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Issue: July 2007                                                           IEEE Canada News Central


News of Interest

Ø      IEEE Canada Board of Directors

-     IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates
-     IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates - Bios and Position Statements

o    Robert L. Anderson

o    Om Malik

o    Hilmi M. Turanli

-     IEEE Canada Awards


Ø      Section Events

-     Sydney Mines Receives IEEE Milestone Award for First Transatlantic Telephone Cable
-     Power System Stability and Control Course
-     Distinguished Lecturer Tour November 6-8th And November 28-29th


Ø      Conferences

-     The 21st Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering -  CCECE08
-     Electrical Power Conference 2007 (EPC 2007) - "Renewable and Alternative Energy Resources"
-     2nd International Conference on Access Networks
-     2008 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS)
-     Upcoming IEEE Conferences in Canada


Ø      Awards & Recognition

-     Senior Member Upgrades


Ø      IEEE News

-     Questions Sought for President-Elect Candidates
-     IEEE Mentoring Connection™ Seeks New Members
-     Special Offer for Canadian Employers. Post Your Open Position on the IEEE Job Site Free of Charge*!
-     Employers - Post Your Summer Internship Jobs on the IEEE Job Site at No Charge!
-     IEEE Approves Six New Publications for 2008


Ø      Non-IEEE News

-     Jobs at


Ø      Obituary

-     Cyril Hopper


News of Interest

Ø     IEEE Canada Board of Directors

IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates

IEEE Canada Board of Directors has nominated the following candidates for the IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008-2009:

-          Rob Anderson

-          Om Malik

-          Hilmi Turanli

This is an election year for IEEE Canada. We encourage you to vote when you receive your ballot from IEEE.


IEEE Canada President-Elect 2008 - 2009 Candidates - Bios and Position Statements

- Robert L. Anderson (Rob Anderson)

For complete biography and position statement, please click here.




Calgary, Canada

Rob is part owner of a business and management consulting firm in Calgary, SIMMARIX Inc.  Rob is the Director of Market Development where he uses his knowledge of the energy and technology industries to seek out and develop prospective business opportunities. 

 Prior to joining SIMMARIX, Rob worked for ENMAX Corporation, the electric utility for his home city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  During his eleven-year career with ENMAX Corporation, Rob held a variety of positions in management, customer service, engineering and contracts management.


Rob Anderson - Position Statement (excerpt)

The biggest challenge facing IEEE is its membership base.  IEEE Canada must continue to explore ways to attract new membership and retain existing members. Members and non-members need to perceive a value in belonging to IEEE.  This can be achieved through the following: carry out a review of the regions current service offerings to its members to ensure they are delivered as efficiently and effectively as they can be, expand IEEE Canada ties with other technical and non technical societies, and perhaps reviewing of existing affiliations to better benefit IEEE.  Finally, the region needs to strengthen it ties with other IEEE entities (sections, chapters and technical societies) by co-sponsoring or developing activities at the local level. 


- Om Malik


For complete biography and position statement, please click here.


NDEE, Delhi Polytechnic, India, 1952;

M.E., University of Roorkee, India, 1962;

Ph.D., University of London, U.K., 1965;

DIC, Imperial College, London, U.K., 1965.
Punjab State Electricity Board, India, Engineer, 1953-61;

University of Windsor, Canada, Assistant Professor, 1966-68;

University of Calgary, Canada, Professor, 1968-97;

Professor Emeritus, 1997 -.

Factual Summary of Past Service to the IEEE: M’1966-SM’1969-F’1987-LF’2000


RAB Student Activities Committee, Member, 1978-80; Fellows Committee, Member, 1998-2001; Member Conduct Committee Hearing Panel, Member, 2000-02, 2004-06; Life Members Committee, Member, 2002-07; Chair, 2004-05.


Centennial Medal, 1984; Millennium Medal, 2000; Region 7; General AGL McNaughton Medal, 2001; WCC Merit Award, 1986; Power Engineering Society Recognized as Significant Reviewer, 2006. 


Om Malik - POSITION STATEMENT (excerpt)

As Region Director, my primary goals will be to:

- run programs in the most efficient and cost effective way so as to deliver quality

  and value.

- facilitate efforts at all levels in the Region to encourage growth in membership.

- encourage closer relationship between Sections, Chapters and their student

  branches for increased retention of graduating student members.

- become more responsive to the needs of the our diverse membership.

- improve existing services and introduce new programs which will benefit our


- emphasize the needs of our unique situation as one country Region.


- Hilmi M. Turanli

For complete biography and position statement, please click here.


