Canada-wide and Pre-arrival Initiatives

CANADA WIDE

 

The Canada-wide listing includes professional accrediting bodies, professional associations, national organizations and sector councils that can provide a range of services and resources. Many of the listings include links to provincial organizations and provide information for specific professions and/or occupations.

Pre-Arrival: There are a number of services offered by agencies and governments across the country that can support individuals who are planning to come to Canada. Also Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) offers a continuum of orientation and settlement services that commence prior to your arrival in Canada. CIC currently funds three pre-departure orientation initiatives. Each have different service locations and have distinct service delivery models.

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Active Engagement Integration Project (AEIP)Delivered by SUCCESS Pre-Arrival Services and resources Immigrants With overseas offices located in China, South Korea and Taiwan, Active Engagement and Integration Project (AEIP) provides pre-departure guidance to individuals immigrating to Canada via group orientation, topic-specific workshops, individualized case management, webinars and online virtual resources. In addition, AEIP’s partnerships with local organizations across Canada ensure that clients are able to get the support that they need by providing a smooth transition from pre-departure to post-arrival services. China – Tel: 86.10.6216.6928
Email: AEIPBeijing@success.bc.ca
 
Korea – Tel: 82.2.775.8983
Email: AEIPSeoul@success.bc.ca
 
Taiwan – Tel: 866.2.2389.9088
Email: AEIPTaipei@success.bc.ca
 
Canada – Tel: 604.893.8222
Toll-free Tel: 1.844.893.8222
Email: AEIPVan@success.bc.ca
Agrologists Canada Links Immigrants – Agrologists Links to the ten provincial regulatory bodies that register members.
Alliance of Canadian Dietetic Regulatory Bodies Resources Immigrants – Dieticians Information on qualifying as a Dietician in Canada., including the Canadian Dietitian Registration Exam. Links to provincial regulatory bodies.
Alliance of Medical Radiation Technologist of Canada Resources Immigrants – Medical Radiation Technologists Information about regulation and Medical Radiation Technologists. Links to provincial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations Resources Immigrants – Psychologists Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Email: rmorris@cpo.on.ca
Association of New Canadians – AXIS (Acquiring eXperience, Integrating Skills) Carreer Services Services Immigrants Pre-arrival employment information and preparation for employment in Newfoundland and Labrador through e-Employment/Career Counselling (e-ECC). Sign up on online as a job seeker
Association of Occupational Therapy Regulatory Organizations Resources Immigrants – Occupational Therapists Information on assessing the qualifications and competencies of internationally-educated Occupational Therapists, and the Substantial Equivalency Assessment System for those educated outside Canada. Links to provincial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Email: info@acotro.org
BioTalent Canada ResourcesTools Immigrants – Bio-economy Information on the BioSkills Recognition Program, Biotech Resume Builder, skills transfer and alternate careers, biocareer pathways, and labour market. Tel: 613.235.1402
Email: corporate@biotalent.ca
Canadian Alliance of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology Regulators Resources Immigrants – Audiologists & Speech-Language Pathologists Links to provincial regulatory bodies. If you plan to work in a province or territory that is not regulated, contact SAC. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 613.858.6544
Email: office@caaspr.ca
Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators Resources Immigrants – Physiotherapists Information on profiles of various countries to assist internationally educated physiotherapists with decision-making prior to relocation to Canada (physiotherapy practice comparison to Canada, physiotherapy Competency Exam pass rates for previous 1st time test takers from this country and a list of educational programs the Alliance has assessed in the past). Also a self-assessment tool for “Readiness for Canadian Physiotherapy Practice.” Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 416.234.8800
Email: email@alliancept.org
Canadian Architectural Certification Board Resources Immigrants – Architects Information for internationally trained architects, including the “Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect Certification” (program eligibility, program description, self-assessment guide, architectural resources) Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 613.241.8399
Email: info@cacb.ca
Canadian Association of Paralegals Resources Immigrants – Paralegals Licensure is not required for paralegals to practice in Canada (except for Ontario). Canadian Association of Paralegals is a membership organization of individuals working as Paralegals. For info on Ontario see www.lsuc.on.ca.
Canadian Association of Prior Learning Assessment (CAPLA) Resources/Tools Immigrants National organization conducting PLA research. In addition to resources for both practitioners and immigrants, CAPLA is working on two projects: Pan-Canadian RPL Quality Assurance Project and the RPL Messaging for Immigrant Coming to Canada Project. Online contact form
Canadian Association of Social Workers Resources Immigrants – Social Workers Information on the process for assessing international credentials: application for evaluation, perusal of documentation, equating applicant’s international education to the Canadian standard, written notification of the evaluation and the equivalency rating, post evaluation, and review and appeal. For Quebec and BC, link to their respective provincial associations. Tel: 613.729.6668
Email: casw@casw-acts.ca
Canadian Board of Examiners for Professional Surveyors (CBEPS) Resources Immigrants – Land Surveyors Information for foreign trained professionals. Links to provincial organizations. Ontario is not part of CBEPS, see www.aols.org. Quebec is not part of CBEPS, see www.oagq.qc.ca. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 613.274.7115
Online contact form
Canadian Board for Respiratory Care Inc. (CBRC) Resources Immigrants – Respiratory Therapists Information on CBRC’s exams required for credentialing at the entry to practice level and the “Foreign Trained Applicant Application.” Links to provincial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 902.492.4387
Email: cbrc@crrc.ca
Canadian Childcare Federation Resources Immigrants – Early Childhood Educators Links to provincial and territorial organizations and training programs.
Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine (CCHM) Resources Immigrants – Homeopaths Homeopathy is a regulated health profession in Ontario. Information on homeopathic medicine in Canada and the college. Tel: 416.966.2350
Email: info@homeopathycanada.com
Canadian Council for Practical Nurse Regulators Resources Immigrants – Practical Nurses Links to provincial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 709.579.3843
Email: info@ccpnr.ca
Online contact form
Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA)

