SELLING SASKATCHEWAN: A decade of privatization

Since 2007, the Sask Party government has sold off over $1.1 billion in public assets and eliminated more than 1,200 public sector jobs – trading public good for private interests. It’s time we stand up to privatization.

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Ten years ago Sask Party leader Brad Wall said, “Crowns are not going to be privatized.” But what’s happened since then?

September 2007Ten years ago Sask Party leader Brad Wall said, “Crowns are not going to be privatized.” But what’s happened since then? » share and more...

ICYMI: In May 2008, SaskTel contracted out installation and high-speed Internet services in Saskatchewan homes to Jump.ca.

May 2008ICYMI: In May 2008, SaskTel contracted out installation and high-speed Internet services in Saskatchewan homes to Jump.ca. » share and more...

ICYMI: By July 2008, the Sask Party government sold its share of SaskFerco to a Norway-based corporation, foregoing millions in dividends.

July 2008ICYMI: By July 2008, the Sask Party government sold its share of SaskFerco to a Norway-based corporation, foregoing millions in dividends. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party’s “Saskatchewan First” policy allowed Crowns to sell off $150m+ worth of out-of-province holdings.

October 2008ICYMI: The Sask Party’s “Saskatchewan First” policy allowed Crowns to sell off $150m+ worth of out-of-province holdings. » share and more...

ICYMI: By March 2009, SaskTel had outsourced its email and conference call services to a private company outside Saskatchewan.

March 2009ICYMI: By March 2009, SaskTel had outsourced its email and conference call services to a private company outside Saskatchewan. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t released its “Patient First Review” in 2009, which advocated for greater private sector participation in SK’s health care delivery.

October 2009ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t released its “Patient First Review” in 2009, which advocated for greater private sector participation in SK’s health care delivery. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t licensed SK’s first private specialty wine stores in 2009. And the privatization of liquor continues…

October 2009ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t licensed SK’s first private specialty wine stores in 2009. And the privatization of liquor continues… » share and more...

ICYMI: In 2010, the Sask Party gov’t announced that 60% of its internal IT work had been contracted out to private, for-profit companies!

February 2010ICYMI: In 2010, the Sask Party gov’t announced that 60% of its internal IT work had been contracted out to private, for-profit companies! » share and more...

ICYMI: In 2010, the Sask Party government sold off 23 rental cabins at Greenwater Lake Provincial Park – the last publicly-owned cabins in the provincial park system!

February 2010ICYMI: In 2010, the Sask Party government sold off 23 rental cabins at Greenwater Lake Provincial Park – the last publicly-owned cabins in the provincial park system! » share and more...

ICYMI: In May 2010, the Sask Party govt announced a pilot project: a 100-bed long-term care facility to be privately built. And owned. And operated. Looked a lot like the P3 funding model.

May 2010ICYMI: In May 2010, the Sask Party govt announced a pilot project: a 100-bed long-term care facility to be privately built. And owned. And operated. Looked a lot like the P3 funding model. » share and more...

ICYMI: In June 2010, the Sask Party sold the Saskatchewan Communications Network (SCN) to Bluepoint Investment for only $350k. Two years later, Bluepoint sold SCN for *nine times* that amount.

June 2010ICYMI: In June 2010, the Sask Party sold the Saskatchewan Communications Network (SCN) to Bluepoint Investment for only $350k. Two years later, Bluepoint sold SCN for *nine times* that amount. » share and more...

ICYMI: July 2010 saw the Ministry of Health’s “Third Party Delivery Framework”—a playbook for contracting-out day surgeries and diagnostic imaging (such as MRIs) to private companies.

July 2010ICYMI: July 2010 saw the Ministry of Health’s “Third Party Delivery Framework”—a playbook for contracting-out day surgeries and diagnostic imaging (such as MRIs) to private companies. » share and more...

ICYMI: In July 2010, the Sask Party government outsourced inspections for everything from elevators to amusement park rides to a new company — one heavily influenced by industry.

July 2010ICYMI: In July 2010, the Sask Party government outsourced inspections for everything from elevators to amusement park rides to a new company — one heavily influenced by industry. » share and more...

