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Despite this very difficult pandemic year, OHFA held a number of Regional Fairs!
We have received many excellent projects and are now hosting our Virtual Provincial Fair.
We have a special 2021 Video, a scavenger hunt, and some fun activities and prizes.
We hope you will join us-online for this special event.
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Malgré une année difficile de pandémie, AFPO  a tenu un certain nombre de Fête du patrimoine régionale!
Nous avons reçu d’excellents projets et nous 
présentant maintenant notre Fête du patrimoine provinciale virtuelle.
Nous espérons que vous allez vous joindre à nous en ligne pour cet événement spécial.

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ENJOY THESE STUDENT PROJECTS FROM ACROSS ONTARIO
 
(Click on project titles to view individual student projects from 2021)
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PROVINCIAL AWARD RECIPIENTS
ONTARIO HERITAGE FAIRS ASSOCIATION FOUNDERS' AWARD

“In recognition of exceptional enthusiasm and dedication to history and heritage

AMARA
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Idle No More

The history and significance of the Idle No More movement is presented. The student speaks to the impact of Idle No More and the importance of continuing it. 

CHASE
Grade 6
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR 

The Lancaster Bomber

The Lancaster Bombers were Canadian made planes used in WWII and were an important part of Canadian aviation history.

  OWEN
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

The London Majors Baseball Team


The history of London Ontario's baseball team which was established in 1925. This project includes photos and interviews with players.

JACK
Grade 8
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

Les noms des rues a Kingston et ce qu'ils veulent dire 

Ce projet traite des noms de certaines rues de Kingston et ce qu’ils veulent dire.  (How certain Kingston streets got their names.)

DEEPIKA
Grade 6
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

Insulin and Frederick Banting   

This video explains what diabetes is and the importance of Frederick Banting's work to create insulin.  

 

 

 

 

MICHAEL
Grade 7
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

Who Were the Acadians and How Did They Shape Canada / North America

The Acadians lived in Acadia, which is now known as Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Southeastern Quebec. The Acadians were French settlers that settled in Acadia and over time formed a new identity as Acadians.

  

YIGIT
Grade 7
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

What Shaped Canadien Culture

My project tells the story of how settlers who came from France to a new land in 1608 changed over time to become a type of distinct people called “Canadiens”. My project tells the story of how the Canadiens overcame all obstacles which came in their way and created a new culture and a new dialect while never actually letting go of their French culture.

 

 ARCHIVES OF ONTARIO AWARD
"In recognition of outstanding student achievement for the best use of original records related to Ontario history"

HARRISON
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

The Correctional System
INTERVIEW VIDEO

The history of the correctional system in Ontario is presented as well as an in-depth interview with two former correctional officers. Photos of actual artifacts are included (correctional officer & inmate uniforms, food tray, gloves, etc).

 MAISEY
Grade 6
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

The Underground Railroad

The significance of codes found in letters and quilts was important to the Underground Railroad.

MADELENE
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Post War Love Story: How my Grandparents Met

This is the story of how the student's grandparents met during the war.   

 ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY AWARD
“In recognition of outstanding student achievement that includes the application of genealogic research”

QUINN
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Finnish Immigration

Student presents an overview of the life and immigration of their great-great-grandfather from Finland to Sudbury in 1928 where he worked for Inco and other mines in the area.

PAISLEY
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

The Flying Fox: One of the Best Canadian Fighter Pilots in WWII

Charles William Fox was a war hero and is cited as being the fighter pilot that shot Rommel's car.  THis project includes lots of pictures.

ERIKA
Grade 5
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

Les Filles du Roi et les deus Marie Grandin – The Daughters of King and the Two Marie Grandin

On sait qu’au moins 737 des Filles du Roi se sont mariées en Nouvelle-France. Et l’un d’eux était mon ancêtre, Marie Grndin, qui était une Fille Du Roi, c’est la raison principale pour laquelle j’ai chois ice projet.

SYDNEY
Grade 8
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR 

Halifax Explosion

The student recounts the effects of the Halifax explosion and her family's connection.  Her great great great  grandfather was injured in the explosion.

  ONTARIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY AWARD
 “In recognition of outstanding student achievement for research of Ontario’s history”

 LEAH
Grade 5
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Mon Grand Pere Le Cherminot

Life as a railway worker in Northern Ontario. The project outlines the student’s grandfather’s career as a railway worker, making trips to Northern Ontario (Moosonee) and working on constructing bridges for the trains. 

