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General inquiries & correspondence can be sent to the author and Webmaster of this site; Ben Joseph - benj@forensics.ca

When is Forensics.ca Web site updated? 
Forensics.ca is committed to providing up-to-the-minute news and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The day's news is posted beginning at 8 a.m. (EST) and at times is updated as news happens. Every time an article
is added to Forensics.ca, the posting time is recorded. If you are a scientist/journalist interested in writing an article,
please see below.

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If you are interested in re-using Forensics.ca material in print or on the web for any purpose, you should email
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doing it, as we like to keep track of return links to our site.

So tell me more about The Forensic Science Portal; Forensics.ca What's the circulation / hits? 
Forensics.ca is a portal website for everyone, both young & old, amateur & professional who's interests lie in the field
of Forensic Science. Forensics.ca currently has roughly 4000 worldwide hits a day. If you want more specific details on
Forensics.ca statistics please email the author and webmaster of this website; Ben Joseph - benj@forensics.ca

How do I find an article that previously appeared in the news centre section of this website? 
The articles that are published online are archived and searchable for free from the site search box in the top blue
navigation area of news centre section. Every article from the news centre going back to October 2003 is available as
a link to the publishing online news websites. New articles from October 2005 are available as full articles in the
archived news section. Special searches requesting a certain type of article is available for a fee. Please contact
the author and webmaster of this site at info@forensics.ca for pricing details. Alternatively news can be searched
using a text-only database which can be searched in the news centre.

How can I buy a copy of a photo that appeared in the website? 
You can purchase a copy of any photo taken by the author and webmaser of this site for a small fee. Please contact
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photographer images.

How do I get an article/letter/story/link/forensic event to be published on the site? 
Send your contribution to the author and webmaster of this site at benj@forensics.ca All contributions must include
full name and contact details of sender. Forensics.ca reserve the right to edit contributions.

How do I comment about something inaccurate or unfair on Forensics.ca? 
Send your comments to the author and webmaster of this site at benj@forensics.ca

Is there a subscription fee for your website? Do you have to register to use it? 
Currently all of our web services are free of charge.

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To place an ad on the website, please visit the media section to check for display information and rates. For further
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How do I apply for a internship/volunteer position for the website? 
Forensics.ca offers non paid internship/volunteer positions to a number of qualified individuals for news reporting,
editing, data entry, website developing and marketing positions.By the end of your volunteer work, you will have
an excellent grounding in Forensic science journalism and an understanding of what Forensic Science is all about.
For information on how to apply, please contact the author and webmaster of this site at benj@forensics.ca

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Most often this is caused by the use of your internet providers proxy server. If you are using Internet Explorer,
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Advanced, Proxies and check direct connection to the internet.

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None of the above helped me. What else can I check? 
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service if we implement it in the future, please email and we will let you know if this service becomes available.

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