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Stéphane Dion at a scrum at the House of Commons in Ottawa.

The institutions of Parliament and their setting form a whole. Together, they represent a melding of contemporary Canadian democracy, with the culture, heritage and history of our people. It is understandable that Canadians and Parliamentarians would want a comprehensive approach to preserving the Parliamentary Precinct.

Produced by Jean-Pierre Lavoie, www.photojpl.com

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送信日: 24/04/2009
更新日: 25/09/2014
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