CHLOE
Grade 7
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

The Cold War

The student explains the causes and effects of the Cold War and the creation of NORAD.

ABBIGALE
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Huron Historical Gaols and the Last Canadian Public Hanging

The Huron historical Gaols was the original jail for Huron, Perth and Bruce Counties.  The student includes photos and stories.   

KYAH
Grade 8
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR   

Frederick Banting

This is a look at how Banting changes the lives of so many through his research and development of Insulin.

CAITLIN
Grade 8
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

How did Provincial and Federal Relations Evolve After Confederation

This project concerns the evolving political landscape of Canada. Britain had once ruled Canada, but in 1867, it was time to find a new political system.  

 OHS READING AND REMEMBRANCE AWARD
"In recognition of a project with a remembrance-based theme. which might include military, wartime or peacekeeping elements"

GEORGIA
Grade 7
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Peuples Autochtones: Guerre de 1812

The significant role that the Indigenous peoples played in the War of 1812 is presented in this project. Highlight of influential leaders is included (John Norton, Black Hawk, Tecumseh). 

 DEIDRE
Grade 7
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

Leo Major

Leo Major is a Canadian war hero tha fought in both WWII and the Korean War.  He won the Distinguished Conduct Medal twice

SAVANNA
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

The Importance of Victory at Vimy Ridge

The battle of Vimy of a very important strategic battle of WWI.  It was also the first time all four Canadian divisions fought together.

RYDER
Grade 5
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

The War of 1812 

I’m going to be talking about the War of 1812. I’m going to be specifically talking about how the war started, who fought the war, the impact of the war, how the war ended, and what the war was about. Hope you enjoy. 

  OHFA HISTORICAL THINKING AWARD
“In recognition of student achievement that demonstrates outstanding ability to think critically using historical thinking”

 ADDISON
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Qui sont les Docteurs Canadiens qui ont Découvertes les medicaments?

Important medical discoveries in Ontario (and Canada) during 1929-1940s. Topics include Sir Federick Banting, Dr. Wilder Bigelow, and their ongoing legacies. 

LEO
Grade 6
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

Mathematician Albert W. Tucker  

Albert W. Tucker, a Canadian Mathematician that wrote his dissertation on Game Theory.  In WWII he aided in the effort as a pre-radar and optical range finder

 OSAMA
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Fathers of Confederation: Good Guys or Bad Guys?

The Fathers of Confederation were the three conferences of the British North American Colonies.  This goes through the good and the bad acts that came from confederation.

 JESSICA
Grade 7
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR 

Residential Schools and the Mohawk Institute

Residential schools are a very important part of Canadian history. Even after twenty-five years since the last school closed, people are still trying to heal from these traumatic experiences. While we can’t change what has already happened it is important to understand the experiences of survivors so that we can learn to reconcile the past and move forward with our future. We understand that we are all human beings and that Indigenous culture is a vital part of both this country’s past and present.

GEORGIA
Grade 7
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

The First Three Canadian Astronauts in Space

This video introduces us to the first Three Canadians to go into Space; Marc Garneau, Roberta Bondar and Steve MacLean.

 

 

 

 

IAN
 Grade 8
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

The Impacts of Canadian Rebellions and Political Ideologies

This project examines the impacts of Canadian Rebellions and Political Ideologies

   

 ONTARIO WOMEN'S HISTORY NETWORK AWARD
"In recognition of a project with a primary focus on women in Canadian History"

 GRACELYN
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Quelle est l'importance de ce que Emily Murphy

History and significance of Emily Murphy, one of the famous five, in the fight for women’s rights. 

 KATIE
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Defending a Hero: Viola Desmond

This projects describes the importance of Viola Desmonds fight against segregation and racism.

  KERIA & SIENNA
Grade 7
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

La vie d’une heroine Canadienne – Laura Secord

J'ai choisi ce sujet de Laura Secord parce qu'elle était une inspiration pour les filles et garçons d'aujourd'hui.

Sa loyauté, son dévouement envers le Canada sont un excellent exemple pour les enfants d'aujourd'hui.  Son héroisme a nous aidé dans nos communautés et à travailler dur. 

  OLIVIA
Grade 7
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

Elsie MacGill

The life of Elsie MacGill became the Queen of the Hurricanes. She was an engineer that led to more than 1451 planes being built for WWII at Cancar. Elsie MacGill was a Women's Right advocate.  