Hilmi received his B. Sc. and M. Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey in 1976 and 1980. He earned his Ph. D. degree from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1984.

In 1986, Dr. Turanli started working for Manitoba Hydro as a Computer Applications Engineer, and later as an HVDC Planning Engineer for a number of years. His current industry position is Interconnections and Grid Supply Studies Engineer at Manitoba Hydro, which is a large power utility in Canada exporting power to other provinces and the mid-west United States. Hilmi has over 20 years of industry background including engineering and capital project planning experience. His extensive experience in teaching at universities and consulting to industry have given him the opportunity to solve some of the complex challenges of modern business.

In 1999, he was appointed as an Adjunct Professor at the Department of  Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Manitoba. His research interests involve the digital simulation of power electronics circuits, HVDC transmission, and power system planning.


Dr. Turanli is a Professional Engineer registered in the Province of Manitoba. He has been actively involved with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba (APEGM).

RAB (Regional Activities Board), 2006-07; RAB Vice Chair – Member Activities, 2006-07; RAB Enterprise Engineering Project AdHoc Committee, 2006; RAB FinCom (Finance Committee), 2006-07; RAB ARC (Awards Recognitions Committee), 2006-07; RAB MDC (Membership Development Committee), 2006-07; Tellers Committee, 2007 (withdrawn for

election), RAB FinCom, Corresponding Member, 1999-2003.

AWARDS: Section Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Growth of the IEEE Winnipeg Section, 2000; Fellow, Engineering Institute of Canada, 2001; Edward F. Glass Merit Award, IEEE Canada, 2006.


Hilmi M. Turanli - POSITION STATEMENT (excerpt)

My objectives include:

• Exposing a broader range of IEEE resources including technical, professional and

   soft skills to our Sections and Members.

• Getting more members active in Chapters, Sections and the Region.

• Exploring other avenues, such as advertising, job sites, on line courses and IEEE

  TV to serve our members better.

• Developing increased recognition of Section leaders and volunteers.



IEEE Canada Awards


IEEE Canada Awards were presented at the IEEE Canada Awards Banquet held in conjunction with the annual conference in Vancouver, April 2007 - complete brochure
- Achievement Awards
   McNaughton Gold Medal - Dr. Raymond D. Findlay -
   Fessenden (Telecommunications) Medal - Dr. Vijay Bhargava - details
   Power Medal - Dr. Herman W. Dommel - details * new in 2007
   Computer Medal - Dr. Nicolas D. Georganas - details * new in 2007
   Outstanding Engineer Award - Dr. Barna Szabados - details
   Outstanding Engineering Educator Award - Dr. David V. Plant - details
- Service Awards
   W.S. Read Outstanding Service Award - Celia Desmond -
   Eastern Canada Merit Award - Dominic Rivard - details
   Central Canada Merit Award - Vilayil I. John - details
   Western Canada Merit Award - Denard Lynch - details
- Other Awards
  IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award - Dr. Md Azizur Rahman -





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Ø     Section Events


The Vancouver Sydney Mines Receives IEEE Milestone Award for First Transatlantic Telephone Cable

Sydney Mines has received the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Milestone Award in recognition of the technical breakthrough it achieved in participating in the first transatlantic telephone cable (TAT-1).


At the official award presentation ceremony which took place on Wednesday, May 30, presentations were given by IEEE Historian Jerry Hayes, IEEE Past President Wally Read, and IEEE Region 7 (Canada) Director-Elect Ferial El-Hawary. Speeches were made by the Deputy Mayor, Mr. Gordon MacLeod representing His Worship, John Morgan, Mayor of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Clarence Prince, Councillor for Sydney Mines, and Mr. David McRury, Executive Assistant to the Honorable Mark Eyking, Member of Parliament for Sydney-Victoria..


The presentation ceremony took place at the Sydney Mines Heritage Museum, and was followed by a reception at the Cape Breton University's Multi-Purpose Room. Both of these historic events were open to the public and were attended by more than 40 individuals from the Sydney area..



IEEE Milestone Award

Eligible IEEE Milestones must be significant achievements at least 25 years old involving a unique solution to an engineering problem and must have had a major regional impact at least. Since the program was established in 1983, the IEEE has awarded only 60 Milestones, although it has received applications from around the world.


The First Submarine Transatlantic Telephone Cable System (TAT-1), 1956


Engineers constructing cable repeaters for TAT1 in air conditioned and dust free rooms.

Picture: BT Heritage












Bringing the cable ashore at Clarenville, Canada.

