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2002
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Elvis Presley and World Trade Center Make Sympatico-Lycos Weekly Top 10 Results
(TORONTO, Ontario) – August 21, 2002. On-line Canadians went surfing this past week to worship the King himself, Elvis Presley, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of his death. Fans from around Canada searched for Elvis (making the number-one spot), Lisa-Marie Presley (number five) and Graceland at number seven, proving that Elvis is still alive in the hearts of on-line Canadians.
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Crop Circles and Anna Nicole Smith Make Sympatico-Lycos Weekly Top 10 Results

(TORONTO, Ontario) – August 14 , 2002. On the weekly Sympatico-Lycos Top 10, Anna Nicole Smith takes the number-one spot this week as she attempts to re-new her stardom with her own reality television series.
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Workopolis and Ontario Hospital Association Enter Strategic Alliance to Bring Electronic Recruiting to Ontario Hospitals

TORONTO – Workopolis, Canada’s leading provider of recruitment and job search solutions, has become an exclusive on-line recruitment partner with the Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) in order to meet the recruitment challenges facing the health care sector.
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Final ratings are in�
Soccer fans devoted to TSN’s World Cup coverage
TSN.ca draws 9 million page views in June
TORONTO, ON – July 8, 2002 – From the first kick to the final goal, TSN’s extensive coverage of the 2002 FIFA World Cup was a success with viewers, drawing an average audience per game of 289,000.
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Canadians Comfortable with Current Immigration Levels but Unaware of Canada’s Ethnic Make-up According to CTV.ca Poll
Toronto, ON – July 1, 2002 – As befits a country that was built on immigration, Canadians surveyed in a poll by CTV.ca, the companion Web site for CTV, are comfortable with current levels of immigration to Canada. However, the survey also revealed that Canadians are unaware of the ethnic make-up overall.
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Globeandmail.com and Micromedia ProQuest Bring Over 150 Years of History to Market with “Canada’s Heritage From 1844”
Toronto, Ontario – June 18, 2002 – Globeandmail.com and Micromedia ProQuest announced today they have reached an agreement to bring to market “Canada’s Heritage From 1844”, the most extensive newspaper archive in Canada. The archived product is a digitized full-image version of the complete works of The Globe and Mail newspaper since its inception as The Globe in 1844. It will be available on a subscription basis and targeted at the educational and public library markets.
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GlobeinvestorGOLD.com Diversifies its Portfolio
New features provide increased investing insight

(TORONTO, ON) – June 4, 2002. GlobeinvestorGOLD.com, the gold standard in financial information and services for Canadian investors, today announced a series of enhancements as part of its on-going strategy to continuously offer new and innovative financial tools and content.
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Bell Globemedia Interactive and Free Impressions Inc. Announce Strategic Alliance

(Toronto, Ontario) – May 14, 2002. Bell Globemedia Interactive, which owns the leading suite of Canadian Internet properties, today announced a partnership with Free Impressions Inc., (www.freeimpressions.net) a Toronto-based consulting firm that designs, implements and manages new media campaigns for non-profit organizations.
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Exclusive, Interactive Exhibit on EXN.ca Brings the Chimps of Gombe to Life On-Line

(TORONTO, Ontario) May 6, 2002 — EXN.ca (The Exploration Network), Canada’s authoritative Internet source for science, technology, nature and adventure information, is host to an exclusive on-line exhibit featuring Jane Goodall and the world-famous chimpanzees of Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania at www.exn.ca/Gombe .
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Turning the Tax Paying Duty into a Tax Planning Strategy

(Toronto, ON) – April 10, 2002. With the April 30th income tax filing deadline advancing rapidly, many Canadians are gritting their teeth at the prospect of preparing their return.
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