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Health Canada News Digest for January 2007

  1. Government of Canada Announces Funding for Community Initiatives Working to Reduce Illicit Drug Use
  2. The Government of Canada Releases Data Showing the Trans Fats Levels in Foods
  3. Minister Clement Thanks Chalk River Staff For Quick, Safe Restart of Research Reactor
  4. Government of Canada awards Alberta's Health and Wellness $536,000 to develop Off-shore Nursing Assessments
  5. Prime Minister Harper announces Canada's new Food and Consumer Safety Action Plan 6. Government Emergency Legislation Swiftly Ends Medical Isotope Crisis
  6. Statement from the Federal Minister of Health and Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians regarding Motion 296, Jordan's Principle
  7. Statement by the Honourable Gary Lunn, Minister of Natural Resources and the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health
  8. Canada Leading by Example - Baird Announces New Funding for Adaptation on Climate Change
  9. Statement - Uranium Concentrations in Port Hope, Ontario

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