Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Episode date 30 October 2012
Interviews and reports
Ontario student campaign to boycott fast food
(Key Gordon Communications)
The campaign is called “Stick it to fast food”.  The logo is provocative, and the manifesto is straightforward, readin in part:
" that is their trick. If you put enough salt, sugar and fat in anything it will taste good. Fast food companies are getting rich feeding us garbage. And it’s making us fat and sick".

The campaign was begun this week by the Ontario Student Trustees’ Association. They want to get students to boycott fast food for the month of Novement.

In a coincidental move, it comes at the same time as the Ontario Medical Association has made calls for an added tax on junk food to encourage people to make healthier food choices. The OMA says childhood obesity is and will be a major health concern.

Harid Zafari is the president of the Ontario Student Trustees Association and one of the drivers behind the fast food boycott.  RCIs Marc Montgomery reached the grade 12 student  by cell phone at Don Mills High School in Toronto.
Canadian group launches "Tackle Tax Havens" campaign
'Canadians for Tax Fairness' says the Canadian money in offshore tax havens is now at an all-time high. The group, made up of a wide range of citizens, unions and other organizations, has just launched (Oct 29) a campaign called 'Tackle Tax Havens: Bring Our Tax Dollars Home!',

The campaign's focus is a cartoon figure of the one dollar coin with sunglasses - wanting to come home.

RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda spoke to Dennis Howlett, the Executive Director of Canadians for Tax Fairness.
Work-Life Balance Harder to Find
Melanie Berezan works on her laptop while her children do their homework before swimming lessons in Surrey, British Columbia, June 14, 2010.
Canadians take pride in the fact that we live in a country recognized as one of the best in the world.   But, as the findings of the 2012 National Study on Balancing Work and Caregiving in Canada suggest, there is a lot of room for improvement.  For Linda Duxbury, a professor at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University in Ottawa, and Christopher Higgins of the University of Western Ontario, this is the third such study in 20 years.  And according to Professor Duxbury, the results are quite dismal and bleak.  Carmel Kilkenny spoke with Linda Duxbury to find out why.
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Giller Gala Celebrating Canadian Writing
Photo courtesy of CBC
Some of the best stories in Canadian literature will be honoured tonight at a black-tie event in Toronto. CBC Radio’s, Jian Gomeshi will host the televised gala. [...]
Canada's largest national arts advo­cacy body closing its doors
The Cana­dian Con­fer­ence of the Arts (CCA) has just announced (Oct 30) it will begin wind­ing down its oper­a­tions imme­di­ately, after 67 years of existence. The CCA is Canada's largest national alliance of the arts, cul­ture and her­itage sec­tor. [...]
Don't mess with the moose! (redux)
(Prince George, RCMP)
Yep, Im hooked on animal stories! A word of advice, don’t mess with Canadian moose (or bears or..) Anwyay, it’s only been about a fortnight since my last angry moose story. [...]
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Sunday, October 28, 2012

News 10.28.2012

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News Sunday, October 28th, 2012

By: Jan Richter

* Czechs mark the 94th anniversary of the foundation of independent
Czechoslovakia.

* Prime Minister Petr Necas and Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg
will not attend the evening's memorial ceremony at Prague Castle.

* Wet weather and freezing temperatures continue to cause problems in
many parts of the country.

* The police have arrested a man and a woman suspected of murdering a
Vietnamese shop owner.

* In football, Sparta Prague have beaten reigning champions Liberec in
the highlight of Gambrinus liga's 12th round.



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Czechs mark Czechoslovakia's 94th anniversary
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Czechs on Sunday mark the 94th anniversary of the foundation of
independent Czechoslovakia, observed as a national holiday. Several
events commemorate the establishment of the precursor of modern-day
Czech Republic; a ceremony with a military oath was held at the
National Memorial at Vitkov; another ceremony was hosted by the
National Museum in Prague. The celebrations conclude with a ceremony at
Prague Castle hosted by President Vaclav Klaus.


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Top government officials to miss Prague Castle ceremony
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Prime Minister Petr Necas and Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg will
miss the evening's ceremony at Prague Castle where President Vaclav
Klaus, for the last time as head of state, presents state honours and
decorations to distinguished personalities. A spokesman for the prime
minister said Mr Necas could not attend the event for health reasons
while Mr Schwarzenberg told the news website lidovky.cz he was out of
Prague for the day, adding it didn't really matter whether politicians
attended the ceremony.


