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Canadian Press

 

the Canadian news agency. A cooperative association of newspaper owners founded in 1917, the Canadian Press is the principal channel of official information for the press, radio, and television. As of 1973, it served more than 100 Canadian newspapers, as well as radio and television stations. Foreign news is received primarily from the Associated Press, Reuters, and France Presse.

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Amanda Grzyb's analysis of the mainstream Canadian press from 1938 to 1939 is one of the most important contributions to this volume.
Canadian Press reported on Wednesday that a Delta CRJ200 regional jet, which was carrying 33 passengers and three crew members from Detroit to Quebec, made an emergency landing in Vermont due to a noisy door.
"We're not totally opposed to change at this point, but we need to go carefully," said David Page, national executive director of the Canadian Hemophilia Society, told The Canadian Press. The agency would not comment on whether they might approve of a change in the future.
Rights:Copyright [c] 2011 The Canadian Press. All rights reserved.
Under the Access to Information Act, any resident of Canada can request government records for an initial $5 fee, according to The Canadian Press.
They told The Canadian Press and Globe & Mail that they were stranded at Abu Dhabi International Airport for over 15 hours as they were told their visas were for single-entry purpose only.
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 announcement caused confusion in the Canadian national-security establishment.
Canadian Press reported today that Ottawa-based DragonWave Inc (TSX: DWI), a telecoms equipment manufacturer, has acquired US-based Axerra Networks for USD9.5m.
TOPS have been used since last year at Rogers-owned broadcast- and magazine-related Web sites where an executive told the Canadian Press that the system improved publishing power, search engine performance and speed to market.
The Canadian Press has reported citing forecaster Doug Shepard that the automaker will be producing 10,000 to 15,000 units per annum.
That's what Patti Tasko, the senior supervising editor with Canadian Press (based in Toronto) decided in 1999 when she revised the Canadian Press Stylebook.
Ottawa has reached a new agreement with the Castro regime that will give Canadian airlines expanded access to the Caribbean island's sunny skies, the Canadian Press reported Jan.

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