& Human Resource Professionals Association

Resources Immigrants – Human Resource Professionals Links to provincial HR associations and processes to follow to become a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP). Ontario’s Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) is no longer a member of the CCHRA – see their website at www.chrp.ca. Links to provincial bodies
Email: Info@HRPA.ca
Canadian Council of Social Work Regulators Resources Immigrants – Social Workers Links to provincial regulatory bodies. See also Canadian Association of Social Workers. Links to provincial bodies
Email: ccswr.ccorts@gmail.com
Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists Resources Immigrants – Technicians & Technologists Information on the differences between Engineers and Engineering Technologists and Engineering Technicians, various certifications, International Qualifications Assessment, Canadian Technology Immigration Network and the International Qualifications Database. Tel: 613.238.8123
Email: ccttadm@cctt.ca
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) Resources Immigrants – Psychotherapists & Counsellors Information on membership in the CCPA, their certification process (CCC) and the changing landscape for regulation of psychotherapists in Canada. Links to growing number of provincial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodiesv
Tel: 613.237.1099
Email: info@ccpa-accp.ca
Canadian Dental Regulatory Authorities Federation Resources Immigrants – Dentists Links to provincial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 416.710.9571
Email: info@cdraf.org
Canadian Examiners in Optometry (CEO) Resources Immigrants – Optometrists Information on the Canadian Assessment of Competence in Optometry assesses competence in the practice of optometry in Canada. Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 905.642.1373
Email: administration@ceo-eco.org
Canadian Federation of Chiropractic Regulatory and Educational Accrediting Boards Resources Immigrants – Chiropractors Information on the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board’s (www.cceb.ca) clinical competency exams (Chiropractic Knowledge, Clinical Decision Making and Diagnostic Imaging, and Clinical Skills Evaluation). After passing the CCEB examinations, you may apply for licensure in a Canadian province or territory. Links to provincial and territorial regulatory boards. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 416.646.1600
Online contact form
Canadian Federation of Professional Foresters Association Resources Immigrants – Foresters Information on the credential assessment process. Links to provincial associations. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 902.897.6863
Email: Imillar@ns.sympatico.ca
Canadian Immigrant Integration Program (CIIP) Delivered by Colleges and Institutes Canada Services and resources Immigrants Enables prospective economic immigrants to Canada to effectively prepare to meet foreign credential requirements and achieve faster labour market integration. CIIP provides 1-day group orientation sessions, individualized counseling services, which includes the development of a “My Action Plan” and referrals to Canadian focal point partners. Services provided in Guangzhou, China; New Delhi, India; Manila, Philippines and United Kingdom. Guangzhou: Tel: +86.20.2237.2902
Email: info@ciip-accc.cn
 
