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Community GPI


Time Use


Civic and Voluntary Work

Decline in volunteer numbers puts extra burden on those who still give their time
The Daily News (Truro), June 4, 2004

The fun sector
Chronicle-Herald, Jan. 20, 2002

Premier defends record on volunteers
Cape Breton Post, Nov. 26, 2001

Value of Volunteers pegged at $1.9 billion
Cape Breton Post, Nov. 17, 2001

Nova Scotians Spend More Of Their Time Volunteering
Chronicle-Herald, Feb. 24, 2000

Volunteers Stretched To The Limit
Chronicle-Herald, Feb. 12, 1999

Burnout Plagues Volunteers
Halifax Daily News, May 1, 1999

Volunteers Dwindling
Halifax Daily News, Feb. 12, 1999

Volunteers Constitute A Powerful, Invisible Force
Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 24, 1998

Volunteers R Us
Halifax Daily News, Jul. 15, 1998

Nova Scotians Volunteer $1.9 Billion
NS Department of Economic Development, Jul. 15, 1998

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
Halifax Daily News, Jul. 19,1998


Unpaid Housework and Child Care

Women Busier Today
Halifax Daily News, Nov. 6, 1998

Be A Good Mom, Not A Slave
Halifax Daily News, Nov. 7, 1998


Work Hours

We're working harder than ever
The Toronto Star, Dec. 16, 2004

Workers doing 'staggering' amount of unpaid overtime, report says
The Daily News, Apr. 27, 2004

Working harder to get by: study finds Nova Scotians working more free overtime
Halifax Herald, Apr. 27, 2004

Majority of Nova Scotians who work overtime don't get paid for it
The Cape Breton Post, Apr. 27, 2004

Most Nova Scotians not paid for overtime
The National Post, Apr. 27, 2004

Most Nova Scotians working overtime do so without pay -- study
The New Glasgow Evening News, Apr. 27, 2004

It's a nice thought but it won't happen
The Chronicle-Herald, Apr. 28, 2004

Most working overtime do so without pay: study
The Charlottetown Guardian, Apr. 29, 2004

Nova Scotians working longer to make extra money
The Truro Daily News, Apr. 30, 2004

Worker deaths: something amiss with the way we work
The Chronicle-Herald, Apr. 28, 2004



Natural Capital

The Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index: Valuing Our Natural Resources
Between the Issues, Aug. 1999

A Nova Scotian Initiative Could Renew The Value We Put On Natural Resources
The Coast, Oct. 8, 1998


Soils and Agriculture

GPI Agriculture Accounts, Part Two: Resource Capacity and Use

More kinds of crops, more kinds of critters
Rural Delivery, Jan./Feb. 2003

More livestock could help farmers -- study
Halifax Daily News, Sept. 6, 2002

Combining animals, crops key to wealth? Farmers group criticizes parts of report on soil quality as impractical
Halifax Herald, Sept. 6, 2002


Farm Viability and Economic Capacity in Nova Scotia

Measuring Progress
The CornerPost, December 2003, Vol. 26, No.10

4 out of 5 - Cheating the Law of Averages
Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture News, Oct., 2001

Down on the farm, before it's gone
Halifax Herald, May 5, 2001

Nova Scotia farmers face tough choices
Halifax Herald, Apr. 30, 2001

Harder to make a living on the farm
The Kentville Advertiser, Apr. 27, 2001

And the farmers say...
The Kentville Advertiser, Apr. 27, 2001

Nova Scotians must pay more to keep farms afloat
Halifax Daily News, Apr. 25, 2001

Nova Scotia farmers' debts outpace income
The Globe and Mail, Apr. 25, 2001

N.S. farmers going broke
Halifax Herald, Apr. 25, 2001

Are We Making "Genuine Progress" In Agriculture?
Between The Issues, Fall 1999



Nova Scotians must demand public lands be protected
By Jurgen Teuwen Halifax Herald, March. 02, 2006

GPI Atlantic response to questions from Andrew Howard, KPMG
September 6, 2002

Eldon Gunn's critique of the GPI forest report

GPI Atlantic's response to those comments

Editorial: Sustainable Forestry
Halifax Herald, Jan. 23, 2003

The Forest Accounts
Shunpiking Magazine, May, 2002

99 per cent clearcutting: Axes flash anew in forest fight
Halifax Herald, Mar. 9, 2002

