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This is my first post to the list this year. I had subscribed last year
after a few months the company's mail server started bouncing messages
list and my subscription was put on hold. In any case, I changed jobs
and am now subscribed at my new address (this time in digest mode).
After writing for software companies in Toronto for several years I
MontrÃal, where I wrote manuals for a manufacturer of outdoor street
and cleaning equipment. A few weeks ago I moved to QuÃbec City to begin
for TSO3, a company regulated by Health Canada and the FDA as a Class
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