New Delhi: Tel: +91.11.3061.4608 & +91.11.3061.4609
Email: info@ccip-accc.in
 
Manila: Tel: +63.2.817.0726
Email: info@ciip-accc.ph
 
UK: Email: info@ciip-accc.co.uk
Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials ToolsResourcesService Immigrants Counsellors Collects, organizes and distributes information and acts as a national clearinghouse and referral service to support the recognition and portability of Canadian and international educational and occupational qualifications. Tel: 416.962.8100 x 242
Email: n.sawh@cmec.ca
Canadian Institute for Recognizing Learning (CIRL) Tools, Resources & Services Immigrants & Counsellors Conducts training sessions for school boards, postsecondary educational institutions, professional regulatory bodies and employer, on what PLAR and Credential Assessment involve and how they can be used by organizations to maximize the skills and knowledge of newcomers to Canada and other human resources. Tel: 416.205.9494
Email: inquiries@CIRL.org
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) Resources Immigrants – Manufacturing and Exporting Information on careers and jobs in manufacturing and exporting (www.icme.ca), industry resources, competency-based qualifications and links to provincial bodies and wide-variety of organizations. Links to provincial bodies
Canadian Massage Therapist Alliance Resources Immigrant – Massage Therapists Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Canadian Midwifery Regulators Consortium Resources & Tool Immigrants – Midwifes Information on the difference between Canadian and other countries’ midwifery practices, midwifery bridging program, and readiness assessment tool. Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Canadian Nurses Association Resources Immigrants – Registered Nurses Information on becoming a registered nurse in Canada for internationally trained nurses. Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 613.237.2133
Canadian Organization of Paramedic Regulators Resources Immigrants – Paramedics Information on national exam. Links to provincial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Online inquiry form
Canadian Orientation Abroad (COA)Delivered by International Organization for Migration (IOM) Services and resources Immigrants Provides pre-departure orientation to assist individuals who have been accepted for immigration to Canada in preparing for their move to Canada and to facilitate their integration into Canadian society. Although COA provides services to all immigrant groups, its priority group is refugees. Services provided in Columbia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Syria.
Canadian Professional Accountants Canada Resources Immigrants All 40 of the accounting bodies in Canada have now either unified or are in the process of unifying under the CPA banner. The website provides links to the provincial and territorial bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Canadian Real Estate Association Resources Immigrants – Real Estate Agents Information about the industry and career opportunities. Provincial regulators establish the educational and licensing requirements for careers in the real estate industry. See provincial and/or territorial real estate councils and associations. Online Contact Form
Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) ResourcesTools Immigrants – Technologists CSMLS has a certification process in place for internationally trained General Medical Laboratory Technologists, Clinical Genetics Technologists and Diagnostic Cytology Technologists. The certification process includes preparation for the PLAR process, determining a Learning Plan for further education and writing exams to qualify as a technologist.Online resources, competency rating booklets and an assessment tool are on the CSMLS website. Tel: 905.528.8642
Email: info@csmls.org
Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council Resources Immigrants – Supply Chain and Logistics Backgrounds Resources on occupational standards, competency-based qualifications and online skills-assessment, and specific resources for newcomers. Email: info@supplychaincanada.org
Canadian Teachers’ Federation Resources Immigrants – Teachers Teachers coming to Canada and searching for employment in public schools must meet all the same basic requirements expected from qualified teachers moving within Canada. Teacher qualifications must be submitted to the provincial or territorial teacher certification body. Links to provincial bodies
Canadian Technology Immigration Network (CTIN) Resources In English & French Immigrants – Technologists CTIN is a one-stop source for career info, programs and assistance to assist entry into Canada’s technology professions. Includes info on working in Canada, on-line technical assessment, credential recognition, skills upgrading and international qualifications data base. Tel: 613.238.8123
Email: info@ctin.ca
Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) Resources Immigrants Currently conducting research and undertaking pilot projects to develop and test systems and tools for both competency-based assessment and credential recognition. Pilots include one with Canadian Immigration Integration Project (CIIP) to create a Canadian Learning Transfer System, and with the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials, where the CICIC features profiles for many unregulated occupations, including those in tourism. Tel: 613.231.6949
Email: info@cthrc.ca
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association Resources Immigrants – Veterinarians Information on the National Examining Board, North American Veterinary Licensing Exam and registration for international candidates. Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Tel: 613.231.6949
Email: info@cthrc.ca
Canadian Virtual University Resources Immigrants For individuals who plan to study in Canada in the future, students can complete online courses before arrival in Canada, and later transfer credits to a degree program at universities across Canada. Website connects to potential students to member universities are: Athabasca University, Carleton University, Laurentian University, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Mount Royal University, Royal Military College of Canada, Royal Roads University, TELUQ, l’université a distance de l’UQWAM, Thompson Rivers University, University of Manitoba and University of New Brunswick.
Chemical Institute of Canada Links Immigrants – Chemists Links to the Canadian Society for Chemistry, Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, the Canadian Society for Chemical Technology and provincial regulatory bodies.
Citizenship & immigration Canada (CIC) Pre-Arrival Resources Immigrants Canada’s number one source of information for individuals planning to come to Canada. Online information on all aspects of immigrating, life in Canada, working, studying learning English and citizenship. See CIC’s website