The progress of man?
Atlantic Forestry Review, Mar. 2002

The great divide
Halifax Herald, Mar. 5, 2002

Forest talks collapse as groups walk out
Excerpts from groups' joint statement, Feb. 26, 2002

Bowater declines invitation to news conference
Progress Enterprise, Feb. 6, 2002

Firm halts contentious N.S. logging for winter
Globe and Mail, Feb. 5, 2002

Protesters want forest protected, regardless of rules
Halifax Daily News, Feb. 5, 2002

Forests are devastated by two centuries of clearcutting: GPI report
Masthead News, Feb. 2002

Sierra Club calls for independent review of Bowater logging
Clipper News, Feb. 2002

Two local case studies used in forestry report
Victoria Standard, Jan. 20, 2002

Man fighting to protect forest from clear cutting
Halifax Herald, Jan. 7, 2001

Forestry and the soil sustainability debate
Halifax Herald, Dec. 18, 2001

Forest report not devoid of science - Letter to the Editor
Halifax Daily News, Dec. 16, 2001

Forest report had science - Letter to the Editor
Halifax Daily News, Dec. 15, 2001

I was speaking for myself - Letter to the Editor
Halifax Daily News, Dec. 13, 2001

Critic: 'no science' in forestry report
Halifax Daily News, Dec. 12, 2001

Manage sustainably -Voice of the People
Halifax Herald, Nov. 27, 2001

Act on the GPI Atlantic Report on the Forests
NDP Nova Scotia, Nov. 19, 2001

Time to face up to the tragedy of our forests
Halifax Herald, Nov. 17, 2001

N.S. trees worth more standing than as pulp or lumber - study
Halifax Daily News, Nov. 15, 2001

Even cut forests can boom again
Halifax Daily News, Nov. 15, 2001

Forestry practices wasteful, study says
Halifax Herald, Nov. 15, 2001

A call to save our forests Video | Transcript
CBC Nova Scotia, Nov. 14, 2001

The Geniune Progress of Nova Scotia's Forests
Between The Issues, Spring 1999


Marine Environment/Fisheries

DFO Minister Thibault: New Helm, New Direction?
Coastal Communities News, Mar./Apr., 2002

Group urges realistic fish assessment
Halifax Herald, Jan. 21, 2002

DFO must change ways: report
Halifax Daily News, Jan. 18, 2002

Briefing Determining fish stocks complex, expert says
The Globe & Mail, Jan. 18, 2002

Economic analyst warns of another fisheries collapse
Halifax Daily News, Oct. 14, 2001

Report urges better fishery monitoring
Halifax Herald, Sept. 13, 2001

Nova Scotia's Fisheries and the Genuine Progress Index
Between The Issues, Fall 1999



Power rate hike OK with conditions: group
CBC News, Nov. 24, 2005

Heating with hot air
Rabble News, Nov. 3, 2005

Clarke should be embarrassed
The Chronicle Herald, Oct. 30, 2005

Activist says climate change a threat to civilization in this generation
Nova News Net, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 27, 2005

Report Urges Nova Scotia to Ramp Up Energy Efficiency Efforts (32K PDF)
EIN Publishing, USA, Oct. 26, 2005

GPI and the need for a better energy policy
The Chronicle Herald, Oct. 22, 2005

GPI Atlantic says N.S. energy system unsustainable
Nova News Net, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 20, 2005

N.S. needs to stop wasting energy and boost renewables: study
The Cape Breton Post, Oct. 20, 2005

"Unsustainable" energy plan
The Chronicle Herald, Oct. 20, 2005

We are inefficient energy users
Province too reliant on non-renewable sources
(72K PDF)
Daily News, Halifax, Oct. 20, 2005

Halifax; Stop wasting energy and boost newables, study suggests
The Guardian (Charlottetown), Oct. 20, 2005

N.S. needs to stop wasting energy and boost renewables - study
CP Atlantic Regional News, Oct. 20, 2005

The GPI energy report also received media coverage on Global TV, ATV, CBC Information Morning (Nova Scotia), and CBC Cape Breton.


