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Whitecourt Star
UCP Leader Jason Kenney tours regionof the province," he said. Kenney noted that this was his fourth visit to the
Whitecourt Star / Posted 6 hours ago
of the province," he said. Kenney noted that this was his fourth visit to the town, adding that Alberta Premier Rachel Notley hadn't been once during her three years in office. "If I'm premier, this is an area that will have my respect," he... Read more
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CBC.ca
B.C. challenges Alberta wine ban under free trade rulesthe CFTA, and we will protect our reputation and the interests of British Colum
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
the CFTA, and we will protect our reputation and the interests of British Columbians." Sour grapes Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced the ban on B.C. wine in early February, saying she wants progress on an impasse with B.C. over the Trans... Read more
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CBC.ca
B.C. challenges Alberta wine ban under free trade rulesand we will protect our reputation and the interests of British Columbians." I
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
and we will protect our reputation and the interests of British Columbians." In early February, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced Alberta would immediately boycott all imports of wines from B.C., escalating an inter-provincial spat over... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sydney's new Malabar Headland coastal walking track sure to be an Instagram hitthe heart of Malabar Headland National Park to enjoy the bushland and catch som
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
the heart of Malabar Headland National Park to enjoy the bushland and catch some beautiful views,” Member for Coogee Bruce Notley-Smith said. The walk now joins South Maroubra Beach with Malabar Beach and there are now plans to build a continuous... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney's new Malabar Headland coastal walking track sure to be an Instagram hitthe heart of Malabar Headland National Park to enjoy the bushland and catch som
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
the heart of Malabar Headland National Park to enjoy the bushland and catch some beautiful views,” Member for Coogee Bruce Notley-Smith said. The walk now joins South Maroubra Beach with Malabar Beach and there are now plans to build a continuous... Read more
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The Comet
Comet Sports Awards 2017: Winners revealed at Letchworth showpieceand is now ranked ninth in the world. Glenn Williams receives the Sports Perso
The Comet / Posted 4 days ago
and is now ranked ninth in the world. Glenn Williams receives the Sports Personality award from Councillor Margaret Notley, deputy mayor of Stevenage Borough Council. Picture: Cathy Benucci Photography The Sports Personality of the Year... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort brewer not a fan of trade warincrease in bitumen shipments from Alberta until more spill responses studies a
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 5 days ago
increase in bitumen shipments from Alberta until more spill responses studies are done. In retaliation, Premier Rachel Notley issued a boycott of B.C. wine at provincially-run liquor stores. B.C. Premier John Horgan has stated he won’t be... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
MLAs stand behind wine banThe provincial ban on imports of B.C. wine is receiving support from local MLAs
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 5 days ago
The provincial ban on imports of B.C. wine is receiving support from local MLAs. Recently, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced the Alberta Liquor and Gaming Commission (AGLC) has been directed not to purchase anymore wine from British Columbia,... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
MP backs Trans Mountainthemselves out of work when investors around the world don’t want to come to Ca
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 5 days ago
themselves out of work when investors around the world don’t want to come to Canada anymore,” Clark said. Premier Rachel Notley said her government will not wait “indefinitely” and this week she said the B.C. government has two choices: to... Read more
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CBC.ca
Payback or coincidence? Pipeline tensions between Alberta and B.C. ramp upto purchase $500 million worth of electricity from B.C. and then ban the provin
CBC.ca / Posted 5 days ago
to purchase $500 million worth of electricity from B.C. and then ban the province's wine imports. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley attended the first meeting on Wednesday of a 19-member panel, which includes former New Brunswick premier Frank... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Kenney visits Peace Regiona message that I think is well received in the Peace Country and Grande Prairie
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
a message that I think is well received in the Peace Country and Grande Prairie." Kenney said he supports Premier Rachel Notley's boycott on B.C. wine, but - he says - she mocked the idea when he first suggested it last summer. Kenney recommended... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Task force will 'end the games' with B.C.: Notleyforce will "end the games" British Columbia insists on playing with the Trans M
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 6 days ago
