Sunday, December 30, 2012

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Episode date 29 December 2012
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The Link
The Link Online is your web radio show featuring a look back at a few of the stories that we felt were particularly interesting during the past week.

Along with your submitted stories as our “reporter for a day”, we also air some of your letters and voicemails, and answer questions you have about Canada.
The Link Online #27 (Sat, Dec 29, 2012)
Jacques Cartier Clothier
Happy New Year from all of us at Radio Canada International!

This week on the Link Online,

The anti-poverty movement Campaign 2000 calls on the government to “develop an immediate plan to end poverty for all in Canada". take action to end child poverty in Canada. Today, one in seven Canadian children lives in poverty. According to Campaign 2000, the situation is unacceptable.
Interview: Gilda Salomone

Canadians are generous, especially at this time of the year. Dr. Alain Dagher, a neuro-scientist at Montreal's Neurological Institute says that "altruism is inherently rewarding".
Interview: Carmel Kilkenny

An initiative by an Ontario couple who lost their 18-year-old son to suicide will bring hope to young people facing mental health problems all over Canada.  Unleash The Noise is the first student-inspired and student-led Mental Health Innovation Summit in Canada.
Interview: Gilda Salomone

A new museum in Northern Alberta will feature the region's amazing dinosaur bones. There are more than 1,000 animals preserved at the site. The bones come from full-grown adult and juvenile dinosaurs that inhabited the area 73 million years ago. The Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum will be located in Grande Prairie and will open in July 2013.
Interview: Gilda Salomone

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