Saturday, July 6, 2013

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Saturday July 6 2013 edition

PROGRAM

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Welcome to this week's edition of the show.  Regulars Lynn Desjardins and Wojtek Gwiazda join me, Marc Montgomery to review some of the many interesting topics covered this week. 


A photograph of pressure cookers that RCMP say
two people intended to use as explosive devices
is displayed as RCMP Assistant ...

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YOUR CHOICES

Canadian Space Agency to play essential role

Although popular astronaut Chris Hadfield will not become the new leader of  the Canadian Space Agency, it will carry on doing vital work on future missions, says science journalist and National Geographic contributor Andrew Fazekas. Hadfield may have disappointed some people, but Fazekas was not surprised he decided to retire after a long ...

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Jay Z's 'Magna Carta' includes beat of 16 yr old Canadian, WondaGurl

Sixteen year old music producer Ebony Oshunrinde, a.k.a. WondaGurl, was perhaps more eager than some to hear the new Jay Z album Magna Carta Holy Grail, because one of her beats is featured in the track Crown.

Rap star Jay Z's new album was released Thursday (July 4) via Samsung Mobile - three days before the official release July 7. At the ...

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Another Canadian goes Hollywood

Often Canadian performers talend is recognized and sought by the US music, TV, and film industry.

The original 1950's Lone Ranger TV series was a
huge hit,and starred another Canadian, Jay
Silverheels as "Tonto"
© ABC TV

Many of the big stars in Hollywood for example are (or were) Canadian. From ...

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Body’s own defences may spur cancer spread

The body’s own defences against infection might activate cancer cells and facilitate their spread to secondary tumours, researchers at McGill University have discovered. The study, published today in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, has significant implications for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

Cancers often came back when patients get infections around the time of their ...

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IN DEPTH

 



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