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  • Cereality Cereal Bar & Café - which sells 30 different cereal varieties, 30 different toppings, a variety of milks (including soy) and choices of hot and cold beverages – announced that it plans to open 10 new stores in 2005, building on its success with a single unit in Philadelphia. The company also has hired Tim Casey, former vice president of operations at Starbucks, to be its COO.

  • The Canadian government is considering legislation that would require non-Canadian citizens to visit the country and see a Canadian doctor before being allowed to get a prescription filled in Canada. Drug availability in Canada has been threatened by US citizens ordering from Canadian pharmacies to take advantage of lower drug costs.

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