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2011 Releases Pertaining to Canada

-10/31/11  Deputy Secretary Thomas Nides' Travel to Canada November 1-2; Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-08/26/11  Final Environmental Impact Statement; Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-08/26/11  Keystone XL Final Environmental Impact Statement Released; Public Meetings Set; Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-08/26/11  Proposed Keystone XL Project Final Environmental Impact Statement and Details on the Upcoming Public Meetings;  Assistant Secretary Kerri-Ann Jones, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; Via Teleconference; Washington, DC
-08/24/11  Passing of New Democratic Party Leader Jack Layton; Department Spokesperson Victoria Nuland, Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-08/04/11  Remarks With Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird After Their Meeting;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Treaty Room; Washington, DC
-06/30/11  Canada Day;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Washington, DC
-05/11/11  Remarks at the 41st Washington Conference on the Americas;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Loy Henderson Auditorium; Washington, DC Also available in Spanish
-05/09/11  North American Amendment Proposal to Phase Down Use of HFCs under the Montreal Protocol; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-04/15/11  State Department Releases Keystone XL Pipeline Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-03/15/11  State Department Announces Next Steps in Keystone XL Pipeline Permit Process; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-03/14/11  United States and Canada Mark 20th Anniversary of Air Quality Agreement; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC


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