OTTAWA, ONTARIO -- The Canadian Plastics Sector Council has confirmed it will suspend operations effective March 31 due to lack of funds. The federal government first publicly stated in summer 2011 that funds would be cut off. CPSC could not find an alternative revenue stream to offset a lack of federal assistance.
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