CLB-OSA (Online Self-Assessment) Pre-Arrival ESL Self-assessment Immigrants CLB-OSA is an online self-assessment tool for people who are interested in assessing the English as a Second Language (ESL). These tests are based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) and assess language proficiency in reading and listening. The results of the tool are unofficial. See CLB-OSA website
Comparative Education Service Credential Evaluation Service Immigrant CES is designated by Citizenship and Immigration Canada a one of organizations able to provide Educational Credential Assessments (ECA) for degree(s) earned outside of Canada. An ECA is required to apply for certain CIC as one of the immigration programs. Fees apply Tel: 416.978.2400 x 3
Email: ces.info@utoronto.ca
Engineers Canada Resources Immigrants – Engineers Information on licensure (learn how to obtain a professional engineering licence in Canada), education (compare your education to a Canadian engineering education using the “Academic Info tool”), immigration (find info about immigration), and employment (find info about working in Canada). Email: randa.dirani@engineerscanada.ca
Federation of Law Societies of Canada Resource Immigrants – Lawyer Information on the National Committee on Accreditation, how to apply for assessment, policies, forms, exams law school courses and getting a Certificate of Qualification. Links to Canada’s Law Societies. Links to law societies
Tel: 613.236.7272
Email: info@fisc.ca
Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada Resources Immigrants – Physicians and Surgeons Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. See also Medical Council of Canada. Links to provincial bodies
Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) Resources Immigrants – Trade Professionals Resources including competency assessment tool, info on pathways to Certified International Trade Professional designation, and workshops. Tel: 613.230.3553
Email: info@fitt.ca
Geoscientists Canada Online and in-person pre-arrival services Permanent residents (or immigrants) outside of Canada IRCC offers an expanded suite of pre-arrival services to help newcomers prepare for the labour market, connect to employers, and take steps towards credential recognition or licensure before they arrive in Canada. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 604.412.4888
Online contact form
Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada Resources Immigrants – Geoscientists All geoscientists – trained in Canada or abroad – must register with the regulatory body in the province or territory in which they practice. Provides links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS) Pre-Arrival Services Immigrants ISANS provides a range of online programs and services designed specifically for individuals coming to Nova Scotia. Programs and services include employment counselling, pre-employment skills development, info about how to qualify to work in your field and communication and language skills development. Register online
Immigration Québec ResourcesTools Immigrants Information about Quebec, Quebec labour market, regulated profession or trades, comparative evaluation, and training if necessary.
Information and Communications Technology Council Tool Immigrants My Career Map is a self-assessment tool and guide that maps your international experience to Canadian employers’ expectations. It allows user to determine their strengths, areas for development and ability to integrate successfully into Canadian workplace culture. Email: talent@ictc-ctic.ca
Insurance Institute Resources Immigrants – Insurance Broker Information on the Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) and Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) designations. Links to professional institutions and chapters. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 416.362.8586
Email: IICmail@insuranceinstitute.ca
International Credential Assessment Service (ICAS) of Canada Credential Evaluation Service Immigrant ICAS is designated by Citizenship and Immigration Canada as one of the organizations able to provide Educational Credential Assessments (ECA) for degree(s) earned outside of Canada. An ECA is required to apply for certain CIC immigration programs. Fees apply. Tel: 519.763.7282
Toll Free Canada: 1.800.321.6021
Email: info@icascanada.ca
Job Bank Resources & Tool Immigrants Online access to over 100,000 available jobs in Canada; explore careers by occupation, education program, wages, outlooks and skills & knowledge; and explore job market trends.
Manitoba Starts Tool & Resources Immigrants Manitoba Starts has an online Workbook intended for provincial nominee candidates. However, the Workbook would be useful for anyone destined for Manitoba. Additional online Pre-arrival Planning information, including connections to CIIP overseas offices and the ability to research occupations using the Working in Manitoba Tool, is on the Manitoba Starts website. register online for MPNP Pre-arrival Workbook
Medical Council of Canada Credential Evaluation Service Immigrants – Doctors Medical Council of Canada is designated by Citizenship and Immigration Canada as one of the organizations able to provide Educational Credential Assessments (ECA) for medical degree(s) earned outside of Canada. An ECA is required to apply for certain CIC immigration programs. Fees apply. Tel: 613.521.6012
Email: service@mcc.ca
Resources Immigrants – Doctors Provides pre- and post-arrival information on confirming that your medical degree is from a recognized medical school, taking an online self-assessment exam, submitting credentials with the Medical Council of Canada Physician Credentials Repository, the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Exam (MCCEE) and the National Assessment Collaboration Exam. See also Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada. All MCCEE candidates are required to open a www.physiciansapply.ca account. Tel: 613.521.6012
Email: service@mcc.ca
Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) Resources Immigrants – Mining Industry Resources on labour market information and links to educational institutions. One of MiHR’s key priorities is attracting, recruiting and transitioning new Canadians into the mining industry in Canada. Tel: 613.270.9696
Email: info@mihr.ca
MOSAIC Resources Immigrants Online Pre-arrival Services offers online pre-arrival job search strategies and workplace communications skills workshops. Email: prearrivalservices@mosaicbc.ca
Complete the online application form.
National Association of Canadian Optician Regulators Resources Immigrants – Opticians Information on the national examination. Links to provincial regulatory bodies. Quebec has its own assessment modalities. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 204.949.1950
Email: general@nacor.ca
National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities Resources Immigrants – Pharmacist Pharmacists’ Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists” includes information on steps to licensure, licensure requirements, practice environments, and obtaining a license. Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 613.569.9800
Email: gatewayinfo@napra.ca
National Nursing Assessment Services (NNAS) Services Immigrants – Nurses