ICYMI: In August 2010, the private Omni Surgery Centre took its first patient bookings for dental and arthroscopic knee surgery, thanks to the Sask Party’s Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative.

August 2010ICYMI: In August 2010, the private Omni Surgery Centre took its first patient bookings for dental and arthroscopic knee surgery, thanks to the Sask Party’s Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative. » share and more...

ICYMI: In October 2010, the Sask Party government contracted with the private Saskatoon Surgicentre to provide day surgeries—publicly funded, for private profit.

October 2010ICYMI: In October 2010, the Sask Party government contracted with the private Saskatoon Surgicentre to provide day surgeries—publicly funded, for private profit. » share and more...

ICYMI: October 2010 saw the Sask Party turn milk testing over to industry-run SaskMilk.

October 2010ICYMI: October 2010 saw the Sask Party turn milk testing over to industry-run SaskMilk. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Red Lily wind power project came online in Feb. 2011. Algonquin Power’s 25-year contract with SaskPower stands to earn the Ontario company $8M a year, selling power to the province.

February 2011ICYMI: The Red Lily wind power project came online in Feb. 2011. Algonquin Power’s 25-year contract with SaskPower stands to earn the Ontario company $8M a year, selling power to the province. » share and more...

ICYMI: In May 2011, Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (RQHR) began contracting out 42,500 CT scans. What’s next?

May 2011ICYMI: In May 2011, Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (RQHR) began contracting out 42,500 CT scans. What’s next? » share and more...

ICYMI: In June 2011 a private company advertised it was leasing private campsites in Cypress Hills for $30,000 each for a ten-year term!

June 2011ICYMI: In June 2011 a private company advertised it was leasing private campsites in Cypress Hills for $30,000 each for a ten-year term! » share and more...

ICYMI: We have a winner! In June 2011, Calgary’s Surgical Centres Inc. won the competition to open a private day-surgery clinic for Saskatoon and Regina.

June 2011ICYMI: We have a winner! In June 2011, Calgary’s Surgical Centres Inc. won the competition to open a private day-surgery clinic for Saskatoon and Regina. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Oct. 2011, the Spy Hill Generating Station (owned by Ontario’s Northland Power) started up. SaskPower signed a 25-year contract to buy electricity from them.

October 2011ICYMI: In Oct. 2011, the Spy Hill Generating Station (owned by Ontario’s Northland Power) started up. SaskPower signed a 25-year contract to buy electricity from them. » share and more...

ICYMI: Saskatoon’s private surgical centre, Prairieview Surgical, started taking patients in February 2012. Its three-year contract called for it to perform 7,200 day surgeries per year, allowing it to turn a profit off public health care dollars.

February 2012ICYMI: Saskatoon’s private surgical centre, Prairieview Surgical, started taking patients in February 2012. Its three-year contract called for it to perform 7,200 day surgeries per year, allowing it to turn a profit off public health care dollars. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party admitted in April 2012 that it was contracting out more and more of the Ministry of Highways’ engineering services work, and that it planned to close the province’s public engineering services labs. The work was turned over to private consultants, at a high cost — between 2009 and 2014, the Ministry’s spending on consultants rose 405%.

April 2012ICYMI: The Sask Party admitted in April 2012 that it was contracting out more and more of the Ministry of Highways’ engineering services work, and that it planned to close the province’s public engineering services labs. The work was turned over to private consultants, at a high cost — between 2009 and 2014, the Ministry’s spending on consultants rose 405%. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Oct. 2012, the Sask Party govt created a new Crown: SaskBuilds, to promote P3s—public-private partnerships—for large infrastructure projects. Over the next few years, over $3 billion in public money is committed to P3 projects, under which corporations will recieve decades of ongoing payments.

October 2012ICYMI: In Oct. 2012, the Sask Party govt created a new Crown: SaskBuilds, to promote P3s—public-private partnerships—for large infrastructure projects. Over the next few years, over $3 billion in public money is committed to P3 projects, under which corporations will recieve decades of ongoing payments. » share and more...