Environmental Quality


Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Après nous le deluge: global warming’s watery threat
Halifax Herald, April 11, 2006

Ratify Kyoto or risk future
Halifax Daily News, Mar. 7, 2002

Kyoto and Common Sense
March 5, 2002

GPI Comments on Industry Canada Climate Change Report
by Ronald Colman, Ph.D, February 11, 2002

Are we up to the challenge? - Letter to the Editor
Halifax Herald, Sept. 2, 2001

Weather we like it or not ! - Commentary
Halifax Herald, Aug. 26, 2001

Cut back voluntarily - Letter to the Editor
Halifax Herald, Aug. 20, 2001

Hidden trucking costs - Letter to the Editor
Halifax Herald, Aug. 20, 2001

Can N.S. become a leader in cutting greenhouse gases?
Halifax Herald, Aug. 11, 2001

Story misses point of greenhouse gas report
Halifax Herald, Aug. 11, 2001

N.S. losing $200m a year to global warming - study
Halifax Daily News, Aug. 9, 2001

Truckers miffed by group's pro-rail report
Halifax Herald, Aug. 9, 2001


Sustainable Transportation

Love affair with car comes at high price
Chronicle-Herald, June 4, 2001


Ecological Footprint Analysis

Measuring Progress
The CornerPost, December 2003, Vol. 26, No.10

Essential Elements of the Genuine Progress Index: The Nova Scotia Ecological Footprint
Elements Environmental Magazine, June 2003

Ecological footprints
Halifax Herald, May 27, 2001

Trimming Our Footprint
Halifax Herald, June 3, 2001

Optimism and Sober Reality: We Need Both!
Reply from Ronald Colman, Ph.D, Mar. 31, 2001

Betting on human enginuity
Halifax Herald, Mar. 28, 2001

Big footsteps towards an ecological showdown
Halifax Herald, Mar. 17, 2001

Nova Scotians Overconsuming: residents taking more than our share - study
Halifax Herald, Mar. 14, 2001

Bluenosers' 'footprint' too big, report says
The Halifax Daily News, Mar. 14, 2001


Air Quality

Struggling to find more green energy
The Toronto Star, Feb. 4, 2004

Editorial: Coal case file in N.S.
The Halifax Herald, Jan. 29, 2004

Air quality better than it used to be
The Halifax Herald, Jan. 23, 2004

N.S. both perpetrator, victim of air pollution, study finds
The New Brunswick Telegraph Journal and The Saint John Telegraph-Journal, Jan. 22, 2004

Coal energy makes N.S. a big polluter; Study finds N.S. responsible for 25 per cent of Canada's sulphur oxide emissions
The Moncton Times and Transcript, Jan. 22, 2004

N.S. both cause, victim of pollution, study finds: Province's use of coal-fired generating plants make it biggest producer of sulphur oxide emission in country.
The Guardian (Charlottetown), Jan. 22, 2004

Polluting our own backyard
The Halifax Herald, Jan. 22, 2004

N.S. a big polluter
The Daily News, Jan. 22, 2004

Nova Scotia both pollution perpetrator and victim (short version)
Globe and Mail, Jan. 21, 2004

Nova Scotia both pollution perpetrator and victim (long version)
Globe and Mail, Jan. 21, 2004

Nova Scotia both a perpetrator and victim of air pollution, says new study
Global Television On-line Edition, Jan. 21, 2004

Nova Scotians big air polluters, study says, Jan. 21, 2004


Water Quality

Nova Scotia Oceans and Waterways Provide $11.2 Billion Benefit
Gallon Environmental Letter, Sept. 2000

Rural pollution harms N.S. image
Halifax Daily News, Aug. 1, 2000

Study: N.S. drinking water better, supply worse
Halifax Daily News, Jul. 28, 2000

NS Waters Threatened Report Says
Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 27, 2000

Clean Harbour Worth $1.4b. Pollution control good investment...
Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 6, 2000

Halifax Greening Up
Sustainable Development Institute, Jul. 2000


Solid Waste

Tim Hortons contest a litterbug, critics say: Roll up the rim begins
National Post, Mar. 1, 2005

