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Subject: [Q-R] CENSUS 1901
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 17:25:11 EST
I believe we can all help. This is of great importance to all doing
family research. And maybe some from this list would like to know what is
on. I did included the list name this time because I forgot, but will post in
letter. One more to follow. As Always Connie Goodwin
Genetically Inherited Diseases (G.I.D.) information could be of great
importance toward release of our Canadian history, the 1911 and further
Genetically Inherited Diseases have caused much heartache in many
families, as they have in mine, both past and present. Diseases
have been inherited from both paternal and maternal families, have
been well-researched and documented. With awareness and research, it
is hoped the future will be free of G.I.D. history.
By combining our personal stories, an extremely powerful and varied
submission could be sent to the Expert Panel, appointed by the Hon.
John Manley. The Panel was appointed to study release of Post-1901
census records, and has been requesting submissions and letters.
A Genetically Inherited Disease, in my opinion, is one that shows up
in more than one or two generations, not necessarily successive.
An invitation is extended to send your G.I.D. information, with name
and address. The memos will be combined into one LONG submission.
Let's allow 14 days from now -- with a possible receipt by the Panel
March 31, 2000. Many have sent this type of information to Senator
Lorna Milne -- I hope to hear from you again.
Muriel M. Davidson <>
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