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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Richdee1(m): 2:51pm On Jul 30
OH Calgary my dream state..
Please what can u say about job prospect for Social care workers/ Health workers?

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by deveid: 9:30pm On Jul 30
I am looking to rent an apartment in Frediction, New Brunswick...I am an international student.How can I go about making sure I don't make a wrong choice in the process.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by snowlordng(m): 6:48am On Jul 31
Nigerians please help your sister ....my mum seriously need the childcare /home support worker job ...pls if not for anything but because she has searched for the job for over a year and also a nurse which is a huge leverage ...she has been working as a public health nurse in Nigeria for more than 15 years with nothing to show for it. ...you are free to pay her the minimum wage ...if you can't pay atall then give her the job once she reaches Canada she will look for another employer that will employ her as a childcare/home support work which am positive that she will get the job cause she's a hardworking woman ...I swear if you help us ..we will forever be greatful to you cause if we lose this opportunity we don't know when we are going to get another one considering the cost of immigrating to Canada ...cause the pilot program doesn't require prove of fund or lmia ...

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Abuja2canada: 8:59am On Jul 31
FlappaNozzle:
Hello my people,

Please if you are currently into or building a career in data analytics, business analytics, data science. I need a mentor o..or a study partner.

I am trying to change career to IT (data specifically), the journey get as e be. I have a huge flair for data. Currently learning powerbi on edx and Microsoft learning. My plan is to do the Microsoft licensing. I need expert advice.

If you are in this field, let's talk, if you are like me trying to delve in let's relate...the more the merrier. If you are an expert and you have advice for me..kindly let me know because mehhnnn I just realised that the older you get the more difficult its is to learn new stuff or maybe it's just me! This is really hard!


Check out @heelsandtech on Instagram it's dedicated to this..they have a closed group on telegram

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by cochtrane: 12:41pm On Jul 31
Kenn55:
Hello Everyone,

Please i want to ask which platform you use to convert your CAD and send naira to your naija account. I use MoneyTangle but they have a monthly cap and i have reached the limit. I still need to send more naira to Nigeria. Any suggestion please. Thanks
Can I get some of your CAD? I’ve got naira
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by cochtrane: 12:46pm On Jul 31
FlappaNozzle:
Hello my people,

Please if you are currently into or building a career in data analytics, business analytics, data science. I need a mentor o..or a study partner.

I am trying to change career to IT (data specifically), the journey get as e be. I have a huge flair for data. Currently learning powerbi on edx and Microsoft learning. My plan is to do the Microsoft licensing. I need expert advice.

If you are in this field, let's talk, if you are like me trying to delve in let's relate...the more the merrier. If you are an expert and you have advice for me..kindly let me know because mehhnnn I just realised that the older you get the more difficult its is to learn new stuff or maybe it's just me! This is really hard!

I can teach you some data science

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Docodes(m): 2:34pm On Jul 31
Canada here I come

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Temas(m): 3:04pm On Jul 31
cochtrane:

I can teach you some data science

I am interested too! Can I send you a PM?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Kenn55: 5:16pm On Jul 31
cochtrane:

Can I get some of your CAD? I’ve got naira

My oga. I have already made the transaction
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Echinedu1: 5:50pm On Jul 31
snowlordng:
Nigerians please help your sister ....my mum seriously need the childcare /home support worker job ...pls if not for anything but because she has searched for the job for over a year and also a nurse which is a huge leverage ...she has been working as a public health nurse in Nigeria for more than 15 years with nothing to show for it. ...you are free to pay her the minimum wage ...if you can't pay atall then give her the job once she reaches Canada she will look for another employer that will employ her as a childcare/home support work which am positive that she will get the job cause she's a hardworking woman ...I swear if you help us ..we will forever be greatful to you cause if we lose this opportunity we don't know when we are going to get another one considering the cost of immigrating to Canada ...cause the pilot program doesn't require prove of fund or lmia ...

What the household income expected and other requirement if l meed invite child/home support work as an employer?

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by oluwareni: 7:02pm On Jul 31
Hi All,

I am interested in converting some NGN to CAD. Please reach out to me if interested and the applicable rates .

Thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ednut1(m): 7:23pm On Jul 31
snowlordng:
Nigerians please help your sister ....my mum seriously need the childcare /home support worker job ...pls if not for anything but because she has searched for the job for over a year and also a nurse which is a huge leverage ...she has been working as a public health nurse in Nigeria for more than 15 years with nothing to show for it. ...you are free to pay her the minimum wage ...if you can't pay atall then give her the job once she reaches Canada she will look for another employer that will employ her as a childcare/home support work which am positive that she will get the job cause she's a hardworking woman ...I swear if you help us ..we will forever be greatful to you cause if we lose this opportunity we don't know when we are going to get another one considering the cost of immigrating to Canada ...cause the pilot program doesn't require prove of fund or lmia ...
but this is this not fraud

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Fizzywah(m): 11:08pm On Jul 31
oludolao:
Good morning Fizzywah, what areas of Calgary and Edmonton would you advise one can live. Thanks


Both are cities I am very familiar with however to answer your question more context will be needed.

Here's what I mean:

Are you single?
Are you asking for your family?
What's important to you in your choice for where to stay?

Calgary
Personally for me I have a family and love quiet neighborhoods so in Calgary I chose to stay in the NW Quadrant.
Neighborhoods like Sherwood, Evanston, Sagehill, Kincora, Nolan Hill, Carrington appeal to folks who want to stay away from the city center and lead quiet lives. The buildings are newer and more spacious. Of course, every neighborhood would have some sort of area that caters to your groceries and other amenities so you will find that you will be close to a lot of the things you need including schools, for your kids.

For others that may consider their budgets and some other factors they make their choice based on those. NE Calgary has a reputation for having affordable accommodation but also has a reputation for being known for petty crimes. Now I can tell you that may not always be the case as some of those crimes are opportunistic and can happen anywhere. Because of this even decent Neighborhoods in the NE get a bad rep.

SW is considered the most desirable and this is due to having some of its communities closer to downtown with more access to public transportation.

Overall, NW tends to have newer communities, however you will need to own a vehicle to enjoy getting around at your pace. It caters very well to single individuals as well as families. If you are still vibrant and looking for that life of always going in and out, then consider getting somewhere close to downtown Calgary like the Beltline or East Village areas.


Edmonton

First and foremost, Edmonton can be likened to Ikeja and then Calgary to Abuja. These are cities both in the province of Alberta but different in make up and looks. Calgary is a world-class city and I say so without joking. It has repeatedly made the list of the most livable cities to live in every year. Edmonton has an older feel to it. It is bright in the summer (2 months or 3 if we are lucky) and then the winters are colder than Calgary. Calgary enjoys Chinook winds that make the winter days(some of it) tolerable.
Edmonton is the seat of Government and a lot of its jobs come from the province. Calgary looks like a larger city and clearly benefited from being the Oil and Gas capital where a lot of multinationals are based.
Edmonton is starting to build newer communities in areas just like Calgary however you DEFINITELY need a car and will help yourself by learning to either park at a park and ride then take the Bus or Train. Coming from Calgary, I found this tiring having been used to driving everywhere and getting parking relatively easier than I did in Edmonton.

So my recommended neighborhoods in Edmonton based on my preferences would be:
1. Sherwood Park (some consider this on the outskirts but it's a 25 min ride to downtown)
2. Windermere (Lovely neighborhood, same time travelling to downtown Edmonton)
3. Oliver
4. University of Alberta areas ( If you are single and want to stay close to downtown)


Jobs
I find it odd that you are interested in where to live and not about Job prospects, looks like money is the least of your worries which is good grin

Calgary has jobs but they are competitive. Why? Calgary is very cosmopolitan and has people from all of the world as residents. You're dealing with really smart folks all applying for the same Job. As this is the case, businesses thrive here. There are lots of opportunities.

Edmonton while it may not be appealing to me, I have found to have even better paying jobs and I know as I have done business there in the past. However these days you can live in Calgary and do your remote job based in Edmonton and this is what most people are doing today.
One thing I can say by concluding is no matter where you settle, you'll find really good Nigerians to help you settle. Do not neglect help from good Nigerians looking to genuinely help you. The help and assistance we all received as newbies here, we are looking to pay forward. As such most newcomers find it strange coming in from Nigeria that there are folks willing to do so much for you. They Understand as they've been there before.


This weekend (tomorrow) I will be going on another road trip. It's the summer and this time I should enjoy the Alberta rockies. If it's your thing I'll post some pictures here. I'll also do a video of it and post on the YouTube Channel. Please feel free to ask more questions on here.
I really hope this has helped. Cheers.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ladystone(f): 4:46am On Aug 01
Please does anyone have the link to a 1 or 2 bedroom in calgary? Preferably NW please .
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by SamDD: 8:20am On Aug 01
Good day everyone, thanks for all you do in keeping us informed.

