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Last year's community roundtables, sponsored by Ploughshares and other CNANW
members and led by former Disarmament Ambassador Doug Roche, helped focus Canadian attention on the importance of working for abolition.
Project Ploughshares, as a founding member of CNANW
, recognized that a "window of opportunity" has been opened by the World Court and other recent developments to obtain that which during the Cold War years seemed impossible -- the abolition of nuclear weapons.
was created in April 1996 to facilitate Canadian work on the abolition of nuclear weapons.