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Full depository status is granted to Canadian libraries that are nominated and approved by a Committee consisting of representatives of the National Library of Canada and the Depository Services Program. This status is granted as either English, or French, or bilingual, depending on the clientele of the library in question. Full Depository Libraries automatically receive a shipment of all publications listed for distribution by the Program in the Weekly Checklist of Canadian government publications for that week. There are forty-eight full depositories in Canada and one each in England, Germany, Japan and the United States.

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