Canada is offering a digital leaflet printable that you can print, hang and distribute on your home or office wall.
The printed booklet is called “Welcome to Canada” and costs $1.50 to $4.50.
The Canadian Centre for Bioethics says it hopes the printed leaflet will be used by businesses to promote ethical behavior, and it also hopes it will be useful for the general public.
The leaflet was created by a group of scientists who are trying to identify ways to reduce the risk of the spread of the coronavirus, according to the Canadian Centre.
The scientists said they have tested the printed booklet, and found it to be safe to use.
“The leaflet has been tested and it has not proven to be unsafe,” said David C. Smith, executive director of the Canadian Center for Bioecology, which developed the printed document.
“We have a good record of using the leaflet in our own labs and other research projects.”
The leafleters group is now looking to sell the leaflets online, but it hasn’t yet made any money.
The company is asking for donations in order to help pay for printing and shipping the leaflets.
Smith said that the printed materials have been printed using a new printing process called “low-density laser printing,” which makes the material much thinner than traditional laser printers.
This technology has been used for medical applications, but Smith said it has been difficult for bioethicists to develop a low-density version.
He said he hopes to have the printed material available online by summer, but for now, it is limited to hospitals and public health facilities.
“There are some people who are going to be very, very happy with it,” Smith said.
“It’s a nice technology.
We’re looking forward to getting it out there and making it available to people.”
The group says it has already been able to print the leafLET on one sheet of paper.
However, the leaflette is still not fully functional because of the difficulty of the printing process.
The group hopes to be able to make the printed printed leaflets available to businesses, universities and other organizations in the future.
You can learn more about how to buy and print the printed copy of the leaflete here.
Smith also said that he and his colleagues hope to find a way to print a full sized print of the printed version of the pamphlet.
“A couple of people have expressed interest in printing a larger version,” Smith told NBC News.
“This is one way to get the word out and get people to get involved.
I think the people who have the largest printout will probably make more money.”