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The Kindle Store Is Now Live In Canada

Posted at 1:20PM Saturday 08 Dec 2012

While no official announcement has been made, the Canadian version of Amazon's Kindle Store can already be accessed via several pages, and features e-books priced in Canadian dollars, hinting at an imminent full deployment of its digital library.

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