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Course: E 18124, Fall 2009
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For immediate release Tuesday, September 25, 2007 Two Laurentian professors publish book on the interaction of cultures in Canada Sudbury (Ontario) Laurentian University is pleased to officially announce the publication of Canadian Cultural Exchange / changes culturels au Canada, a bilingual book composed of essays exploring the interaction of cultures in Canada. Canadian Cultural Exchange / changes culturels au...

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