from cyberattacks and extortion to buying companies to get access to their trade secrets, Canadian Security Intelligence Service director David Vigneault said.

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While Vigneault said terrorism remained the “number one national security-related danger to public safety in this country,” he called espionage and foreign interference “the greatest threat to our prosperity and national interest.”

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“We have to be mindful that hostile states will use any means to recruit people, project their influence and gain access to our proprietary information. No matter how it’s done or who’s behind it, economic espionage represents a long-term threat to Canada’s economy and our prosperity,” Vigneault said.

At a rare public appearance in downtown Toronto, the CSIS director told the Economic Club of Canada that “plainly said: there is state-sponsored espionage in Canada.”

“And we’ve seen it across many sectors of our economy.”

Stephanie Carvin, an assistant professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, said the speech marked a change in focus at CSIS.

“While Mr. Vigneault is clear that terrorism remains the priority threat to public safety, this is the first time since 2001 that a CSIS official has said that the greatest threat to the national interest is foreign influence and espionage,” said Carvin, a national security expert.

“This represents a significant shift in the assessment of the threat environment by a key player in the Canadian intelligence community. The timing of this statement – less than a year before a federal election – is significant and is indicative that CSIS believes there likely will be sophisticated attempts to interfere with our election.”

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Typical economic targets are companies or universities “that are active in emerging technology — the kind of potentially revolutionary discoveries that can bring massive profits,” said Vigneault, who took over CSIS last year.

“Many of these advanced technologies are dual-use in nature in that they could advance a country’s economic, security or military interests. In particular, CSIS has seen a trend of state-sponsored espionage in fields that are crucial to Canada’s ability to build and sustain a prosperous, knowledge-based economy.”

That includes artificial intelligence, quantum technology, 5G, biopharma and clean technologies, he added. “In other words, the foundations of Canada’s future economic growth.”

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Tracking economic spies is difficult, partly because they use encryption and cryptocurrencies to conceal what they’re up to, he said.

“And their attacks can be surgical in nature,” Vigneault added.

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Canadian companies need to pay attention to their intellectual property, address their vulnerabilities and report suspicious activities, Vigneault told the audience at the luncheon.

With a federal election coming next year, the director also touched on foreign influence activities, which he said “can have a corrosive effect on our democratic systems and institutions.”

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“Traditional interference by foreign spies remains the greatest danger, but interference using cyber means is a growing concern,” he said. “The scale, speed, range and impact of foreign interference has grown as a result of the internet, social media platforms and the availability of cheaper and more accessible cyber tools.”

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Halifax police appealing for information 10 years after woman struck, killed in Dartmouth parking lot

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Ten years after a Nova Scotia woman was struck and killed in a Dartmouth parking lot, police are renewing their plea for information.

On Dec. 3, 2008, Rachelle Valade, 35, was walking through the parking lot of 6 Primrose St. at around 9 p.m. She was struck by a tractor trailer cab in the lot as it was pulling away.

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According to witnesses at the time, the truck continued off the parking lot and turned right on to Victoria Road.

“It remains unknown whether the driver realized the truck had struck Rachelle,” Halifax Regional Police wrote in a news release.

Witnesses said the tractor trailer cab was white and had a chrome protective grill known as moose bars on the front.

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In the days, weeks, and years after the incident, investigators received a number of tips from the public, but they were never able to identify the driver or the truck involved.

“Investigators believe there are people who have information in relation to Rachelle’s death, and hope that the passage of time may encourage someone to do the right thing and come forward with what they know,” police said in their release.

“It is never too late and no piece of information is too small. It could be just what is needed to advance the investigation.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 902-490-5016 or contact Crime Stoppers.

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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas get married, fans rejoice

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Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra posted photos of their wedding celebration on Saturday amid reports that the couple had wed after a four-month courtship.

While the couple didn’t say they were officially married — Indian weddings are typically dayslong affairs — they both posted festive pictures of themselves on social media and talked about the work they had put into planning the wedding.

The couple announced their engagement in August.

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It is the first marriage for the 36-year-old Chopra and the 26-year-old Jonas. The couple had been posting social-media photos of themselves among family and friends in India for more than a week.

The complete Jonas family was reportedly in attendance. Nick’s parents Denise Jonas and Kevin Jonas Sr., and his brothers, Kevin, accompanied by wife Danielle, Joe and his fiancée, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, and Frankie Jonas.

People took to social media to celebrate the pair.

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Jonas took to Instagram to share a photo of himself and Chopra.

“One of the most special things that our relationship has given us is a merging of families who love and respect each other’s faiths and cultures,” Jonas captioned the post. “And so planning our wedding with an amalgamation of both was so so amazing. An important part for the girl in an Indian wedding is the Mehendi. Once again we made it our own and it was an afternoon that kicked off the celebrations in the way we both dreamed.”

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One of the most special things that our relationship has given us is a merging of families who love and respect each other’s faiths and cultures. And so planning our wedding with an amalgamation of both was so so amazing. An important part for the girl in an Indian wedding is the Mehendi. Once again we made it our own and it was an afternoon that kicked off the celebrations in the way we both dreamed.

A post shared by Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) on Dec 1, 2018 at 7:34am PST

— With files from the Associated Press

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