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The reason I ask is that I'm not a fire industry professional, and am interesting in reading it merely for interest/educational purposes. I've checked a few on-line used booksellers (e.g. amazon, abebooks) with no luck.
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CAN/ULC-S524-06 is actually the current version of the Standard, however, the version being sold prior to the February 2011 amendment could be considered "outdated". If you want an "outdated" copy, I would suggest you try looking for that, or an older version, like "91" or "01". For a "current copy", you could also try your local public library.
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