force will "end the games" British Columbia insists on playing with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Premier Rachel Notley said Wednesday as the group gathered for its first meeting in Edmonton. Sitting around the cabinet table inside the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Billions at stake as banks, energy regulator head to Supreme Courtof orphaned well sites. "We need to be able to ensure the people of Alberta, c
CBC.ca / Posted 6 days ago
of orphaned well sites. "We need to be able to ensure the people of Alberta, collectively, are protected," Premier Rachel Notley told reporters this week. Since the original court ruling in 2016, the amount of wells dumped on the regulator has... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Yes' victors seek abolition of all church exemptions to anti-discrimination lawsinequality" against gay and lesbian Australians. It was backed by cross-party
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
inequality" against gay and lesbian Australians. It was backed by cross-party state MPs including Liberal Bruce Notley-Smith, National Trevor Khan, independent Alex Greenwich, Labor's Penny Sharpe and the Greens' Jenny Leong. The push... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Rachel Notley announces B.C. wine boycottAlberta will no longer import British Columbia wines, Premier Rachel Notley ann
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 7 days ago
Alberta will no longer import British Columbia wines, Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday, the latest in an ongoing spat over the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Albertans spent $72 million on B.C. wine last year, with almost 95... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Business owner hoping for short B.C. wine banhe said. “Why these two politicians are fighting, I have no idea – why they hav
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
he said. “Why these two politicians are fighting, I have no idea – why they have to pull the consumer in.” Premier Rachel Notley announced last Tuesday that the province was banning wine from B.C., effective immediately. That was in response to... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Notley gives B.C., Ottawa days to resolve spatout the Trans Mountain pipeline spat, or Alberta will ramp up retaliation again
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 7 days ago
out the Trans Mountain pipeline spat, or Alberta will ramp up retaliation against its western neighbour. Premier Rachel Notley told reporters Monday in Edmonton that B.C. and Ottawa officials are currently in talks to resolve what she has... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Warkentin calls on PM to put foot downany increase in bitumen shipments until further spill response studies are cond
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
any increase in bitumen shipments until further spill response studies are conducted. In response, Premier Rachel Notley imposed an Alberta boycott on B.C. wine. Warkentin said Trudeau must ensure that construction begins this... Read more
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CBC.ca
Q&A: Why stop at wine? Alberta man boycotts all B.C. productsAlberta Premier Rachel Notley imposed the boycott after B.C.'s government calle
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley imposed the boycott after B.C.'s government called for more research into the behaviour of spilled bitumen — a move that could delay the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project. Alberta bar owner Evan Watson is... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
B.C. Green leader supports Premier Horgan in wine battlenot the only top provincial politician to stop in the Kelowna West riding Frida
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
not the only top provincial politician to stop in the Kelowna West riding Friday to speak out about Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s ban on imports of B.C. wine in her province. B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver was also in the riding Friday,... Read more
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The Tyee
Sorry Alberta, BC Will Not Pay for Your Bunglingmore carbon and less and less employment and public revenue. Both Prime Minist
The Tyee / Posted 10 days ago
more carbon and less and less employment and public revenue. Both Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley are staking their political careers on the Trans Mountain pipeline and massively increased bitumen production.... Read more
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The Tyee
Trudeau at Fault for BC-Alberta Trade Tiff, Says Singhspat between British Columbia and Alberta, says federal New Democrat leader Jag
The Tyee / Posted 11 days ago
spat between British Columbia and Alberta, says federal New Democrat leader Jagmeet Singh. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday her province would no longer be importing British Columbian wine through its government liquor... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Prime minister has lost control of gamewith an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game.
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 11 days ago
with an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game. In banning the import of B.C. wines, the Notley government has landed a symbolic haymaker that carries just enough economic impact to make the point and to be taken... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Prime minister has lost control of gamewith an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game.