ZIPPORAH
Grade 8
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

Women's Fight for Rights

Today in Canada women can do anything! But in the late 1800s women were not treated fairly. It was not considered appropriate for women to follow how they would like to act. Women couldn’t be out to travel on their own, participate in some sport activities and they had to wear long skirts or dresses. This project gets into things concerning how women pushed against male dominance.

ONTARIO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION AWARD
"In recognition of outstanding student achievement that includes the use of Ontario's libraries in the research and preparation of the project"

TEODOR
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Quelle est limportance du sirop d'érableau Canada?

The importance and economic impact of maple syrup on Canada. Student provided a bibliography with a multitude of sources for their information.

  MULTICULTURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF ONTARIO AWARD
“in recognition of excellent student achievement in research that exemplifies the diverse culture of Ontario and Canada”

KATIE
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Lake Wahnapitei

The history and formation of Lake Wahnapitei. The project outlines the logging/lumber history of the Lake. Information about the lake and it’s surrounding community is included as well as the student's own family history in the area. 

ANNIE
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

Japanese Internment Camps

This projects describes the life of Japanese Canadians during WWII.  All their belongings were sold and they were forced to live in internment camps across Canada.

MERIEM
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Bosnian Immigration to Canada

During and after the Bosian war in the nineties over 100 000 innocent Bosnian people killed, including the family members of the student.

AGATHA
Grade 5
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

Underground Railroad

The purpose of my project was to explore the Underground Railroad as it relates to Canada. It is significant because it helped people of all ages escape slavery from the United States. It was interesting to study all the undercover codes, names, and people. Doing this as my topic helped me to learn and to understand more about slavery and the history of African Americans.

NISHAT
Grade 8
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

Japanese Internment

During the summer of 1942 many Japanese Canadians were forced to either return to Japan or into internment camps.  
   

 

 

 

 

 HONTAN
Grade 8
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

What are the Significant Events and People in Early and Western Black Canadian History

My project is about the significant events and people in early and western Canadian Black History. I was inspired to study this topic because of the anti-black discrimination that has been going on which has been brought to light by the killing of George Floyd and the word wide protests which resulted from that. My project shows that Black Canadians have been in Canada since non-Indigenous peoples started to settle.

   

 OHFA INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AWARD
"in recognition of the significant impact made by indigenous people in Canadian history"

 ELLIOTT
Grade 7
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Comment Tecumseh a impacté le Canada?

The impact of Tecummseh on Canadian and Indigenous history. Project focuses on the Tecumseh’s leadership and impact.

 CALLUM
Grade 6
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

Indigenous Contributions in the War of 1812

The Indigenous contribution to Canada in the War of 1812, more specifically the important role Tecumseh played in helping the British soldiers in battle.

JESSICA
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

A Closer Look: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

   This project is an interactive powerpoint.  Each picture is a hyperlink to important information surrounding missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.  View in present mode and click on each picture.  Once you have read the information return to the presentation to choose the next image. 

EAMON
Grade 5
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

The Haudenosaunee Confederacy

Today I will talk to you about which groups there were, when they were created, what each of their names were, where they lived, wampum and wampum belts and social structure

   

GILLIAN
Grade8
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

Yellowknives Dene

   The Yellowknives are one of the 5 main Dene First Nations groups.  The project talks about the Yellowknives and the effects the Giant Mine has had on its people.

 

 

 

 

ANERIE
Grade 7
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

Is It Just a Myth?

Many Canadians know about mythical creatures like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, but they don’t know about Canada’s own First Nations’ myths. Mythology is an important part of culture and history, so to better understand Canadian heritage, I decided to do my project on Canadian mythological creatures and learn the story of Ogopogo and Sasquatch as well as different Indigenous group’s unique perspectives on them.

   

 ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD
"in recognition of student achievement in the research and preparation of a Heritage Fair Project about the history of human rights in Ontario"

 GABRIELLA
Grade 5
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Les Quintuples Dionnes

Biography of the life of the Dionne Quintuplets and how their fame and treatment impacted their lives. 

 MADELEINE
Grade 7
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

LGBTQ+ Rights in Canada

 The history LGBTQ+ Rights in Canada from Operation Soap to marriage rights.

SAREEN
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

The True Effects of Racism and Discrimination in Canada

The project talks a lot about racism and how it has and has been affecting the black muslim indeginous teens and young adults in multiple ways. 

