Sunday, November 17, 2013

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Sunday November 17 2013 edition

COLUMNS

Biologists to study moose dying in western Canada


Some moose populations in British Columbia are doing well, others are declining. © Dexter Hodder

Moose populations are declining in some parts of Canada’s west and the government of British Columbia province is planning a major study to find out ...

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ACL-Rt Hon Joseph Clark " How We Lead- Canada in a century of change"

Welcome to our spotlight on arts, culture, and lifestyle in Canada.

Today a full length interview with one of Canada’s most respected politicians and statesmen.

The Right Honourable Joe Clark has served as Canada's Prime Minister, Foreign Minister, and Minister of ...

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Politics Today - November 17, 2013

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda reports on the hearings before the Supreme Court of Canada on the future of Parliament's upper chamber, the Senate.

He also deals with the Council of the Federation meeting of the premiers of Canada's ten provinces and three territories.

As well, he's got details on the promise of ...

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YOUR CHOICES

Thousands expected for National Day of Action on climate, defending communities

Thousands of Canadians, and more than 35 environmental, Indigenous and community groups are holding a National Day of Action on November 16 with the title "Defend Our Climate, Defend Our Communities.

National Day of Action "Defending Our ...

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Romanian parliamentary commission rejects Canadian gold mine project, but ...

A special parliamentary commission in Romania overwhelmingly rejected a bill that would allow the Canadian mining company Gabriel Resources to set up Europe's biggest open pit gold mine.

The company has been waiting 14 years for approval for the project, but weekly protests in the capital Bucharest and some other cities prompted the Romanian government to set up ...

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Montrealer Mylène Paquette finishes solo row across Atlantic

Canadian Mylène Paquette has become the first North American woman to row solo across the North Atlantic. The city of Montreal native left the Atlantic coast port city of Halifax just over four months ago in a specially designed boat powered by her rowing, and the currents.

As she was pulled to shore by a tugboat, Paquette told CBC radio ...

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November 11, Remembrance Day in Canada

November 11th is the day when Canadians pause and reflect on the sacrifices of its men and women who gave their lives in wars and peacekeeping to defend the ideas of freedom against oppressors.


Services of 2006 at the National War ...

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