Waste - The Social Context
Conference Announcement

Study: Recycling Cost Overstated
Wired News, Sept. 13, 2004

Nova Scotia, Canada - Recycling and composting saves C$31 million pa
Warmer Bulletin #96, Aug. 2004

For better or for worse: Who decides what's what?
The Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 16, 2004

No spin on waste-management benefits
The Chronicle-Herald Voice of the People response to Spin not needed, Jul. 22, 2004

No Spin on Waste
GPI Atlantic's response to Spin not needed, Jul. 16, 2004

Spin not needed
The Chronicle-Herald Voice of the People, Jul. 15, 2004

Cashing in on trash
The Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 12, 2004

Gleaning gold from garbage
The Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 11, 2004

It's a dirty, smelly job but most of us do it well
The Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 10, 2004

Island lagging in waste reduction
The Cape Breton Post, Jul. 9, 2004

Province trashing the world; Waste management strategy saving N.S. millions, report says
Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 8, 2004

N.S. collects garbage bragging rights
The Daily News, Jul. 8, 2004

N.S. applauded for waste strategy
The Guardian (Charlottetown), Jul. 8, 2004

High Praise for Trash Plan
The Toronto Sun, Jul. 8, 2004

N.S. seen as leader in garbage reduction
The Daily Courier (Kelowna), Jul. 8, 2004

Independent Report Confirms Success in Waste Reduction
Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour Press Release, Jul. 7, 2004

A two year study by a non-profit research group suggests Nova Scotia is a world leader in solid waste management
CP News Wire, Jul. 7, 2004

N.S. leads in solid waste diversion: group, Jul. 7, 2004

Nova Scotia's Recycling Revolution: A Genuine Progress Story
Canadian Geographic, May/June 2001

Trash and the Renewal of Democracy
Halifax Herald, Jan. 24, 2001




Income Distribution

Rethinking the wealth gap, Nova Scotia-style
Halifax Herald, July 21, 2001

Life, on $7 a day
Halifax Daily News, July 20, 2001

N.S. poor worst off in Canada, study says
Halifax Herald, July 19, 2001

Why good times are bad news for most in N.S.
Halifax Daily News, July 19, 2001

Canada's poorest families live in Nova Scotia - report
Halifax Daily News, July 19, 2001


Social Capital


Population Health


The Cost of Chronic Disease in Nova Scotia

Sick days cost N.S. $100 million
Halifax Herald, Mar. 12, 2003

Keeping it simple; Choosing healthy foods easier with new labels
Halifax Herald, Jan. 28, 2003

Political courage needed to improve our health system
Halifax Herald, Jan. 27, 2003

N.S. needs 20-year health strategy
Halifax Herald, Jan. 22, 2003

In sickness and in health
The Coast, Dec. 5, 2002

Get fit to cut health costs, Muir urges Nova Scotians
Halifax Daily News, Oct. 19, 2002

Chronic disease costing province billions
Halifax Daily News, Oct. 18, 2002

Chronic diseases cost N.S. $3b yearly, 40% of illnesses preventable, says report's author
Halifax Herald, Oct. 18, 2002

Chronic disease costing N.S. $3 billion in health care, productivity
Canadian Press, Oct. 17, 2002


The Costs of Obesity

The Canadian Obesity Epidemic
Library of Parliment, July 15, 2005

Try taxing what makes us ill
Halifax Daily News, Apr. 9 2002

Obesity weighing down provincial deficit, says researcher
Chronicle-Herald, Mar. 30, 2000

Obesity big problem in N.S.
Halifax Daily News, Mar. 30, 2000

Up, Up, and Away
CSPI, Sept. 2001


The Cost of Physical Inactivity

Physical activity linked to health-and the economy
Business Voice, Nov. 2004

What kind of healthy economy do we want?
Halifax Herald, Oct. 19, 2004

House of Commons Discussion on The Cost of Physical Inactivity in Halifax Regional Municipality
The Hansard Record, Oct. 7 & 15, 2004

Get a move on: Inactivity is a burden on society and our cities should be tailored towards hoofing it or biking it
Halifax Herald, Oct. 6, 2004

Report: city spaces should inspire activity
Halifax Herald, Sept. 20, 2004

Urban planners should encourage fitness, urges Heart and Stroke report
Daily News, Sept. 18, 2004

