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International sources abound
in new EMBASSY ROW feature


WITH THIS EDITION we're pleased to launch EMBASSY ROW/INTERNATIONAL Sources (see pages tabbed EMBASSY ROW).

This feature's birth responds to your requests.

The format is designed to provide simple access: common-usage name of the country or territory first, followed by the precise title of the chief diplomatic office. This provides the exact name by which that country wants to be referred.

Also listed are the names of the ambassador/high commissioner,the key contact person and relevant telecommunications numbers.

More data were collected than appear here. Our home database, for instance, includes many additional personnel at most embassies. For additional information call the sources hotline at (416) 964-2671.

Every effort has been made to achieve accuracy and completeness within self-imposed limits. We welcome your suggestions for improvement.

A confident launch of EMBASSY ROW comes as a result of a shared global vision and is possible through exclusive sponsorship by Canon Canada Inc.

We're especially happy to welcome Canon Canada, a company that has pioneered environmental responsibility, as Sources has.

Since 1981 Canon has profiled endangered animals through "Wildlife as Canon Sees It" advertisements in National Geographic. Among numerous material initiatives of Canon on the environmental front is the worldwide collection and recycling of toner cartridges from laser printers and personal copiers. Besides the intrinsic benign effect, Canon donates $1 for every cartridge collected, shared between World Wildlife Fund Canada and The Nature Conservancy of Canada.

Canon collected more than half a million cartridges worldwide in the first seven months of the Clean Earth Campaign.

Recycling efforts continue in all Canon's activities which include the manufacture of cameras, camcorders, copiers, computer and information systems, peripherals, image systems, medical equipment and optical products.

Thanks to embassy and high commission personnel and to External Affairs and International Trade Canada for their cooperation, and to NASA for the frontispiece photo. Special thanks to Katie Kaufman, who co-ordinated the Embassy Row feature, and to Brandi Dickman and Susan Clarks, our production team.


Published in Sources, Summer 1992


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