  MIA
Grade 5
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

Sir John A. Macdonald: The Good and the Bad

This presentation is supposed to be on social issues or problems so I did mine on Sir John A Macdonald and the vandalism of the Sir John A Macdonald statue.

AMELIA
Grade 7
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

The Fight for LGBTQ Rights in Canada   

This video is about the raids on the Bath houses in Toronto in 1981.  

 

LOCAL AWARD RECIPIENTS

DSB Niagara Regional Heritage Fair

Local History Award 
or War of 1812 Award 

TABEE
Grade 6
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

The Battle of Queenston Heights

This project is about an important battle in the War of 1812 to maintain Canada's geographic position.

Black History Award or Local History Award

SALMA
Grade 6
NIAGARA REGIONAL FAIR

Slavery in Canada 

This is about the slavery movement and how "Soul Drivers" moved slaves.

Durham Regional Heritage Fair

Innovative Award of Excellence

"In recognition of using technology and/or acreative, innovative way to demonstrate student learning"

 SIVARISHI
Grade 7

DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

Samuel de Champlain

This is the life story of Samuel de Champlain and the role he took in Canada's exploration and the Fur Trade in New France.

Thinking Like an Historian:  Excellence in Historical Significance

"In recognition of the strongest application of Historical Thinking: Historical Significance"

 PENELOPE
Grade 7
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

Canadarm

The Canadarm was extremely important to the space program for Canada.  It has helped many astronauts living on the International Space Station do their jobs.

 

Thinking Like an Historian: Excellence in Cause and Consequence

"In recognition of the strongest application of Historical Thinking: Cause & Consequence"

ANNA
Grade 6
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

The Timeline of the Fur Trade

The Fur Trade was a major importance to the development of Canada becoming the country that it is today.  This project discusses the impacts of the Fur Trade.  

 

Thinking Like an Historian: Excellence in Change & Continuity

"In recognition of the strongest application of Historical Thinking: Change & Continuity"

PAULA
Grade 8
DURHAM REGIONAL FAIR

The October Crisis

The October Crisis took place when the FLQ commited very violent acts in order to push for the seperation of Quesbec from Canada.  

 Kingston Regional Heritage Fair

 Faculty of Education
Heritage Theme Award:
RESILIENCE

ISABELLA
Grade 7
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

LAURA SECORD

Laura Secord is a very important person in Canadian history,  She taught Canadians that an act of courage during difficult times can change history.

 City of Kingston
Media Award

JONATHAN
Grade 8
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

THE GROUP OF SEVEN

Many things in our everyday lives inspire art with the people we know and the nature we see.  In 1920 seven artists formed a group – the Group of Seven to be exact – also known as the Algonquin School.

 Gold Medal - 4/5/6

SHREEYA
Grade 5
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

THE CANADIAN SUFFRAGISTS:
FIGHT FOR THE VOTE 

My project this year is about women suffrage and how the women worked hard to get their vote.

I chose this topic because I was confused as why men and women were treated differently even though we are all human.

Gold Medal- 7/8

SOFIE
Grade 7
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

THE CANCER BOMB 

I believe that the cobalt-60 unit is one of Canada’s greatest medical accomplishments because it saved countless lives and opened doors to future discoveries. The cancer bomb made the impossible possible and set a new gold standard for radiation machines. It enabled treatment choices to become less limited and made radiation therapy widely available, giving low-income Canadians more access to revolutionary technology that would have been completely out of reach before.

Gold Medal - FRANCAIS

ERIKA
Grade 5
KINGSTON REGIONAL FAIR

LES FILLES DU ROI ET LES DEUX MARIE GRANDIN

On sait qu’au moins 737 des Filles du Roi se sont mariées en Nouvelle-France. Et l’un d’eux était mon ancêtre, Marie Grndin, qui était une Fille Du Roi, c’est la raison principale pour laquelle j’ai chois ice projet.

North Bay Regional Heritage Fair

 Community History Award
“In recognition of excellent student achievement in educating others regarding history deemed unique or significant to the Nipissing region.”

AMY
Grade 5
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Manitou Islands

This project outlines the history and legends of the Manitou Islands on Lake Nipissing. Current photos and anecdotes from the student’s own visits to the islands are included. 

Fine and/or Performing Arts Award
“In recognition of a project with a primary focus on Fine and/or Performing Arts in Canadian History.”

MARIA
Grade 6
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

The Life and Legacy of L.M. Montgomery 

Biography of LM Montgomery and her impact on Canadian heritage. Student included a list of notable works by the author, with a highlight on Anne of Green Gables, as well as how LM Montgomery is remembered and celebrated throughout Canada and the world. 

