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We're currently working on the globeandmail.com site in order to address error messages some readers are experiencing. We are in the process of fixing this and will keep you posted. If you're having trouble with the site or have any questions, please e-mail us at websupport@globeandmail.com.

We thank you for your patience and hope to have this resolved soon.

Update: The globeandmail.com site has been stabilized in the wake of a spate of outages affecting many websites, and we continue to monitor our site in order to ensure the best experience possible for our readers.

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