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Ottawa, August 3, 2006 -- New Canadian postage stamps feature duck decoys from the Canadian Museum of Nature's collection.

Ottawa, July 24, 2006 -- The Canadian Museum of Nature launches a new fundraising initiative to support public education about bird diversity and conservation in Canada.

Ottawa, May 1, 2006 -- New exhibition, Fatal Attraction, opens at the Canadian Museum of Nature.

Ottawa, April 5, 2006 -- 2005 Museums-Schools Partnership Award given to London Museum School Project in London, Ontario.

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Ottawa, March 14, 2006 -- A special exhibition about Einstein will open at the Canadian Museum of Nature in October.

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Ottawa, February 17, 2006 -- The Canadian Museum of Nature announces a $2-million contribution from Talisman Energy to support the development of a new gallery.

Ottawa, February 7, 2006 -- Canadian minerals will be shining in the spotlight at one of the world's largest gem and mineral shows, in Tucson, Arizona.



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