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A REMINDER:

anon — December 1983

The Peace Calendar does not publish in January

In keeping with our policy of publishing 11 months a year, the next issue of The Peace Calendar will be our February 1984 issue.

For those who are interested, this policy was established so we can make yearly evaluations of our past performance and our requirements for further growth. Before our next issue is published, we hope to have developed our national coverage and distribution, and you can expect a bigger and better newspaper.

Our February issue will be published in mid- to late-January. For information on events planned for early January, please contact CANDIS at 736 Bathurst St., Toronto M5S 2R4, or call us at 416 xxx-xxxx.

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