Study: inactive cost N.S. $354m per year
Halifax Daily News, June 13, 2002

Inactive Nova Scotians cost medicare millions - study
Halifax Herald, June 13, 2002

Couch potatoes' burden weighs in at $3.1-billion
Globe and Mail, Nov. 27, 2000


The Economic Impact of Smoke-Free Workplaces

D-day for smokers; N.S. aims to ban smoking in all indoor public spaces by Dec. 2006
Chronicle Herald, Oct. 14, 2005

What are they smoking?
Halifax Herald, Feb. 11, 2003

GPI Atlantic Response to N.S. Tourism Coalition Statement
12 June, 2002

100% smokes ban only way to go
Halifax Herald, May 20, 2002

Smoking ban would aid health of workers
PEI Guardian, May 7, 2002

Smoke ban would boost business, group says
Halifax Herald, Oct. 13, 2001

Cigarette ban good for business - study
Halifax Daily News, Oct. 13, 2001

Time for smokers to butt out
Halifax Daily News, Oct. 10, 2001


The Economic Impact of Smoke-Free Workplaces: An Assessment for New Brunswick

Smokers will soon be able to phone for help quitting
New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal, Oct. 24, 2002


The Costs of HIV/AIDS

AIDS cases on decline, report finds
Chronicle-Herald, June 5, 2001

AIDS changing, report notes
Halifax Daily News, June 5, 2001


Other Population Health Issues

Researching income and income distribution as determinants of health in Canada: gaps between theoretical knowledge, research practice, and policy implementation
Health Policy 2004 (in press)

Factoring Gender into Health. Policy Forum Presents Socio-Economic Case for Gender-Based Analysis
Health Canada Newsletter

Canadian Health Care: It helps to be rich. Health and well-being require more than just doctors, hospitals and prescriptions
The Globe & Mail, May 9, 2003

Connecting the Dots: From Health Care and Illness to Wellbeing
Notes for Remarks by Roy Romanow on the Occasion of Receiving The International Foundation's Public Service Award, Ottawa, May 8, 2003

Stress and consequences
Chatelaine, Mar. 2002

Poverty, Health Linked
The Daily Gleaner, Feb. 17, 2000

Statistics On Health Reveal Important Data
Journal Pioneer, Charlottetown, Feb. 8, 2000

Centre promotes women's health
NEWSWATCH, Mar. 29, 2000


Costs of Crime

Crime Costs Province $1.2 billion Per Year
Chronicle-Herald, Apr. 15, 1999

Group Says Crime Costs N.S. Taxpayers $1.2b
Halifax Daily News, Apr. 15, 1998

To Some, Crime Really Does Pay
Chronicle-Herald, Apr. 17,1999

New Way To Think Of Cost Of Crime
Globe and Mail, Apr. 15, 1998

Myths Shattered By New Economic Study - Author
Halifax Daily News, Jul. 19, 1998



Number-crunchers can be guides to a better future
The New Zealand Herald, Nov. 2004

Don't confuse cost with value
The Yukon News, Nov. 16, 2004

House of Commons Discussion on a better measuring standard for our progress than the gross domestic product
The Hansard Record, Nov. 2, 2004

Tools for Sustainable Regional Development
Report published by Nordregio in Sweden, 2004

How do you measure progress? Part 1 2 3 4
CBC Radio Alberta, Sept. 20, 2004

Measurement Matters
Saturday Night Magazine, Jun. 5, 2004

Future Shock - In The Shadow of Generation X and The Seniors Tsunami, How Can Today's Youth Plot Their Own Course to Happiness?
The Georgia Straight, Jun. 3, 2004

Renowned Sustainable Development Thinker Visits UNB Saint John
News@UNB, Sept. 22, 2003

