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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Sunday February 23 2014 edition  

COLUMNS

New vaccines for respiratory viruses in seniors

Canadian researchers just got $12.39 million to develop innovative, new vaccines that would help the elderly fight off respiratory viruses. Scientists now know that traditional vaccines for children and adolescents don’t necessarily work as well for older people.


Dr. Brian Ward ...

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Politics Today - February 23, 2014

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda has an update on the controversial election reform bill of the Canadian government. He reports on the North American Leaders' Summit in Toluca, Mexico and on the policy convention of the Liberal Party of Canada this weekend.

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ARTS-actor Rod Beattie as "Walt Wingfield", the iconic Canadian theatre series

Canadian actor Rod Beattie is back on stage for another wonderful season.

Beattie as "Ed" the editor of the fictional Larkspur newspaper © Terry Manzo

Perhaps we should say instead, Walt Wingfield, former big city stockbroker turned small ...

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YOUR CHOICES

A Canadian's inside look at "The Dakar", world's biggest auto rally

It’s an annual two-week period of madness and supreme skill, exhaustion, danger, thrills, and camaraderie.

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Olympic music from Canada

The Sam Roberts Band, Roch Voisine and Fefe Dobson are three of the 5 artists unveiling songs they've written for the winter Olympics this month.

The songs will debut during CBC's Sochi Olympic coverage.

It's the result of a partnership between CBC, Universal Music Canada and Sony Music Entertainment Canada. Each ...

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Cosmetics firms ranked on use of “toxic chemicals”

Big cosmetics companies are making progress in limiting potentially harmful ingredients in their products but they need to do more, says Environmental Defence, a Toronto group dedicated to protecting the environment and human health. It has ranked five big companies according to their performance on this issue.

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