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The article currently appears to be well-referenced, but its title is awful and it's not integrated into related articles in Wikipedia, most notably Patent law in Canada. A better title might be to simply flip it around to "Patent law in Canada - Sufficiency of specification." PKT(alk) 16:24, 28 November 2011 (UTC)