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Episode date 24 July 2012
Interviews and reports
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Olympic spying
(AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
How far will countries go to win at the Olympics? Some will spy on other countries’ teams to try to get a competitive edge.

To find out what kind of spying and who might be doing it, RCI’s Lynn Desjardins spoke with Anthony Seaboyer, a professor at the Politics and Economics Department at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario.
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Canadian infrastructure projects earn global recognition
Courtesy of Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Six Canadian urban infrastructure projects have been named to international accounting giant KPMG's Infrastructure 100: World Cities Edition.

The World Cities Edition, a glossy 100+ page report of the most innovative and inspiring urban infrastructure projects in the world, was recently released at the World Cities Summit in Singapore.
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In search of a Canadian strategy to fight abuse of prescription drugs
Courtesy of Lyne-Francoise Pelletier
More and more Canadians are abusing prescription drugs according to the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB). In recent years Canada has become the second largest consumer of prescription opioids in the world.

This is now cause for concern as consumption is accompanied by a sharp increase in dependence and even death from overdose.
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