Sask Highway 204
Hello! I saw that most of the articles were copied from Wikipedia. So I copied Saskatchewan Highway 204 from the Wikipedia page then noticed on other pages that the talk page has an attribution template. I'm not sure how that works. Could you have a look when you get time? (Sorry to bother you with this). Masterhatch (talk) 13:43, 9 September 2023 (EDT)
- Hi, since you were the only author it should be okay this time. But in general, most articles that are imported need to be requested at AARoads:Cleanup so that proper attribution can take place. --Rschen7754 13:48, 9 September 2023 (EDT)
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