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Canadian News Synthesis Project / Synthesis

Synthesis, the publication produced by the Canadian News Synthesis Project was published through most of the 1970s, with the last issue appearing in 1980. CNSP's voluntary, non-profit collective worked to synthesize the most important economic, political and cultural forces in Canadian society, using eleven major newspapers from across the country. Each issue presented current news coverage and was organized to show the major trends in Canada and Latin America.

Website: www.connexions.org/CxArchive/CNSP/CNSP-Index.htm

Extra Data: A physical collection of copies of Canadian News Synthesis Project is housed in the Connexions Archive in Toronto. All issues (52) have been digitized and are available online.

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