Fresh definition of quality of life
New Zealand Herald, May 15, 2003

Canada Urged to Count on More Than GDP
CBC News Online, May 10, 2003

Transcript of Ron Colman on CBC Radio's Commentary
CBC Radio, Oct. 2, 2002

A better way to crunch numbers
The Toronto Star, Sept. 28, 2002

Putting the economy in its place
Northern Sky News, June, 2002

Nova Scotians count what really counts
Alternatives Journal, Fall, 2001

Not the enemies you'd think
Halifax Daily News, July 18, 2001

Counting the things that really count
Halifax Daily News, Jul. 30, 2000

Measuring Genuine Progress
Shambhala Sun, Nov. 1999

Part One: Measure Of Success: We've Got It All Wrong
Halifax Daily News, Jun. 18, 1999

Part Two: A Better Measure: Genuine Progress Index Can Tell Us More Than Gross Domestic Product
Halifax Daily News, Jun. 19, 1999

At Last, Streetsense Economics
Globe and Mail, Mar. 15, 1999

Nova Scotia Leads Effort To Improve Ways To Measure Economy
Ottawa Citizen, Jul. 29, 1998

Numbers Game
Chronicle-Herald, May 30,1999

Nova Scotia Leads Effort To Improve GDP
New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, Jul. 29 1998

A New Look At Society
Chronicle-Herald, Jul. 21,1998

New 'Progress' Makes Progress
Cape Breton Post, Jul. 22, 1998

Taking A New Look At The Bottom Line
Catholic New Times, Feb. 28, 1999

Measuring Economic Growth: Former SMU Prof Tries To Find A Better Way
Halifax Daily News, Nov. 16, 1997

Redefining Progress
Dalhousie Gazette, Oct. 7, 1999

Genuine Progress Index
Planning Developments: An Information Exchange For Nova Scotia's Planners, June 1998

Expert summary of the Genuine Progress Index
Resource and Environmental Management in Canada, June 2002

Measuring Genuine Progress
Shambhala Sun, November 1999
For Spanish translation of this article, click here.

Measuring Genuine Progress
November 5, 1998

The Nova Scotia Genuine Progress Index
November 1998

Opening our eyes to progress
Citizens for Public Justice Catalyst, June/July 2000



Are you happy and wealthy - or what?
The Chronicle-Herald, March 9, 2006

Forget GDP, let's measure Gross National Happiness
The Halifax Herald, May 29, 2005

We are pleased to announce that a description of GPI Atlantic and the GPI, plus sections from the GPI Ecological Footprint and Forest reports, occupy two pages in the new high school textbook – Canada’s History: Voices and Visions Chapter 11: Future Issues and Challenges in the Canadian Economy (pages 136-137).

The big, bad wolf? Pros and cons of big box stores
Nova Scotia Business Journal, Vol. 19, No. 10, Mar. 2005

Wikipedia's Genuine Progress Indicator entry
Wikipedia, Feb. 2005

VLTs blasted right and left. Province feasting on problem gamblers, think-tanks agree
Chronicle-Herald, Jan. 11, 2005

Profits must drop to fight problem gambling: researchers
CBC News, Jan. 10, 2005

Study ponders whether revenue from gambling worth social 'trade-off'
Chronicle-Herald, Oct. 28, 2004

Happiness is living in Atlantic Canada
Halifax Herald, Oct. 16, 2004

A Wealth of Happiness
The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 8, 2004

Hon. Paul Martin Speech to the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy
Finance Canada, May 25, 2001

We're paying too much for gifts - study
Halifax Daily News, Dec. 16, 2000

Well-being gets Reality Check
The Halifax Daily News, May 2, 2001

The Cats and Rats of Borneo
Halifax Herald, Apr. 4, 2001

Text of Minister's Statement
The Newfoundland and Labrador Minister for Human Resources and Employment, in charge of the province's Strategic Social Plan, made a statement in the Legislature April 11, on the value of voluntary work. The statement uses materials prepared for the Newfoundland Government by GPI Atlantic.

Inclusion into What?
by Ronald Colman, Ph.D, March 15, 2001

GPI Book Review of Inclusion: Will our Social and Economic Strategies Take us There?
Maritime Centre of Excellence for Women's Health "Made to Measure" series, September, 2000

Health Impacts of Social Exclusion in Atlantic Canada - The Effect of Income, Poverty and Employment Patterns
by Ronald Colman, Ph.D, Paper for the N.B. Reference Group Forum "From the Inside Out: Community Investment for Social Inclusion"; March 15-16, 2001, Miramichi, New Brunswick


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