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Website roundup

Quebec-based tomato company Savoura has constructed a new website at <>. The site, developed by Lg2 of Montreal, contains information about the company, varieties of tomatoes available, as well as recipes.

Ottawa-based Engineers Canada has launched a new website aimed at engineering graduates from other countries who have relocated to Canada. The site, located at <>, is intended to be a source of information for international engineering graduated looking to become licensed engineers in Canada. It was constructed with funding from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The site also offers advice on finding employment, integrating into the Canadian engineering profession, the immigration process and adapting to Canadian culture. The site also offers a tool with with visitors can compare their academic credentials to those issued by Canadian schools. "In so many cases, people don't know what they're actually getting into when they come here," said Kate MacLachlan, director of academic review for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan. "With this site, we're looking to make sure international engineering graduates are as prepared as possible." Engineers Canada is a national organization representing the 12 provincial and territorial associations that regulate the practice of engineering in Canada.

Montreal-based Médicus Orthopedic Laboratory has debuted a new website at <>. The site allows Quebec consumers to book appointments with the company and access their personal files. The company operates 13 branches in Quebec and 55 external clinics.

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