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Ottawa Convention


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Ottawa Convention

The Ottawa Convention on Anti-Personnel Landmines

Unidroit Convention on International Factoring (Ottawa, 1988)/Convention D’unidroit sur L’affacturage International (Ottawa, 1988)

Unidroit Convention on International Factoring (Ottawa, 1988)/Convention d’unidroit sur l’affacturage International (Ottawa, 1988)

Money Order Convention between Belgium and Canada (Great Britain), signed at Ottawa, 1 September 1883

Money Order Convention between Canada (Great Britain) and the United States, signed at Washington/Ottawa, 8/23 June 1875

Money Order Convention between Canada (Great Britain) and the United States, signed at Ottawa, 29 May/Washington, 4 June 1880

Postal Order Convention between Canada (Great Britain) and Switzerland, signed at Ottawa, 28 March/Berne, 16 April 1883

Money Order Convention between Germany and Canada (Great Britain), signed at Ottawa, 14 May/Berlin, 31 May 1883

Money Order Convention between Canada (Great Britain) and Italy, signed at Rome, 11 May/Ottawa, 1 June 1883

Money Order Convention between Canada and the Netherlands, signed at The Hague/Ottawa, 9/28 May 1906

Money Order Convention between Canada and Mexico, signed at Mexico City/Ottawa, 15/28 May 1906

Amended Money Order Convention between Canada and the United States, signed at Washington/Ottawa, 30 September/3 October 1901

Money Order Convention between Canada and Norway, signed at Christiania/Ottawa, 14 February/6 April 1903

Money Order Convention between Canada and Denmark, signed at Ottawa/Copenhagen, 11 January/14 February 1906

Amendment of the Postal Convention of 12/19 January 1888 between Canada and the United States, signed at Washington/Ottawa, 28 June 1904

Money Order Convention between Canada and Sweden, signed at Stockholm/Ottawa, 1/29 July 1904

Postal Convention between Canada (Great Britain) and the United States, signed at Washington, 12 January/Ottawa, 19 January 1888

Parcel Post Convention between France and Canada (Great Britain), signed at Paris/Ottawa, 27 October/30 November 1911

 

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The 1997 international convention through which the 152 signatory nations (as at February 2006) have undertaken to not place, possess, develop, produce, acquire, stockpile or transfer anti-personnel landmines. Ratified with ...

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