ICYMI: In October 2012, Texas-based ACTIVE Network got the provincial contract to automate the issuing of hunting, fishing and trapping licenses—taking Saskatchewan workers out of the picture.

October 2012ICYMI: In October 2012, Texas-based ACTIVE Network got the provincial contract to automate the issuing of hunting, fishing and trapping licenses—taking Saskatchewan workers out of the picture. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Nov. 2012, RQHR extended its private surgery contract with Surgical Centres Inc. and signed a new one with an Australia-based for-profit clinic.

November 2012ICYMI: In Nov. 2012, RQHR extended its private surgery contract with Surgical Centres Inc. and signed a new one with an Australia-based for-profit clinic. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Nov. 2012, the Sask Party privatized Saskatchewan’s registries for land titles, personal property & corporations. Revenue to the province fell from $16.2M to $7M a year.

November 2012ICYMI: In Nov. 2012, the Sask Party privatized Saskatchewan’s registries for land titles, personal property & corporations. Revenue to the province fell from $16.2M to $7M a year. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Nov. 2012, the Sask Party sold off public pasture lands to the ranchers who used them—letting them lease or buy, but with a strong nudge to purchase.

November 2012ICYMI: In Nov. 2012, the Sask Party sold off public pasture lands to the ranchers who used them—letting them lease or buy, but with a strong nudge to purchase. » share and more...

ICYMI: Last call for new public liquor stores came in Feb. 2013, when Premier Wall announced all future stores would be privately owned. He promised not to sell off existing public stores.

February 2013ICYMI: Last call for new public liquor stores came in Feb. 2013, when Premier Wall announced all future stores would be privately owned. He promised not to sell off existing public stores. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party government authorized two new private liquor stores in Regina and two more in Saskatoon in May 2013 — their first step toward mass privatizaion of public liquor stores.

May 2013ICYMI: The Sask Party government authorized two new private liquor stores in Regina and two more in Saskatoon in May 2013 — their first step toward mass privatizaion of public liquor stores. » share and more...

ICYMI: June 2013 saw SaskPower’s total use of privately-generated electricity rise to about 20%, as the North Battleford Generating Station (owned by an Ontario company) started running.

June 2013ICYMI: June 2013 saw SaskPower’s total use of privately-generated electricity rise to about 20%, as the North Battleford Generating Station (owned by an Ontario company) started running. » share and more...

ICYMI: In a June 2013 pilot project, the Sask Party replaced law enforcement at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park with private security guards—who received special constable status.

June 2013ICYMI: In a June 2013 pilot project, the Sask Party replaced law enforcement at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park with private security guards—who received special constable status. » share and more...

ICYMI: In July 2013, the Sask Party announced the new long-term care facility in Swift Current was going to be built using a P3 (public-private partnership) contract worth $108.5M.

July 2013ICYMI: In July 2013, the Sask Party announced the new long-term care facility in Swift Current was going to be built using a P3 (public-private partnership) contract worth $108.5M. » share and more...

ICYMI: The provincial government contracted with a private company in July 2013 to do photo radar enforcement in construction zones.

July 2013ICYMI: The provincial government contracted with a private company in July 2013 to do photo radar enforcement in construction zones. » share and more...

ICYMI: In October 2013, the Sask Party announced a mammoth $635M P3 contract to build nine joint Catholic/public elementary schools in Regina, Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman.

October 2013ICYMI: In October 2013, the Sask Party announced a mammoth $635M P3 contract to build nine joint Catholic/public elementary schools in Regina, Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman. » share and more...

ICYMI: In November 2013, the province sold its 25% interest in the Meadow Lake Oriented Strand Board mill for $30 million.

November 2013ICYMI: In November 2013, the province sold its 25% interest in the Meadow Lake Oriented Strand Board mill for $30 million. » share and more...

ICYMI: 350 Saskatchewan people lost their jobs as laundry services in Regina, PA, Weyburn, Yorkton and Moose Jaw were privatized to one Alberta-owned facility in Regina, in December 2013.