Please, I like to meet anyone practicing welding in Canada. Or if you know any welder in any province. Kindly, do me a favour by referring me.

Thank you

cc: @Salford, @Fizzywah and other bosses.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Richdee1(m): 10:01am On Aug 01
Fizzywah:


Both are cities I am very familiar with however to answer your question more context will be needed.

Here's what I mean:

Are you single?
Are you asking for your family?
What's important to you in your choice for where to stay?

Calgary
Personally for me I have a family and love quiet neighborhoods so in Calgary I chose to stay in the NW Quadrant.
Neighborhoods like Sherwood, Evanston, Sagehill, Kincora, Nolan Hill, Carrington appeal to folks who want to stay away from the city center and lead quiet lives. The buildings are newer and more spacious. Of course, every neighborhood would have some sort of area that caters to your groceries and other amenities so you will find that you will be close to a lot of the things you need including schools, for your kids.

For others that may consider their budgets and some other factors they make their choice based on those. NE Calgary has a reputation for having affordable accommodation but also has a reputation for being known for petty crimes. Now I can tell you that may not always be the case as some of those crimes are opportunistic and can happen anywhere. Because of this even decent Neighborhoods in the NE get a bad rep.

SW is considered the most desirable and this is due to having some of its communities closer to downtown with more access to public transportation.

Overall, NW tends to have newer communities, however you will need to own a vehicle to enjoy getting around at your pace. It caters very well to single individuals as well as families. If you are still vibrant and looking for that life of always going in and out, then consider getting somewhere close to downtown Calgary like the Beltline or East Village areas.


Edmonton

First and foremost, Edmonton can be likened to Ikeja and then Calgary to Abuja. These are cities both in the province of Alberta but different in make up and looks. Calgary is a world-class city and I say so without joking. It has repeatedly made the list of the most livable cities to live in every year. Edmonton has an older feel to it. It is bright in the summer (2 months or 3 if we are lucky) and then the winters are colder than Calgary. Calgary enjoys Chinook winds that make the winter days(some of it) tolerable.
Edmonton is the seat of Government and a lot of its jobs come from the province. Calgary looks like a larger city and clearly benefited from being the Oil and Gas capital where a lot of multinationals are based.
Edmonton is starting to build newer communities in areas just like Calgary however you DEFINITELY need a car and will help yourself by learning to either park at a park and ride then take the Bus or Train. Coming from Calgary, I found this tiring having been used to driving everywhere and getting parking relatively easier than I did in Edmonton.

So my recommended neighborhoods in Edmonton based on my preferences would be:
1. Sherwood Park (some consider this on the outskirts but it's a 25 min ride to downtown)
2. Windermere (Lovely neighborhood, same time travelling to downtown Edmonton)
3. Oliver
4. University of Alberta areas ( If you are single and want to stay close to downtown)


Jobs
I find it odd that you are interested in where to live and not about Job prospects, looks like money is the least of your worries which is good grin

Calgary has jobs but they are competitive. Why? Calgary is very cosmopolitan and has people from all of the world as residents. You're dealing with really smart folks all applying for the same Job. As this is the case, businesses thrive here. There are lots of opportunities.

Edmonton while it may not be appealing to me, I have found to have even better paying jobs and I know as I have done business there in the past. However these days you can live in Calgary and do your remote job based in Edmonton and this is what most people are doing today.
One thing I can say by concluding is no matter where you settle, you'll find really good Nigerians to help you settle. Do not neglect help from good Nigerians looking to genuinely help you. The help and assistance we all received as newbies here, we are looking to pay forward. As such most newcomers find it strange coming in from Nigeria that there are folks willing to do so much for you. They Understand as they've been there before.


This weekend (tomorrow) I will be going on another road trip. It's the summer and this time I should enjoy the Alberta rockies. If it's your thing I'll post some pictures here. I'll also do a video of it and post on the YouTube Channel. Please feel free to ask more questions on here.
I really hope this has helped. Cheers.