Picture: BT Heritage












Global telephone communications began on September 25, 1956, when the first transatlantic telephone system, TAT-1 went into service.  TAT-1 was a great technological achievement, made possible through the efforts of engineers from AT&T Bell Laboratories and BPO. It  provided unparalleled reliability with fragile components in hostile environments. Engineers of the BPO, using their experience in subsea communications, developed the specific portion of TAT-1 between Clarenville, Newfoundland and Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia in this laboratory.


Power System Stability and Control Course


The IEEE PES/IAS Southern Alberta Section is proud to present Power System Stability and Control Course with Dr. Prabha Kundur at the University of Calgary August 21-24, 2007. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of power system stability and control problems including:

*           Basic concepts;

*           Physical aspects of the phenomena;

*           Methods of analysis;

*           Examples of incidents of system instability;

*           Challenges to the secure operation of present-day power systems;

*           Comprehensive approach to enhancing system security


Dr. Kundur has a long record of service and leadership in the IEEE. He has chaired numerous committees and working groups of the IEEE Power Engineering Society, and was elected a Fellow of the IEEE in 1985. He is the immediate past-chairman of the IEEE Power System Dynamic Performance Committee, and is currently the PES Vice-President for Education/Industry Relations. He is the recipient of several IEEE awards, including the Nikola Tesla Award in 1997 and the Charles Concordia Power System Engineering Award in 2005.


Course Fee:

IEEE Member - $1,590 (includes GST)

Non-IEEE Member - $2,120 (includes GST)


To register, please mail a cheque (payable to: IEEE Southern Alberta

Section)  to the following address:



C/O Shamir S. Ladhani

ENMAX Power Corporation

141 - 50 Avenue SE. Calgary, Alberta. T2G-4S7


Please include your IEEE Membership number, e-mail address, and daytime

phone number.




Prepared by: Dawn Nedohin-Macek, P. ENG.

Past Winnipeg Section Chair

IEEE Winnipeg Section


During the fall of 2006, the Winnipeg Section Chair, Dawn Nedohin-Macek coordinated with the Western Area chair, Dave Kemp, and Western Area Section Chairs to bring Dr. Michael Neuman on a cross Canada tour. Janet Wheatley, of the Winnipeg Section provided assistance coordinating the finances.


Dr. Michael Neuman is a Distinguished Lecturer from the Engineers in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS). His lecture, “Miniature Biomedical Sensors: An Emergent technology for Biomedical Research”, introduced examples of miniature biomedical sensors developed by Dr. Neuman, his students and colleagues. He discussed how they function in biologic environments and examine the biologic and engineering issues encountered in their use.


Dr. Neuman received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. Degrees in Electrical Engineering from Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland, Ohio in 1961, 1963 and 1966 respectively. In 1974 he was also awarded the M.D. Degree from Case Western Reserve University. He has served as guest professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the University of Zurich, Switzerland in 1980 and was the Lilly Visiting Professor at the Engineering Research Center for Emerging Cardiovascular Technologies at Duke University in 1990. Currently, Dr. Neuman is the Department Chair of the Biomedical Engineering Faculty at Michigan Tech.

His research includes physiological measurements, perinatal medicine, and the

development and use of miniature sensors and instrumentation for use in clinical

medicine and life science research. His work in biotelemetry led him to become the

President of the International Society on Biotelemetry from 1984-1988. He also served as editor in chief of the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering for over seven years and several biomedical engineering journals.


The tour was scheduled to make stops in six western Canadian cities over two separate weeks. This included Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Regina on November 6, 7, and 8 respectively and Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria on November 27, 28 and 29 respectively. Due to weather, the trip to Victoria was cancelled and Dr. Neuman

returned home early.


Dr. Neuman’s trip to Winnipeg to visit the Winnipeg Section included a luncheon with professors and IEEE Winnipeg Section executive, a tour of the biomedical facilities and nanofabrication laboratories and a presentation to 29 student EMBS members and students at the University of Manitoba. He then gave a presentation to 59 IEEE members and guests.


Dr. Neuman then traveled to Saskatoon to visit the North Saskatchewan Section. His presentation was well received by 33 IEEE members and 19 guests.

Dr. Neuman then traveled to Regina to visit the South Saskatchewan Section by rented car. His reception there was during a luncheon and was received by 10 IEEE members and 20 guests at the University of Regina.


The second half of Dr. Neuman’s cross Canada tour started in Calgary, where he visited the Southern Alberta section. His presentation there was well received by xx attendees.


Dr. Neuman then traveled on to Vancouver to present at the University of British

Columbia. During a particularly cold storm (-30C!) he visited Dr. Ranggayyan at the

University of Calgary, went out for dinner, and then presented to 25 people. Many

people left early because of the bad weather, but there were many interesting questions posed to him after the event.


