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CAPTION ONLY: RALLY SAYS `NO' TO CANADIAN REFORM

Toddler Shannon Marchant, with grandmother Cairine Powell, holds a sign in Ottawa urging a "no" vote on a referendum aimed at keeping Canada united by satisfying Quebec's demands for more autonomy. The Royal Bank of Canada predicts that if the country split, the standard of living would decline 16 percent by the end of the decade, 720,000 Canadians would be put out of work and up to 1.2 million would emigrate, mostly to the United States.