Good Morning, what are the job prospect in the two cities for someone in Social work/ Health care field

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Kekereekun123: 1:56pm On Aug 01
Richdee1:


Good Morning, what are the job prospect in the two cities for someone in Social work/ Health care field
why not focus on getting your the Visa first. Face your eca and ielts. All these your questions can be gotten online make your research. Sigh

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by bezimo(m): 3:19pm On Aug 01
Who need CAD..i need Naira.What's your rate
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ednut1(m): 3:21pm On Aug 01
bezimo:
Who need CAD..i need Naira.What's your rate
i need o. Sent you pm
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by bezimo(m): 3:22pm On Aug 01
oluwareni:
Hi All,

I am interested in converting some NGN to CAD. Please reach out to me if interested and the applicable rates .

Thanks

I need some Naira what's your rate?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by bezimo(m): 3:24pm On Aug 01
ednut1:
i need o. Sent you pm
Just tell me your rate?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by safex(m): 3:28pm On Aug 01
you and this your gbas gbos ehn grin
Kekereekun123:
why not focus on getting your the Visa first. Face your eca and ielts. All these your questions can be gotten online make your research. Sigh
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Fizzywah(m): 5:07pm On Aug 01
Richdee1:


Good Morning, what are the job prospect in the two cities for someone in Social work/ Health care field

So sorry for not getting back to you sooner. No one should make you feel bad for asking questions wink.

I can tell you that those jobs are in need here and come in different forms. There may be some certs you may need to acquire. I know about getting a Standard First Aid with CPR and AED license. This involves a 2-day training. Check www.stmarkjamestraining.ca. I know someone who used them back in 2019.

Taking a look at this link you'll agree yourself that there are jobs available: https://ca.indeed.com/Social-Worker-jobs-in-Calgary,-AB
First and foremost get a plan for yourself if you are not yet here. Know all of the prerequisites needed to get you one of these jobs. Pay close attention too to the salaries in the link I posted. It may guide you to where you may want to focus.

Obviously I don't have all of the answers for your line of work but I hope this helps.

Cheers.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by lastborn111: 6:42pm On Aug 01
Hello my everyone,

Please, I will like to find out, how I can secure an apartment in Saskatoon for my 14 days quarantine plan.

I have tried using AirBnB but am having some difficulties.

Please any advice, suggestion will be appreciated.
Thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by listowell: 7:06pm On Aug 01
bezimo:


I need some Naira what's your rate?
Who first sends?....hmmmm
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by SlowlybtSurely: 7:16pm On Aug 01
lastborn111:
Hello my everyone,

Please, I will like to find out, how I can secure an apartment in Saskatoon for my 14 days quarantine plan.

I have tried using AirBnB but am having some difficulties.

Please any advice, suggestion will be appreciated.
Thanks

What difficulties?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Richdee1(m): 7:25pm On Aug 01
Kekereekun123:
why not focus on getting your the Visa first. Face your eca and ielts. All these your questions can be gotten online make your research. Sigh

Thank you sir! I'm so inquisitive so as not to land in a city that dosent have my long term career goals.. Still jotting down a lot in a book, even if I've not started any process!

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Richdee1(m): 7:26pm On Aug 01
Fizzywah:


So sorry for not getting back to you sooner. No one should make you feel bad for asking questions wink.

I can tell you that those jobs are in need here and come in different forms. There may be some certs you may need to acquire. I know about getting a Standard First Aid with CPR and AED license. This involves a 2-day training. Check www.stmarkjamestraining.ca. I know someone who used them back in 2019.

Taking a look at this link you'll agree yourself that there are jobs available: https://ca.indeed.com/Social-Worker-jobs-in-Calgary,-AB
First and foremost get a plan for yourself if you are not yet here. Know all of the prerequisites needed to get you one of these jobs. Pay close attention too to the salaries in the link I posted. It may guide you to where you may want to focus.

Obviously I don't have all of the answers for your line of work but I hope this helps.

Cheers.


Thanks a lot

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by lastborn111: 8:59pm On Aug 01
SlowlybtSurely:


What difficulties?

Below is the message from the host

Hi , thank you for the booking request! Have you stayed in Airbnb’s before? I generally don’t host guests with no reviews.

Second said.
No refund policy.

Third said.
She doesn't host travelers.