December 2013ICYMI: 350 Saskatchewan people lost their jobs as laundry services in Regina, PA, Weyburn, Yorkton and Moose Jaw were privatized to one Alberta-owned facility in Regina, in December 2013. » share and more...

ICYMI: In December 2013 the Sask Party handed control over livestock brand inspection to an industry-led non-profit. The livestock industry is now in charge of its own inspections.

December 2013ICYMI: In December 2013 the Sask Party handed control over livestock brand inspection to an industry-led non-profit. The livestock industry is now in charge of its own inspections. » share and more...

ICYMI: In April 2014, the Sask Party government announced they’d privatize four public liquor stores in Langenburg, Ituna, Ponteix and Kerrobert at the loss of 12 good local jobs.

April 2014ICYMI: In April 2014, the Sask Party government announced they’d privatize four public liquor stores in Langenburg, Ituna, Ponteix and Kerrobert at the loss of 12 good local jobs. » share and more...

ICYMI: In April 2014, the Sask Party announced another big P3 construction plan for a new $407M integrated mental health rehabilitation hospital & provincial correction centre in North Battleford.

April 2014ICYMI: In April 2014, the Sask Party announced another big P3 construction plan for a new $407M integrated mental health rehabilitation hospital & provincial correction centre in North Battleford. » share and more...

ICYMI: In May 2014, the Sask Party announced the big one: the $1.88B Regina Bypass would be built as a P3. A private company would manage the highway for 30 years—a Saskatchewan first.

May 2014ICYMI: In May 2014, the Sask Party announced the big one: the $1.88B Regina Bypass would be built as a P3. A private company would manage the highway for 30 years—a Saskatchewan first. » share and more...

ICYMI: In June 2014, Premier Wall considered privatizing all of the province’s public liquor stores — making it a campaign issue in the next election.

June 2014ICYMI: In June 2014, Premier Wall considered privatizing all of the province’s public liquor stores — making it a campaign issue in the next election. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Sept. 2014, Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region outsourced 5,500 MRI scans to a for-profit Alberta company, Mayfair Diagnostics.

September 2014ICYMI: In Sept. 2014, Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region outsourced 5,500 MRI scans to a for-profit Alberta company, Mayfair Diagnostics. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Nov. 2014, liquor store privatization picked up steam as the Sask Party gov’t asked citizens to consider five options—including completely selling liquor retailing and distribution.

November 2014ICYMI: In Nov. 2014, liquor store privatization picked up steam as the Sask Party gov’t asked citizens to consider five options—including completely selling liquor retailing and distribution. » share and more...

ICYMI: In April 2015, the Sask Party government announced they’d expand Social Impact Bonds—a way for private investors to invest in, and profit from, selected social programs.

April 2015ICYMI: In April 2015, the Sask Party government announced they’d expand Social Impact Bonds—a way for private investors to invest in, and profit from, selected social programs. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Morse wind farm was completed in April 2015. Owned by Ontario’s Algonquin Power, it contributes 23 MW to the 307 MW SaskPower is committed to buying from private suppliers.

April 2015ICYMI: The Morse wind farm was completed in April 2015. Owned by Ontario’s Algonquin Power, it contributes 23 MW to the 307 MW SaskPower is committed to buying from private suppliers. » share and more...

ICYMI: The provincial government privatized prison food services in August 2015. More than 60 employees lost their jobs; food quality plummeted and portions shrank; and hunger strikes by inmates ensue.

August 2015ICYMI: The provincial government privatized prison food services in August 2015. More than 60 employees lost their jobs; food quality plummeted and portions shrank; and hunger strikes by inmates ensue. » share and more...

ICYMI: 600K acres of farmland the province had leased to farmers went up for sale in Nov. 2015. In a heavy-handed move, the government discounted sale prices while sharply hiking leasing fees.

November 2015ICYMI: 600K acres of farmland the province had leased to farmers went up for sale in Nov. 2015. In a heavy-handed move, the government discounted sale prices while sharply hiking leasing fees. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Dec. 2014, the Provincial Auditor reported that spending on private consultants more than doubled from 2009 to 2014 to $210M—often without proper documentation, monitoring or evaluation

December 2014ICYMI: In Dec. 2014, the Provincial Auditor reported that spending on private consultants more than doubled from 2009 to 2014 to $210M—often without proper documentation, monitoring or evaluation » share and more...

