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March 15th, 2005
Prime Minister stops at National Institute of Nanotechnology
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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