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You have previously indicated your interest in participating in the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act (HPTA) engagement process to provide input into the development of regulations, programs, and policies under this Act.
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Overview of the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act
Public Health Agency of Canada
The HPTA received Royal Assent on June 23, 2009. The purpose of the Act is to establish a safety and security regime to protect the health and safety of the public against risks posed by human pathogens and toxins.
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Pentagon to open networks to Apple
Financial Post
The U.S. Defense Department said it plans to open its networks to about 100,000 mobile phones and tablet computers made by companies such as Apple and Google. The move may pose a threat to BlackBerry, the Pentagon's biggest supplier of smartphones. The Waterloo, Ontario-based company has lost market share to competitors and aims to make a comeback with its new BlackBerry 10 phone.
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Tiny Canadian satellites launched into space
CBC News
Several tiny high-tech Canadian satellites are now in orbit following the successful launch of an Indian rocket. India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle blasted off from Satish Dhawan Space Centre on the island of Sriharikota, off India's east coast near Chennai.
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Alten sets up shop in Montreal, will create 200 jobs
Montreal Gazette
France's Alten Group, specializing in technology consulting and engineering for major international industrial, aerospace and telecommunications companies, is setting up a Canadian head office in Montreal and plans to create 200 new high-tech jobs over the next three years.
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Nanotechnology's revolutionary next phase
Forbes
The term nanotechnology has been bandied about so much over the last few decades that even the researcher who popularized the term is the first to point out that it's lost its original meaning. Nanotech, or the manipulation of matter on atomic and molecular scales, is currently used to describe micro-scale technology in everything from space technology to biotech.
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Invitation HPTA Consultations
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Mubadala Aerospace and UAE University to launch technician training
AME Info
The new initiative, with key modules delivered by professional trainers from Lockheed Martin, builds on the success of existing programmes, which have already resulted in the employment of over 95 Emirati staff at Strata over the past two years.

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LOUGHEED, Frederick Fred William
CCTT
Past- President CCTT 1997-1999 Peacefully, at home, on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at the age of 63 years. Loving partner to Susan Arsenault. Much loved and amazing father of Shannon Evans.

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Redford seeks easy answer to Alberta's predicament
The Globe and Mail
Alberta's next budget is only nine days away. Alison Redford, the Premier, on a visit to Washington, said that the provincial government's priority will be diversification of the province's economy, rather than deficit reduction. Diversification has long been desirable, but Redford is apparently choosing the easier path of the uncertain prospects of a new industrial policy, instead of the painful clarity of spending cuts.
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Dutch architect plans endless house using 3D printer technology
Digital Journal
A Dutch architect hopes to use 3D printer technology to print off a futuristic 12,000 square feet endless house. Janjaap Ruijssenaars of Universe Architecture aims to complete construction of his concept Landscape House in 2014. The futuristic house uses the principle of the one-sided Mobius strip, the mathematical conundrum of a strip of paper twisted on itself.
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Potash wants control of Israel Chemical, not just a larger stake, CFO says
680 News
Potash wants to acquire a controlling interest in Israel Chemical, not just increase its 14 per cent stake, chief financial officer Wayne Brownlee says. "We're not interested in increasing our stake and still being a passive minority shareholder. In fact, that's not a tenable position for us on a long-term basis in any event," he told an investment conference.
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