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Ottawa: poisoning Seabed
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>Date: Mon, 27 Sep 1999 23:37:27 -0700
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>Subject: Ottawa: poisoning Seabed
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>URGENT PUBLIC MEETING SEPTEMBER 29,1999
>Ottawa Citizen, Conference Room, 1101 Baxter road OTTAWA
>Wednesday September 29,1999 7:30 p.m.
>POISONING CANADA' S SEABED- THE US NAVY'S ILLEGAL PRESENCE
>Everyone who is concerned about the sovereignty of Canada and the military
>takeover of parts of Canada for military practice and weapons testing is
>invited to come to an urgent meeting and hear a report on Nanoose Bay BC.
>The reports from Nova Scotia confirm pollution of the seabed and lobster
>fishing grounds off Nova Scotia.
>Puerto Rico is trying to get rid of the U.S. navy use of Puerto Rican
>territory for deadly war games.
> The Chretien government has illegally seized Nanoose Bay on Vancouver
>Island for the continued use by the U.S. Navy for torpedo testing and
>Starting September 1999 U.S. Navy nuclear powered warships will be able to
>carry nuclear weapons into Canadian (B.C.)waters.
>The Human Rights Institute of Canada, located in Ottawa, (one of the
>Plaintiffs in the lawsuits against the expropriation of Nanoose Bay)
>invites everyone who is concerned about Canadian sovereignty, nuclear
>proliferation, and about Canadian involvement in U.S. military adventures
>to come to this meeting.
> Open session for people to express their views.
>Dr Marguerite Ritchie, Q.C., will give a first hand report of her
>challenges to these illegal operations and answer your questions.
>tel: 613 232 2920; 613 232 7477; Fax: 613 232 3735; E mail: email@example.com
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>entitled” Supreme Court of Canada A.G. of Nova Scotia and A.G. of Canada,
>S.C.R. 1951 pp 32
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