Due to a severe winter storm, Dr. Neuman was not able to travel on to Victoria, and

instead returned home.


We were able to coordinate the event with local EMBS chapters and student chapters in Winnipeg and Vancouver, and funding was provided by the Canadian Western Area and EMBS.



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Ø     Conferences


The 21st Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering – CCECE08

Niagara Falls, Ontario

May 4 - 7, 2008


The 2008 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE 2008) will be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada from May 4-7, 2008. CCECE 2008 provides a forum for the presentation of electrical and computer engineering research and development from Canada and around the world.


Conference Chair is Dr. Sri Krishnan; Technical Program Chairs are Dr. Alagan Anpalagan and Dr. Bob Dony.


There will be eight mini symposia and papers are invited, in French or English.



Electrical Power Conference 2007 (EPC 2007) - "Renewable and Alternative Energy Resources"

This conference will take place on Oct. 25 – 26 in Montreal, Quebec. The conference is organized and sponsored by IEEE Canada, IEEE Montreal Section and IEEE Ottawa Section. Call for papers has been issued. Topics of interest to the conference include the following:


  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Ethanol
  • Hydrogen
  • Bio-thermal
  • Small Hydro
  • Fuel Cells
  • Wave & Tidal Power


  • Energy Storage
  • Smart Networks
  • Smart Networks Reliability
  • Smart Networks Protection
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Conservation
  • Technology Trends
  • Clean & Renewable Energy Markets

General Conference Chair is Dr. Vijay Sood

For more information please visit:



2nd International Conference on Access Networks

 August 22-24, 2007
Ottawa Marriott Hotel, 100 Kent St., Ottawa


The aim of the annual International Conference on Access Networks (AccessNets) is to provide a forum that brings together scientists and researchers from academia as well as managers and engineers from the industry and government organizations to meet and exchange ideas and recent work on all aspects of access networks and how they integrate with their in-home counterparts. Details:


2008 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS)

The 2008 International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) will be held in Fredericton, New Brunswick, June 26 - 28, 2008.


ISTAS is the annual symposium of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology.


The scope of ISTAS 08 will include research on:
    - How citizens, groups and communities are or could be linked with information
      and communication technologies (ICT);
    - Designing and developing ICT with and for citizens, groups and communities.
      ISTAS 08 will be a multi-disciplinary event for researchers in engineering,
      computer science, social sciences, arts and humanities; as well as community-
      based researchers, policy makers and technology user communities.

For the call for papers and further information, visit

Upcoming IEEE Conferences in Canada

 All IEEE Conferences in Canada - please use this link.




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Ø     Awards & Recognition

Senior Member Upgrades

The following members were upgraded to Senior Member status at the May 2007 IEEE Admission and Advancement Panel meeting.


Hamilton Section



Hamilton Section



Montreal Section



Montreal Section


Al Qutaish

New Brunswick Section



Ottawa Section



Southern Alberta Section



Toronto Section



Vancouver Section



Vancouver Section

Ki Cheong


Vancouver Section



Vancouver Section



Vancouver Section



Vancouver Section



Vancouver Section



Vancouver Section







- To check on the status of Senior Member applications:

- For the Nominate a Senior Member Initiative:

- To check how your Region, Section or Society is doing on Senior Member

   elevations and nominations:


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Ø     IEEE News

Questions Sought for President-Elect Candidates

If you have a question about an IEEE issue that you would like to ask the IEEE President-Elect candidates, send it to <>. Answers by Marc Apter, Pedro Ray, and John Vig to selected questions will be broadcast on the IEEE Election Web site at during the voting period, which runs from 1st September through 1st November


IEEE Mentoring Connection™ Seeks New Members


The IEEE Mentoring Connection is seeking additional "online" mentors to help guide younger professionals in career planning and professional development.


IEEE is offering its members the opportunity to participate in an online program which will facilitate the matching of IEEE members for the purpose of establishing a mentoring partnership. By volunteering as a mentor, individuals use their career and life experiences to help other IEEE members in their professional development. As a mentee, you lead your partnership by selecting your mentoring partner from among those who have volunteered to serve in this capacity. We ask that you review the time and effort commitment to the program to ensure a successful mentoring partnership.


IEEE has partnered with The Training Connection, a vendor that has developed a web-based mentoring program to facilitate the matching process. Participation in the program is voluntary and open to all IEEE members above the grade of Student Member.


More information:




Special Offer for Canadian Employers Post Your Open Position on the IEEE Job Site Free of Charge*!

The IEEE Job Site connects you with senior-level managers, top engineers and technology experts in every sector - the leaders shaping innovation and business. Make job offers to these top-notch candidates before your competitors know about them - free of charge*!