Sarnia Observer / Posted 11 days ago
with an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game. In banning the import of B.C. wines, the Notley government has landed a symbolic haymaker that carries just enough economic impact to make the point and to be taken... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Prime minister has lost control of gamewith an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game.
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 11 days ago
with an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game. In banning the import of B.C. wines, the Notley government has landed a symbolic haymaker that carries just enough economic impact to make the point and to be taken... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Prime minister has lost control of gamewith an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game.
Chatham Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
with an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game. In banning the import of B.C. wines, the Notley government has landed a symbolic haymaker that carries just enough economic impact to make the point and to be taken... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Prime minister has lost control of gamewith an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game.
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 11 days ago
with an escalating brawl between the players. He has lost control of the game. In banning the import of B.C. wines, the Notley government has landed a symbolic haymaker that carries just enough economic impact to make the point and to be taken... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Alberta Party leadership candidates promise changethat expertise to the Alberta Party and make sure we are building into 2019 wit
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 12 days ago
that expertise to the Alberta Party and make sure we are building into 2019 with a good strong team. Right now, Rachel Notley and Jason Kenney aren’t proposing any real solutions for Alberta and I want to be that courageous leader who says it... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Restaurateur thanks Notley for B.C. wine boycottA Fort McMurray restaurant owner is thanking Premier Rachel Notley after the pr
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 12 days ago
A Fort McMurray restaurant owner is thanking Premier Rachel Notley after the province announced they are putting a cork on the flow of B.C. wines coming to Alberta. Karen Collins, the owner of Asti Trattoria Italiana, dropped B.C. wines from her... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 13 days ago
up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a common outside enemy. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is doing it against British Columbia, banning imports of B.C. wine to retaliate against Premier John Horgan’s talk of... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a
Sarnia Observer / Posted 13 days ago
up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a common outside enemy. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is doing it against British Columbia, banning imports of B.C. wine to retaliate against Premier John Horgan’s talk of... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 13 days ago
up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a common outside enemy. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is doing it against British Columbia, banning imports of B.C. wine to retaliate against Premier John Horgan’s talk of... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a
Chatham Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a common outside enemy. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is doing it against British Columbia, banning imports of B.C. wine to retaliate against Premier John Horgan’s talk of... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Wynne wields big stick against protectionist U.S.up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 13 days ago
up. There’s always political capital to be made from uniting people against a common outside enemy. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is doing it against British Columbia, banning imports of B.C. wine to retaliate against Premier John Horgan’s talk of... Read more
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CBC.ca
Ottawa will insist on ultimate authority over fate of pipeline in B.C.-Alberta spat: sourceits jurisdiction over the national interest. Full stop." Prime Minister Justin
CBC.ca / Posted 13 days ago
its jurisdiction over the national interest. Full stop." Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and B.C. Premier John Horgan last week and discussions between federal officials and their provincial counterparts... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Trudeau talking to premiers about pipeline battlethe plan approved by Ottawa in 2016 to triple existing pipeline capacity betwee
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 13 days ago
the plan approved by Ottawa in 2016 to triple existing pipeline capacity between Alberta and B.C. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley responded by threatening legal action, cancelling talks to buy electricity from B.C. and then, most recently on... Read more
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Okotoks Western Wheel
Separate schools benefit Albertarights to a Catholic School Education system, which will ultimately be sent to
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted 13 days ago
rights to a Catholic School Education system, which will ultimately be sent to Education Minister David Eggen and Premier Notley. Eggen informed the Wheel there are no plans to take away publicly-funded Catholic education � a right which was... Read more
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CBC.ca
Oil, water and wine: Amping up of Alberta-B.C. pipeline feud makes compromise less likelyareas have reacted angrily to Trudeau's pronouncement that the expansion would
CBC.ca / Posted 13 days ago
