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News | 04/26/2005 4:00 am EDT

Feds launch $2.98-million critical infrastructure study
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada and Science and Engineering Research Canada will launch six studies in conjunction with various partners to study the interdependencies of Canada’s major infrastructure systems. Some of the $2.98 million it will cost to conduct the studies has been earmarked for researching communications systems, and the initiative will receive $650,000 in cash and $1 million from a variety of private- and public-sector partners including Bell Canada and TELUS Corp.

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