The IEEE Job Site:

·         Focuses on a potential audience of more than 2,000,000 engineers, tech professionals and senior-level managers worldwide

·         Delivers your postings instantly to registered IEEE members

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·          Provides resumes matched to your needs quickly and cost-effectively

Join the hiring managers at more than 3,000 leading corporations - in fields ranging from ASIC design to aerospace and defense system development - that use the IEEE Job Site -

If you have any questions, e-mail at
*One free post per company referred by an IEEE Member


IEEE Approves Six New Publications for 2008

IEEE has approved six new publications for 2008. The list of new journal titles, which offer an exciting array of information on a wide variety of engineering and computer science topics, include "IEEE Transactions on Haptics", "IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies", "IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing", "IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering", "IEEE Transactions on Services Computing", and "IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine".


More information about these new publications will be available soon.



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Ø     Non-IEEE News

Updated materials from the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers will be published in August.




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Ø     Obituary

Winnipeg Free Press

CYRIL HOPPER (published on June 12, 2007)



CYRIL HOPPER Survivor of H.M.C.S. Weyburn The Hopper family sadly announces the passing of their dearly loved husband, father, grandfather and brother at Fred Douglas Personal Care Home, June 10, 2007. Cy, aged 87, predeceased by father Albert and mother Adelaide Hopper; brothers, Albert and David, and sister Evelyn, will be dearly missed by his wife of 58 years, Rosalie; sons, Jim, Bill and Gordon (Wanda); grandsons, Benjamin and Jody, and granddaughter Jessie; sister Peggy (Harold) Colburn, and numerous nieces and nephews.


Cy was born November 16, 1919 in Winnipeg and after his marriage in 1949, lived in East Kildonan until moving to Fred Douglas in 2004. He joined the Manitoba Telephone System in 1948, enjoying his work as a radio installer in Northern Manitoba, and a team leader in microwave site selection across Manitoba. He retired in 1981. Cy served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1940 to 1945. His knowledge of Morse Code enabled him to serve as Petty Officer leading telegrapher on the H.M.C.S. Weyburn, from her maiden voyage until her loss outside of Gibraltar in 1943. H.M.C.S. Loch Morlich served as Cy's home until his return to Canada in 1945. Cy enjoyed the outdoors, taking up camping as a young boy and later sharing his love of nature with his wife and sons. The family spent many happy summers in their cottage on Long Pine Lake at Ingolf, Ontario. Cy enjoyed skiing, canoeing, back-packing in the Canadian Rockies and Hawaii, and cycling in France. The family wishes to thank the staff at Fred Douglas for their compassionate care and understanding during Cy's final years.


A memorial service will be held June 13, 1:00 p.m. at Immanuel United Church, Kimberley and Golspie Avenue, with Nancy Saunders officiating. Reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Winnipeg Humane Society or Fred Douglas Personal Care Home. Thanks for the loving years you gave us The happy times we shared We all pray that when you left us You knew how much we cared. Our family chain is broken And nothing seems the same But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again.


CYRIL HOPPER was Chair of the IEEE Winnipeg Section 1957/8






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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events – Edmonton


Upcoming Events – Montréal

International Symposium on Signals, Systems, and Electronics  

(ISSSE 2007)

July 30 - August 2, 2007

Montréal, Québec, Canada

ICIAR 2007: International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition - (non-IEEE event)

August 22-24, 2007

Montréal, Québec, Canada

Electrical Power Conference 2007 (EPC 2007) - "Renewable and Alternative

Energy Resources"

October 25 – 26, 2007

Montreal, Quebec


2007 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics


October 7-10, 2007

Montreal, Quebec                    



October 11-12, 2007

Montreal, Quebec



Upcoming Events – Fredericton, New Brunswick


IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS 08)

June 26 - 28, 2008, Fredericton, New Brunswick



Upcoming Events – Ottawa


2nd International Conference on Access Networks

August 22-24, 2007
Ottawa Marriott Hotel, 100 Kent St., Ottawa
, Ontario


41st IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology

October 8-11, 2007
, Ontario


20th International Teletraffic Congress (ITC-20) - (non-IEEE event)

June 17-21,2007
Ottawa, Ontario



Upcoming Events – Toronto

The 21st Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering - CCECE08

May 4 - 7, 2008,
Niagara Falls, Ontario



Upcoming Events – Vancouver


2007 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers, and Signal Processing

August 22-24, 2007

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada          


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Newfoundland and Labrador

New Brunswick

Northern Canada


Southern Alberta





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