THE CANADIAN Grand Prix in Montreal has been provisionally reinstated into next year's Formula 1 season, pending the raising of financial compensation for teams losing revenue because of Canada's tobacco advertising ban. The race had been axed from the Formula One 2004 calendar because of the law, which prohibits tobacco firms from sponsoring sports events.

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