areas have reacted angrily to Trudeau's pronouncement that the expansion would go ahead, and to Alberta Premier Rachel Notley accusing B.C. of "political game-playing." Notley also drew ire with last week's suspension of electricity-purchase... Read more
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Okotoks Western Wheel
Separate schools a part of Albertarights to a Catholic School Education system, which will ultimately be sent to
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted 13 days ago
rights to a Catholic School Education system, which will ultimately be sent to Education Minister David Eggen and Premier Notley. Eggen informed the Wheel there are no plans to take away publicly-funded Catholic education � a right which was... Read more
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New York Daily News
Alberta stops importing B.C. wine over pipeline disputeis banning wine imports from neighboring British Columbia over a dispute about
New York Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
is banning wine imports from neighboring British Columbia over a dispute about a proposed pipeline. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday that the province is banning wine from British Columbia wineries effective immediately. Last week,... Read more
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FOX Business
Alberta stops importing B.C. wine over pipeline disputeis banning wine imports from neighboring British Columbia over a dispute about
FOX Business / Posted 13 days ago
is banning wine imports from neighboring British Columbia over a dispute about a proposed pipeline. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday that the province is banning wine from British Columbia wineries effective immediately. Last week,... Read more
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FOX Business
Alberta stops importing B.C. wine over pipeline disputefrom neighboring British Columbia over a dispute about a proposed pipeline. Co
FOX Business / Posted 13 days ago
from neighboring British Columbia over a dispute about a proposed pipeline. Continue Reading Below Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday that the province is banning wine from British Columbia wineries effective immediately. Last week,... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Notley announces B.C. wine boycott over pipelinesAlberta will no longer import British Columbia wines, Premier Rachel Notley ann
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 13 days ago
Alberta will no longer import British Columbia wines, Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday, the latest in an ongoing spat over the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Albertans spent $72 million on B.C. wine last year, with almost 95... Read more
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CBC.ca
Alberta government boycotts B.C. wine over pipeline delayAlberta's government will immediately boycott all imports of wines from British
CBC.ca / Posted 14 days ago
Alberta's government will immediately boycott all imports of wines from British Columbia, Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday, escalating the inter-provincial spat over the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. The province's tough stance... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Willow Square construction could start by springthe end of 2019, with people moving into the facility in the spring of 2020. Th
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 18 days ago
the end of 2019, with people moving into the facility in the spring of 2020. This was a timeline promised by Premier Rachel Notley during a brief tour of the Japan Canada Oil Sands’ (JACOS) Hangingstone facility south of Fort McMurray in... Read more
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CBC.ca
PM must show 'greater' leadership on bitumen dispute, Notley saysAlberta Premier Rachel Notley says she told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Th
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday he must do more to stop B.C. from blocking the Kinder-Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Notley said Trudeau's statements on CBC Radio Edmonton AM earlier... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Notley: B.C. pipeline play attacks ConfederationColumbia has threatened the very foundations of Confederation and will face the
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 19 days ago
Columbia has threatened the very foundations of Confederation and will face the consequences, says Alberta Premier Rachel Notley. Notley called an emergency cabinet meeting Wednesday to plan potential legal and trade actions against... Read more
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Okotoks Western Wheel
PACE petitions to save Catholic school divisionshad signed a PACE on-line petition as of Jan. 29 to be sent to Alberta Educatio
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted 19 days ago
had signed a PACE on-line petition as of Jan. 29 to be sent to Alberta Education Minister David Eggen and Premier Rachel Notley entitled "Maintain policies and laws that protects my rights to a Catholic School Education system." PACE spokeswoman... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Notley holds emergency meeting on Trans MountainBritish Columbia has threatened the very foundations of Confederation, Alberta
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 20 days ago
British Columbia has threatened the very foundations of Confederation, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said Wednesday, and will face the consequences. Potential legal and trade actions are being hashed out at an emergency cabinet meeting in the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Notley vows to take legal action if B.C. doesn't drop crude shipment restrictionsAlberta Premier Rachel Notley has vowed to take legal action after the B.C. gov
CBC.ca / Posted 20 days ago
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has vowed to take legal action after the B.C. government proposed new restrictions on crude shipments that could stymie construction of the beleaguered Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. "An attempt to block the... Read more
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