NNAS coordinates a consistent national approach for internationally educated nurses seeking registration/licensure to practice in Canadian Jurisdictions. This includes Registered Nurse (RNs), Licensed

Online application
Nova Scotia Immigration Resources Immigrants Provides information on Choosing Nova Scotia (History and Culture, Healthy Communities and Things to Do) and Moving to Nova Scotia, which includes a “Before You Arrive Checklist” for immigrants destined to Nova Scotia. Checklist includes Assess your English, Do Some Career Research, Open a Bank Account, Find Out where You Will Live, Gather Your Documents, and Weather.
Nova Scotia Start Resources and Services Immigrants Pre-arrival immigrants destined to Nova Scotia (for applicable criteria see website) can register for Nova Scotia Start and have access to online programs and services including settlement planning, employment counseling, pre-employment skills development, communication and language skills development, and referrals to other programs and services. Contact Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)
Halifax: 902.423.3607
Bridgewater: 902.212.0492
Truro: 902.305.2759
Cape Breton 902.322.4674
or Immigration Francophone 902-433-2099
Ontario Immigration Resources Immigrants Pre-arrival immigrants destined to Ontario have access to online information on housing, health care, how to find a job, enter a profession or trade, start a business or go to school.
Pharmacists’ Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists Resources Immigrants – Pharmacist Pharmacists’ Gateway Canada for International Pharmacists” includes information on steps to licensure, licensure requirements, practice environments, and obtaining a license. Links to provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 613.569.9800
Email: gatewayinfo@napra.ca
Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada Credential Evaluation Service Immigrants – Pharmacists Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada is designated by Citizenship and Immigration Canada a one of the organizations able to provide Educational Credential Assessments (ECA) for pharmacists’ degree(s) earned outside of Canada. An ECA is required to apply for certain CIC immigration programs. Fees apply. See also National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities Email: pebcinfo@pebc.ca
Physicians Apply Services Immigrants – Physicians Online portal where International Medical Graduates can apply for exams, vies exam results, have credentials verified and apply for medical registration. Online portal
Preparing to Work in Canada Pre-Arrival Services and Resources Immigrants Pre-arrival employment information and preparation for employment in Ontario. Register
Red Seal Canada Resources Immigrants – Trades Workers Information on the Red Seal, the Foreign Qualification Program, registering and studying for exam, essential skills, labour market information, and links to provincial and territorial apprenticeship and certification authorities. Links to provincial bodies
Tel: 1.877.599.6933
Email: redseal-sceaurouge@hrsdc-rhdcc.gc.ca
Trades Info Resources Immigrants Resources specifically for trades workers, including support to build a trades portfolio, skills gap identification and investigation of trades and sector standards. Information available for each province. Email: info@tradesinfo.ca
World Education Services (WES) Credential Evaluation Service Immigrants WES is designated by Citizenship and Immigration Canada a one of the organizations able to provide Educational Credential Assessments (ECA) for degree(s) earned outside of Canada. An ECA is required to apply for certain CIC immigration programs. Fees apply. Tel: 416.972.0070
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