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March 10th, 2007

3M execs scouting for ways to expand in Alberta

Abstract:
The 3M team's agenda this week included meetings with Alberta Advanced Education & Technology, the Alberta Research Council and the National Institute of Nanotechnology, as well as a dinner with key customers at a downtown hotel, and a tour of Syncrude's oilsands operations.

"I think there's a great possibility we can dream of Alberta becoming a high-tech centre, or the best energy centre, or advanced materials centre, not just nanotech.

"That's what is so exciting."

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