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TOP 09's Kalousek: party will only participate in govt' led by PM Necas
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A leader of the coalition TOP 09 party, Finance Minister Miroslav
Kalousek, said his group would only participate in a government led by
the current prime minister, Petr Necas. Speaking on a Czech TV channel,
Prima, on Sunday, Mr Kalousek said his party would also leave the
coalition if the lower house of Parliament next week makes changes to
the government's tax legislation.

Mr Kalousek's statement comes at a time when Mr Necas finds himself
under pressure from within his party, the Civic Democrats, and a week
before he runs for re-election as party chair. Some Civic Democrat MPs,
who have refused to back the government's plant to raise VAT rates,
have called for Petr Necas to step down as party leader.


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Wet weather, freezing temperatures cause problems
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Wet weather combined with freezing temperatures continue to cause
problems in many parts of the country on Sunday. Meteorologists have
warned of ice that will be forming on roads and pavements. The
authorities advise motorists to drive with extra caution, particularly
in mountainous regions where roads are still covered with snow. Several
roads and train lines are still closed due to snow and fallen trees.
Freezing weather has also claimed its first victim this season; a
45-year-old man who was found lying in the street in the southern town
of Tabor on Saturday night, died in hospital of hypothermia.


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Police arrest Prague murder suspects
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The police have arrested a man and a woman suspected of murdering a
Vietnamese shop owner, a police spokeswoman said on Sunday. The police
believe the pair entered a food shop in the Prague district of Horni
Mecholupy on Thursday night shortly before 4 PM. The woman pointed a
gun at the shop owner and demanded cash; when he refused, the woman's
accomplice stabbed him and both of them ran away. The Vietnamese shop
owner died of his injuries while being transported to a hospital. If
convicted, the suspects face up to 20 years in prison.


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Zlin court sends three methanol suspects into custody
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A court in Zlin, in the east of the country, has ruled that two men
suspected of distributing methanol-laced bootleg liquor. According to
media reports, one of the men ran a firm which supplied untaxed spirit
to bootleg liquor producers; the other was allegedly involved in
distributing illegal alcohol. At least 30 people have died in the
country after drinking bootleg alcohol contaminated with methanol. Last
month, the police arrested two men who face charges for having produced
the deadly beverage and released it into distribution.


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Football: Sparta beats Liberec to move to top
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Sparta Prague defeated reigning Czech champions Liberec 2:1 in the
highlight of the 12th round of Gambrinus liga on Sunday. Sparta went
ahead in the 32nd minute when Jiri Jarosik found the net after a corner
kick, and the hosts added another strike half an hour later when
Sparta's Ondrej Svehlik scored after another corner. In the 75th minute
Liberec's Jan Blazek set the final score at 2:1. Sparta is ranked
second with 23 points, behind Jablonec in first place on goal
difference. Liberec remains seventh.


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Weather
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The cold spell is set to continue for several days to come, with snow,
sleet and daytime highs of around 5 degrees Celsius.



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Celebrating some of the greatest Czechs abroad
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There are more than two million Czechs and their Czech-speaking
descendants living outside their homeland, or working abroad
indefinitely, and Czech Radio and the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs
undertakes a number of activities - partly through Radio Prague - to
support those communities, to keep their connections with this country
strong and to help them spread knowledge about the Czech Republic.

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Saturday, October 27, 2012

News 10.27.2012

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Copyright (c) 2012 Radio Prague (Cesky Rozhlas 7 - Radio Praha)

News Saturday, October 27th, 2012

By: Jan Richter

* Most parts of the Czech Republic have been hit by heavy snow.

* The Czech and Slovak governments will meet at a joint session on
Monday, for the first time since the breakup of Czechoslovakia.

* A communist politician has denied issuing threatening comments on
Facebook.

* In hockey, Lev Praha have dismissed its head coach, Josef Jandac,
following a string of defeats in the KHL.

* The clocks go back one hour at 3 AM on Sunday as daylight saving
times ends in the Czech Republic.



