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Canada gets International Kindle support, no longer feels inferior to Trinidad and Tobago

Joseph L. Flatley
November 17, 2009
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Good news for our Canadian brethren! While the realization that you'd been excluded from the International Kindle may have angered you, or frightened you, or engendered feelings of shame or lust, all hope is not lost! We have just got word that Amazon has added your fine nation to the list of countries it will now ship the beloved e-reader to. And if that ain't enough, a smattering of your native content is being offered, included a couple of publications that sound exotic and fanciful to American ears: The Globe and Mail and The National Post. Sound like something you'd like to get into? Yours for $250 USD (roughly $265 CDN). Hit the read link to get started.

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