How important is it to get rid of canonical links for your website?
You want to have canonical links, meaning you don't want to build links to "http://www.mysite.com/" and then also to "mysite.com" because Google considers those to be two different pages, even though they go to the same thing. This is important, choose one and be consistent when building links, whether they be internal or external.
Had to look up what canolical meant. Like the answer that the WebDesignDoctor gave you.
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