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Heavy snow hits most parts of the country
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Heavy show hit most part of the Czech Republic on Saturday, causing
disruption in traffic and electricity supplies. Ice has formed on roads
in the most affected regions of Krknonose and Krusne Hory in the north
and north-west of the country while several railway lines including a
major Prague-Usti nad Labem route - were blocked by fallen trees. The
authorities have also warned of snow-related delays on some of the
country's highways including the D1 motorway between Prague and Brno.
Dozens of homes, mainly in eastern Bohemia, have been cut from
electricity supplies.


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Czech and Slovak cabinets to hold joint session
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The governments of the Czech Republic and Slovakia are to meet at a
joint session on Monday, for the first time since the breakup of
Czechoslovakia. The session will be held in the Czech town of Uherske
Hradiste before moving on to Trencin, in Slovakia. Czech and Slovak
ministers will discuss cooperation of the two countries in the areas of
security, energy, transportation and justice. The event will take place
a day after the Czech national holiday marking the foundation of
independent Czechoslovakia in 1918.


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PM Necas warns against government's fall
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A week before the senior coalition Civic Democrat party's election
congress, Prime Minister and party chair Petr Necas has warned against
the fall of his government, the news website parlamentnilisty.cz
reported. In a letter to members of his party, Mr Necas said the
cabinet would fall if agreement is not reached among Civic Democrat MPs
on some of the government's planned steps such as raising the VAT
rates. The prime minister also analyzed his party's overwhelming defeat
in the recent Senate and regional elections which he blamed on the
government's failure to convince voters the country was moving in the
right direction.


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Communist politician denies threatening Facebook comments
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A Czech communist politician, Jaroslav Petelik, has denied having
issued a comment on his Facebook profile suggesting the "hanging of
right-wingers", which, along with the "expropriation of entrepreneurs
and their families" would improve the situation of most Czechs. Mr
Petelik, who serves council member in one of Prague districts and also
as an assistant to a communist MP, said it was an attack against him
and his party, and accused his political opponents of posting the
comment, adding he was going to file a criminal complaint over the
issue.


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Two presidential hopefuls ready to register for elections
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Another two candidates - Vladimir Dlouhy and Vladimir Franz - are
planning to register next week for the direct presidential elections,
the news agency CTK reported on Saturday. Both candidates have
collected 50,000 signatures needed to enter the race. The deadline for
registering will expire on Tuesday, November 5. Mr Dlouhy, a Goldman
Sachs consultant and former government minister, will present his
programme in Prague on Wednesday, his campaign said. Theatre and opera
composer Vladimir Franz will stage a march through the capital on
Monday.

Some 25 people have expressed intentions to run for the office of Czech
president; polls mostly favour former PM Jan Fischer ahead of another
former PM Milos Zeman. The


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People in Zlin region take highest number of sick days
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People in the Zlin region, in the east of the country, took the highest
number of sick days in the country in the first nine month of the year,
according to figures released by the Czech Social Security
Administration on Saturday. People there took on average 57 days off
due to sickness, compared to the national average of over 47 days.
However, the Zlin region registered an annual decrease in both the
number of sick days and the cases of sick leaves. The lowest number of
sick days - 37 - was registered in Prague.


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Hockey: KHL's Lev Prague fire head coach
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The Czech Republic's sole participant in the Kontinental Hockey League,
Lev Praha, fired their head coach Josef Jandac on Saturday after a
series of seven defeats, most recently 2:3 to CSKA Moscow in Prague on
Thursday. The club's general manager Normunds Sejejs, said Josef Jandac
had played an important role in the build-up to Lev's first season in
the KHL but the club's recent results were too disappointing. Lev Praha
will be managed by Mr Jandac's assistants until the international
break. The club has also signed St Petersburg, and Czech international
goalie Petr Stepanek, to improve its performance.


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Daylight saving time ends at 3 AM on Sunday
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The clocks go back one hour at 3 AM on Sunday as daylight saving time
ends in the Czech Republic this year and the country switches to
Central European Time (CET). The change will affect about 10
international trains which will wait at stations for one hour before
moving on, a spokesman for Czech Railways said. The only exception is
the Prague-bound Euronight express from Kosice, in Slovakia, which not
make any stops in the early hours of Sunday and will therefore reach
its destination an hour early..


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Weather
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The cold spell is set to continue for several days to come, with snow,
sleet and daytime highs of around 5 degrees Celsius.



