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You should soon be receiving your February 2023 CAAR Communicator issue.  This issue is particularly important because it includes a 4-page spread with details about the 2023 CAAR Conference on February 6 to 8, 2023.  

 The magazine articles are now also available online. Don't miss: 

If some of your team members are not receiving the CAAR Communicator Magazine and you would like them to, please contact Nikeisha Paul-Hunnighan at 204-989-9313.

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