Back and forth excuses.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by snowlordng(m): 10:01pm On Aug 01
Echinedu1:


What the household income expected and other requirement if l meed invite child/home support work as an employer?
a genuine need for a caregiver (for example, proof of a school-age child or a person with medical needs in the home)
••the fact that the wage specified in the job offer is aligned with the prevailing wage in the province where the work will be carried out
••the fact that the employer has the financial ability to pay the wages specified in the job offer(they didn't specify the house hold income all you need to do is to present your financial statement)
••in the case of a live-in arrangement, the fact that reasonable accommodations are provided (for example, a private room)
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by snowlordng(m): 10:01pm On Aug 01
ednut1:
but this is this not fraud
hmmm fraud ?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by oludolao: 8:14am On Aug 02
Thank you so kuch for a detailed explanation. Based on your questions, we are a family of 4 with need for junior high and elementary schools. I want somewhere quiet but also where I don't want to rely on my car all the time, so somewhere within walking distance of shops and schools etc.

With regards to jobs, I have experience in HR/ Admin , Operations and Clients relationship management. So I definitely need a job. Based on the feelers I have put out, I can see that there are openings in both cities.

Thanks.

quote author=Fizzywah post=92317945]


Both are cities I am very familiar with however to answer your question more context will be needed.

Here's what I mean:

Are you single?
Are you asking for your family?
What's important to you in your choice for where to stay?

Calgary
Personally for me I have a family and love quiet neighborhoods so in Calgary I chose to stay in the NW Quadrant.
Neighborhoods like Sherwood, Evanston, Sagehill, Kincora, Nolan Hill, Carrington appeal to folks who want to stay away from the city center and lead quiet lives. The buildings are newer and more spacious. Of course, every neighborhood would have some sort of area that caters to your groceries and other amenities so you will find that you will be close to a lot of the things you need including schools, for your kids.

For others that may consider their budgets and some other factors they make their choice based on those. NE Calgary has a reputation for having affordable accommodation but also has a reputation for being known for petty crimes. Now I can tell you that may not always be the case as some of those crimes are opportunistic and can happen anywhere. Because of this even decent Neighborhoods in the NE get a bad rep.

SW is considered the most desirable and this is due to having some of its communities closer to downtown with more access to public transportation.

Overall, NW tends to have newer communities, however you will need to own a vehicle to enjoy getting around at your pace. It caters very well to single individuals as well as families. If you are still vibrant and looking for that life of always going in and out, then consider getting somewhere close to downtown Calgary like the Beltline or East Village areas.


Edmonton

First and foremost, Edmonton can be likened to Ikeja and then Calgary to Abuja. These are cities both in the province of Alberta but different in make up and looks. Calgary is a world-class city and I say so without joking. It has repeatedly made the list of the most livable cities to live in every year. Edmonton has an older feel to it. It is bright in the summer (2 months or 3 if we are lucky) and then the winters are colder than Calgary. Calgary enjoys Chinook winds that make the winter days(some of it) tolerable.
Edmonton is the seat of Government and a lot of its jobs come from the province. Calgary looks like a larger city and clearly benefited from being the Oil and Gas capital where a lot of multinationals are based.
Edmonton is starting to build newer communities in areas just like Calgary however you DEFINITELY need a car and will help yourself by learning to either park at a park and ride then take the Bus or Train. Coming from Calgary, I found this tiring having been used to driving everywhere and getting parking relatively easier than I did in Edmonton.

So my recommended neighborhoods in Edmonton based on my preferences would be:
1. Sherwood Park (some consider this on the outskirts but it's a 25 min ride to downtown)
2. Windermere (Lovely neighborhood, same time travelling to downtown Edmonton)
3. Oliver
4. University of Alberta areas ( If you are single and want to stay close to downtown)


Jobs
I find it odd that you are interested in where to live and not about Job prospects, looks like money is the least of your worries which is good grin

Calgary has jobs but they are competitive. Why? Calgary is very cosmopolitan and has people from all of the world as residents. You're dealing with really smart folks all applying for the same Job. As this is the case, businesses thrive here. There are lots of opportunities.

Edmonton while it may not be appealing to me, I have found to have even better paying jobs and I know as I have done business there in the past. However these days you can live in Calgary and do your remote job based in Edmonton and this is what most people are doing today.
One thing I can say by concluding is no matter where you settle, you'll find really good Nigerians to help you settle. Do not neglect help from good Nigerians looking to genuinely help you. The help and assistance we all received as newbies here, we are looking to pay forward. As such most newcomers find it strange coming in from Nigeria that there are folks willing to do so much for you. They Understand as they've been there before.


This weekend (tomorrow) I will be going on another road trip. It's the summer and this time I should enjoy the Alberta rockies. If it's your thing I'll post some pictures here. I'll also do a video of it and post on the YouTube Channel. Please feel free to ask more questions on here.
I really hope this has helped. Cheers.[/quote]

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