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I had changed the article name to Department of Justice Canada from Department of Justice (Canada). However, seeing some discussion about it from a year ago I decided to change it back for safe. Still, I'm curious what is the reason for naming it "Department of Justice" over "Departement of Justice Canada"? I've read a number of more recent documents by and about the department of justice and they all refer to it as "Department of Justice Canada". It appears to be a frequently used title. Any insight, anyone? --PullUpYourSocks 23:39, 10 August 2006 (UTC)