Hi Katherine: I'm the other editor of this article for INF1001. I thought your new section was an excellent contribution to this wiki. I wanted to get your opinion on the changes I made to the main content of MITA, and my section on Bill 416, 285. What do you think? Did you get a chance to see the article before it was changed? Thanks! Nikasho (talk) 13:37, 26 October 2011 (UTC)
Hi again, wow where did you find all of those stats? I can bet you a lot of those view were from myself (if you looking at total page views). I think you did a really good job synthesizing the last instance of when MITA appeared as government bills C-50, c-51, c-52 and presenting the continued uncertain future of this bill with the current government. The only suggestion I have is perhaps to comment on if any additonal issues/concerns have been brought up with the newest versions of the MITA bill. Otherwise I think both our sections really complemented one another and help to give a full chronology of MITA. Nikasho (talk) 05:19, 30 October 2011 (UTC)
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