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No more borders for collies: changing canine lifestyles after '89
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In the early 1990s it wasn't just political change that was on Radio
Prague's agenda. In many ways the social changes under way at the time
were just as radical. Dogs had always been popular in Czechoslovakia,
and in 1992 - by which time I had been working at Radio Prague for
about a year - I had a look at how life for dog owners and breeders was
changing, starting in Kampa Park in Prague's ancient Lesser Quarter,
where I persuaded a fox terrier owned by an enthusiastic old lady in a
fur coat, to give me a sound effect. Here is an extract from that
programme:

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Remembering Geraldine Mucha: a Scottish composer in Prague whose work
and spirit will live on
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The death on October 12 of the Scottish composer Geraldine Mucha at the
age of 95 marked the end of an era. Since the end of WWII, her home had
been Prague, where she moved with her husband, the outstanding Czech
writer, Jiri Mucha. It was here that much of her work was composed and
performed, although it always bore an imprint of her native Scotland.
Her father-in-law was the celebrated artist of Art Nouveau Paris,
Alfons Mucha, and she did much to help to keep his work together. In
this special programme, David Vaughan talks to Patricia Goodson, who
knew Geraldine Mucha well.

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Radio Prague Today 10.27.2012

Articles posted today

No more borders for collies: changing canine lifestyles after '89

In the early 1990s it wasn't just political change that was on Radio Prague's agenda. In many ways the social changes under way at the time were just as radical. Dogs had always been popular in Czechoslovakia, and in 1992 - by which time I had been working at Radio Prague for about a year - I had a look at how life for dog owners and breeders was changing, starting in Kampa Park in Prague's ancient Lesser Quarter, where I persuaded a fox terrier owned by an enthusiastic old lady in a fur coat, to give me a sound effect. Here is an extract from that programme:

Remembering Geraldine Mucha: a Scottish composer in Prague whose work and spirit will live on

The death on October 12 of the Scottish composer Geraldine Mucha at the age of 95 marked the end of an era. Since the end of WWII, her home had been Prague, where she moved with her husband, the outstanding Czech writer, Jiří Mucha. It was here that much of her work was composed and performed, although it always bore an imprint of her native Scotland. Her father-in-law was the celebrated artist of Art Nouveau Paris, Alfons Mucha, and she did much to help to keep his work together. In this special programme, David Vaughan talks to Patricia Goodson, who knew Geraldine Mucha well.

Friday, October 26, 2012

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Episode date 25 October 2012
Interviews and reports
Multiculturalism: a threat to a Canadian identity?
 No-one will deny that Canada is a very multi-cultural. It’s seen every day in the different faces and clothing styles, and in the languages heard being spoken on the street.

Results of Canada’s most recent census show there are almost 200 languages spoken in Canada. It also notes that almost one sixth of the population speaks a language other than Canada’s two official languages in their personal lives.

In fact “multiculturalism” has been official government policy since 1971, and in 1982, multiculturalism was written into statutes as law.  However, for political science professor Salim Mansur, of the University of Waterloo, multiculturalism is posing a threat to Canada’s identity, and foundation as a liberal democracy.

RCI’s Marc Montgomery spoke to professor Salim Mansur in London, Ontario.
Jamaican Canadian realities and PM Simpson Miller's visit to Canada
(Photo CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)
Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller's first official visit to Canada was supposed to last five days, and end on Friday. It ended early because of Hurricane Sandy, and the Prime Minister's return to Jamaica.

However, in her few days here, she met with Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other Canadian officials, as well as members of the Jamaican Diaspora.

RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda spoke to Professor Andrea Davis about Canada-Jamaica relations and the reality of Jamaican Canadians. Davis is the Director of the Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLAC) at Toronto's York University and co-editor of the book "Jamaica in the Canadian Experience: A Multiculturalizing Presence"
New Mormon Temple a landmark for Calgary, Alberta
The New Mormon Temple in Calgary, Alberta
It’s a monumental structure, built on a ridge, overlooking Alberta’s largest city.  And for most of October, church members hosted an open house, welcoming people to visit and see the splendors inside.  Carmel Kilkenny spoke with Rick Melchin, one of those church members, to find out more about the history of the Latter Day Saints in Canada, and the effect of the spotlight on the religion, in this current American presidential campaign. 
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War of 1812 National Recognition Ceremony
CP photo/Fred Chartrand
At Rideau Hall in Ottawa today, 48 First Nations and Metis communities were honored for the contribution of their ancestors during the War of 1812. [...]
Opposition leader calls government website change “pure Orwellian�
Over the past few days, a Canadian government website’s content was changed a number of times after opposition Members of Parliament said the Transport Minister was contradicting information on his own department’s website. [...]
An Edmonton tradition comes to an end
(CBC)
After almost 100 years in operation, a tradition in Edmonton. Alberta is coming to an end. The province of Alberta, and indeed much of Canada’s western prairie provinces were a popular destination for Ukrainian immigrants early in the last century. [...]
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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Radio Prague Today 10.25.2012

