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March 15th, 2005
Prime Minister Paul Martin spent Tuesday in Edmonton checking out his crops.
His first stop was the National Institute of Nanotechnology, a world-leading laboratory facility on the University of Alberta campus that he seeded with federal money when he served as Jean Chretien's finance minister.
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