ICYMI: With no public financial analysis, the province announced plans in Nov. 2015 to replace 40 public liquor stores with private ones, and open 12 new private stores. An independent study finds privatization will cost the province upwards of $25 million each year in lost revenue.

November 2015ICYMI: With no public financial analysis, the province announced plans in Nov. 2015 to replace 40 public liquor stores with private ones, and open 12 new private stores. An independent study finds privatization will cost the province upwards of $25 million each year in lost revenue. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Feb. 2016, the government began allowing people to pay for private MRI scans. A year later, the Auditor reported that MRI wait times actually increased after for-profit providers arrived.

February 2016ICYMI: In Feb. 2016, the government began allowing people to pay for private MRI scans. A year later, the Auditor reported that MRI wait times actually increased after for-profit providers arrived. » share and more...

ICYMI: Canadian Plasma Resources, a for-profit plasma donor clinic, opened in Saskatoon. Canadian Blood Services soon saw a decline in volunteer donors coming through their doors.

February 2016ICYMI: Canadian Plasma Resources, a for-profit plasma donor clinic, opened in Saskatoon. Canadian Blood Services soon saw a decline in volunteer donors coming through their doors. » share and more...

ICYMI: Premier Wall said in March 2016 that if re-elected, his government would modify the Crown Corporations Public Ownership Act to privatize more public liquor stores.

March 2016ICYMI: Premier Wall said in March 2016 that if re-elected, his government would modify the Crown Corporations Public Ownership Act to privatize more public liquor stores. » share and more...

ICYMI: In May 2016, after Bell’s purchase of Manitoba Telecom Services, the Sask Party gov’t commissions a risk assessment for SaskTel. They promised they won’t sell Sasktel w/o a referendum.

May 2016ICYMI: In May 2016, after Bell’s purchase of Manitoba Telecom Services, the Sask Party gov’t commissions a risk assessment for SaskTel. They promised they won’t sell Sasktel w/o a referendum. » share and more...

ICYMI: In July 2016, the minister responsible for the Saskatchewan Transportation Company said “it is safe” from privatization and maybe should even “be labelled as a utility.”

July 2016ICYMI: In July 2016, the minister responsible for the Saskatchewan Transportation Company said “it is safe” from privatization and maybe should even “be labelled as a utility.” » share and more...

ICYMI: In August 2016, Premier Wall said that if his government received a high enough offer for SaskTel, he would “take it to the people.”

August 2016ICYMI: In August 2016, Premier Wall said that if his government received a high enough offer for SaskTel, he would “take it to the people.” » share and more...

ICYMI: In Nov. 2016, the Sask Party government passed Bill 1, removing the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority from the list of Crowns protected from privatization.

November 2016ICYMI: In Nov. 2016, the Sask Party government passed Bill 1, removing the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority from the list of Crowns protected from privatization. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Nov. 2016, the Ministry of Justice laid off 14 deputy sheriffs and replaced them with unarmed security contractors. The jobs were later restored, but the contractors remained alongside them.

November 2016ICYMI: In Nov. 2016, the Ministry of Justice laid off 14 deputy sheriffs and replaced them with unarmed security contractors. The jobs were later restored, but the contractors remained alongside them. » share and more...

ICYMI: In March 2017, Premier Wall admitted voters are “not interested in the potential sale of SaskTel,” but said he’s still interested in selling a minority stake to a private buyer.

March 2017ICYMI: In March 2017, Premier Wall admitted voters are “not interested in the potential sale of SaskTel,” but said he’s still interested in selling a minority stake to a private buyer. » share and more...

ICYMI: In March 2017, the gov’t began selling off 28 of the buildings where public liquor stores used to be. Some are bought by the new private liquor retailers that replaced them.

March 2017ICYMI: In March 2017, the gov’t began selling off 28 of the buildings where public liquor stores used to be. Some are bought by the new private liquor retailers that replaced them. » share and more...