Natural History Award
“In recognition of excellent student achievement in educating others about Canada’s Natural History and Resources”.

SAOIRSE
Grade 7
NORTH BAY REGIONAL FAIR

Les Parcs Nationale de Canada

History of National Parks in Canada; how/when/why they were created, where they are located and their effect on Canadian history. The student provides details for the National Parks in each Canadian province.

Ottawa Regional Heritage Fair

Ottawa Catholic School Board Award / Prix du patrimoine du Conseil scolaire des écoles catholiques d'Ottawa

"This award is for a project that highlights one of the following:
A person in Canadian history who dedicated their time and energies to advocate for one or more social justice issues.
The story of a Canadian social justice movement."

ALEXIA AND IMANE
Grade 8

OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

Africville

Cette année, pendant notre cours d’histoire, notre enseignant nous a proposé d’examiner le biais implicite et les voix manquantes lorsqu’on nous présente l’histoire du Canada. Nous avons étudié quelques thèmes importants liés au racisme de nos jours. Nous avons ensuite été invitées à mener une enquête afin d’explorer un événement, une personne ou une place significative dans l’histoire du Canada, dans le but de mieux comprendre les enjeux du racisme moderne.

Friends of the Canadian War Museum Award /  Prix des Amis du Musée canadien de la guerre
 "The Friends of the Canadian War Museum is for a project which relates to a specific event or aspect of Canada's military history to the present day."

FELIX
Grade 7
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

Comparing Wolfe to Montcalm

 James Wolfe and Louis-Joseph de Montcalm were generals from the opposing sides during the Seven Years War from 1756 to 1763. Wolfe’s allegiance was towards the British and the same for Montcalm and the French. Wolfe was in service to his military from 1740 to 1759, and Montcalm was in service from 1721 to 1759. In this presentation I will be comparing the two generals’ lives and tactics. I will also be identifying their similarities and differences. 

 

Canadian Museum of History Award / Prix du Musée canadien de l’histoire
"The Canadian Museum of History Award is presented to the student or group of students whose project has earned the highest overall mark in all categories. These include the clarity and organization of the topic, its relevance to Canadian heritage, the originality of the display, the critical interpretation of research data and the historical significance of the project."

JACK
Grade 8
OTTAWA REGIONAL FAIR

How did the Second Industrial Age Change Canadian Society?

 My Heritage Fair project is called, “How Did the Second Industrial Age Change Canadian Society,” and as the title suggests, it tries to detail the changes to Canadian society caused by the Second Industrial Age. Although the Second Industrial Age lasted in Canada from the 1860s, to the 1950s, this project focuses on events transpiring from 1867, to 1905. 

Thames Valley Regional Heritage Fair

Steve Mavers Memorial Award for Arts & Culture

 This year's Thames Valley Regional Heritage Fair is dedicated to Steve Mavers, Museum London Curator of Education.  Steve passed away April 18, 2021.  Steve was a long-standing member of the Thames Valley Regional Heritage Fair Committee, who was involved in the organization, judging, and celebration of the event. 

MINJIN
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Oscar Peterson, Canadian Difference Maker in Canadian Music

This video is about Oscar Peterson and how he was a difference maker.  Oscar Peterson started playing at a young age.  He had his struggles with discrimination despiteis talent.  He believed Music was the first field to break down musical barriers. 

Geographical Significance: A sense of Place Award

MICHAELA 
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Hogan's Valley: Vancouver's First Black Community

This project describes the importance of Hogan's Alley, an East Side neightbourhood of Strathcona.  It was a  black community that  held much history in Vancouver.  

Family History Award

CHRIS
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Vietnamese "Boat People" Crisis

This project is about the Vietnamese "Boat People" Crisis.  The student had many family members that had to flee, including his father.  This documents his fathers journey to Canada.

Inquiry into the Local History Award

BELLA
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

Lockmaster's Treasure: Mr Davis and his Hidden Treasure

There is a treasure hidden near the Jone's Falls Locks in Elgin Ontario.  The treasure was hidden by the former master of the Davis Lock, Mr. Davis.  This project describes the secrets surrounding Mr Davis and his Locks.

Historical Narrative Award

PAIGE
THAMES VALLEY REGIONAL FAIR

The Plains: A Historical narrative about the Battle of the Plains of Abraham

This project has been written a journal including some drawings and pictures.  

  

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