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The Black Dogs Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club – not your typical bikers' club

Most days, Aleksi Šedo is an experimental oncologist at Charles University's Faculty of Medicine. But when he meets with his brothers from the Black Dogs motorcycle club, Šedo no longer goes by his real name.

Government crisis impacts 2013 state budget

The lower house of Parliament on Wednesday returned a bill on the 2013 state budget to the finance minister for re-drafting after the cabinet was unable to win support for a package of proposed tax hikes, forcing it to abandon the original budget draft proposal. The finance minister has promised to re-submit the bill within 30 days, amidst growing uncertainty as to whether the government will manage to survive a confidence vote in the lower house next week.

Plzeň citizens campaign for referendum against 'gigantic' city centre mall

The city of Plzeň is perhaps best known for its iconic beer – the famous gates at the entrance to the brewery are the city's best-known landmark. But less than a kilometre away work has begun on another, rather more controversial building. Developers want to build a gigantic shopping centre in the city centre, and opponents are campaigning for a local referendum to stop it.

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Episode date 24 October 2012
Interviews and reports
Vigilantes on the net?
(Reuters)
It’s another new term being used by regulars on the internet.  It’s called “doxing”..or collecting or scrutinizine “documents” in this case web sites, postings, forums etc.… in order to gather information on other internet users. 

It’s a term used in the context of trying to reveal the identity of otherwise anonymous posters on the internet. It’s a more a case of detective work as opposed to outright hacking, although some hacking may be involved.  People doing the doxing search for identity clues throughout the internet and by piecing them together can come up with a location, or sometimes even the complete identity of another poster.

In one case, through doxing,  someone was able to reveal the name of a Texan who was posting sexually suggestive material on Reddit. The man later admitted he was the poster, but has claimed that revealing his identity, or “outing” him has violated his right to free speech.

Recently there was a tragic case of a young Canadian girl, Amanda Todd, who felt so bullied on the internet, that she took her own life.   Now someone posing as a member of the online hactivist group “Anonymous” revealed what they claim is name of her cyber bully. However, police say the person named has no involvement.

It’s all posing some new ethical questions about activity on the web.  RCI’s Marc Montgomery spoke with David Murakami Wood, who is a professor of sociology in the Surveillance Studies department of Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario
Democracy in crisis
Democracy in Canada is in crisis. That's one of the conclusions of a column in the October 24 edition of iPolitics by Don Lenihan, the Vice President, Engagement at the Public Policy Forum, a not for profit organization in Ottawa.

In "Democracy in crisis: the pundits speak out" Lenihan looks at where Canada's democracy is at now, how we got there, and what we can do about it.

In a wide ranging conversation RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda spoke to Don Lenihan shortly after the publication of his column about the systemic changes affecting democracy in Canada and elsewhere.
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Canada's PM Stephen Harper second official visit to India, 3-9 November
Photo AP Photo/Saurabh Das
Prime Minister Stephen Harper this week announced that he will travel to India from November 3 to 9, 2012 with a number of ministers, and business and cultural representatives. [...]
Someone Got Their Message in a Bottle
Nine-year-old Oisin Millea of Passage East, Ireland, found the message-in-a-bottle tossed into the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 2004.
And they will be going to visit Oisin Millea, the boy who found it in Ireland. It all began 8 years ago, when Charlaine Dalpe and Claudia Garneau were 12 year-old best friends on vacation, in the Gaspe town of Grande Vallee. [...]
Canadian Census and languages in Canada
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The results of Canada’s 2011 census show that official bilingualism in Canada is not growing. The results of this latest census show that 17.5% of Canadians say they can conduct a conversation in both English and French, barely changed from the 17.4% in the 2006 census. [...]
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