ICYMI: In March 2017, the gov’t invited companies to bid on running the Provincial Recreation Sites at Shell Lake and Chitek Lakes, including buying all the facilities.

March 2017ICYMI: In March 2017, the gov’t invited companies to bid on running the Provincial Recreation Sites at Shell Lake and Chitek Lakes, including buying all the facilities. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t announced in March 2017 it would shut down provincially-owned Executive Air and sell off its assets, using private charters instead.

March 2017ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t announced in March 2017 it would shut down provincially-owned Executive Air and sell off its assets, using private charters instead. » share and more...

ICYMI: 230 janitorial staff lost their jobs as the Sask Party government announced it would privatize cleaning services at 95 public buildings.

March 2017ICYMI: 230 janitorial staff lost their jobs as the Sask Party government announced it would privatize cleaning services at 95 public buildings. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t scrapped the Saskatchewan Hearing Aid Program in March 2017, saying residents who need hearing aid services can use private-sector companies.

March 2017ICYMI: The Sask Party gov’t scrapped the Saskatchewan Hearing Aid Program in March 2017, saying residents who need hearing aid services can use private-sector companies. » share and more...

ICYMI: The Sask Party government announced in March 2017 they’re winding down the Saskatchewan Grain Car Corporation. By July, they had selected private buyers for the 898 railcars in their fleet.

March 2017ICYMI: The Sask Party government announced in March 2017 they’re winding down the Saskatchewan Grain Car Corporation. By July, they had selected private buyers for the 898 railcars in their fleet. » share and more...

ICYMI: In March 2017, the Sask Party gov’t announced the end of the Saskatchewan Pastures Program. They’ll transfer what’s left of 780K acres of public land to private hands after the 2019 grazing season.

March 2017ICYMI: In March 2017, the Sask Party gov’t announced the end of the Saskatchewan Pastures Program. They’ll transfer what’s left of 780K acres of public land to private hands after the 2019 grazing season. » share and more...

ICYMI: In April 2017, the Sask Party gov’t passed a bill letting them sell 49% of a Crown, or wind a Crown down, without triggering legal protections against selling it off entirely.

April 2017ICYMI: In April 2017, the Sask Party gov’t passed a bill letting them sell 49% of a Crown, or wind a Crown down, without triggering legal protections against selling it off entirely. » share and more...

ICYMI: In April 2017, the SaskTel minister confirmed he raised Bill 40, a new law allowing the sale of up to 49% of a Crown, during a meeting with a leading Canadian telecom company.

April 2017ICYMI: In April 2017, the SaskTel minister confirmed he raised Bill 40, a new law allowing the sale of up to 49% of a Crown, during a meeting with a leading Canadian telecom company. » share and more...

ICYMI: By June 2017, SGI was oustsourcing 52% of its estimates to private adjustors — its highest level of contracting-out yet.

May 2017ICYMI: By June 2017, SGI was oustsourcing 52% of its estimates to private adjustors — its highest level of contracting-out yet. » share and more...

ICYMI: STC buses made their final runs in May 2017. The gov’t assured residents new private business will step up, but as of Feb. 2018, they servce only 28 communities compared to STC’s 253.

July 2017ICYMI: STC buses made their final runs in May 2017. The gov’t assured residents new private business will step up, but as of Feb. 2018, they servce only 28 communities compared to STC’s 253. » share and more...

ICYMI: In July 2017, the president of SGI told reporters the Crown had met with 16 different companies about a partial sale of the Crown insurance provider.

July 2017ICYMI: In July 2017, the president of SGI told reporters the Crown had met with 16 different companies about a partial sale of the Crown insurance provider. » share and more...

ICYMI: In Nov. 2017, the gov’t began the process to repeal the section of Bill 40 that allows up to 49% of any Crown to be sold. However, the section saying that a wind-down of a Crown is not privatization remains on the books.

November 2017ICYMI: In Nov. 2017, the gov’t began the process to repeal the section of Bill 40 that allows up to 49% of any Crown to be sold. However, the section saying that a wind-down of a Crown is not privatization remains on the books. » share and more...

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