Sunday, March 30, 2014

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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Sunday March 30 2014 edition  


ARTS-Documentary :Angry Kids & Stressed Out Parents

How often have you seen a young child throwing a temper tantrum, and/or angrily refusing to obey their parent or acting agressively with the parent or playmate? Perhaps you’ve been in that situation.

Some of that is normal, but when it becomes a recurring situation, there’s a problem, and perhaps a big problem.


Canada must test all newborns’ hearing: doctors

Newborns in Canada are routinely tested for thyroid problems and some rare genetic conditions, but doctors say not enough of them are being screened or followed for hearing problems.

In Canada, health care is administered by each province or territory, and care is uneven across the country. A report card issued by audiologists, pediatricians, and two ...


Politics Today - March 30, 2014

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda returns to the issue of electoral reform. The government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced a proposed Fair Elections Act that is meeting with criticism from electoral experts and opposition MPs.

Meanwhile, in the predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec, election day April 7th is getting closer, with no ...



Junior business group takes students to China

Canadian students interested in business careers involving China will soon visit that country on a trip organized by the China-Canada Junior Chamber of Commerce. So far fifteen students from McGill University, Concordia University and the University of Montreal have signed up for the two-week tour to Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou in early May.


Landowner confronts snowmobilers

Two people riding on snowmobiles say they mistakenly traveled on to private property and were confronted by a man with a shotgun. The incident occurred near the western city of Saskatoon last month.

Snowmobiling is a popular pastime in Canada, but many people don’t like the noise it makes. Some farmers complain it scares their livestock and can damage ...


Brazil food guide ‘novel,’ may help Canadians

The Ministry of Health in Brazil hopes to reduce obesity with a proposed new food guide that is simple but innovative, and very different from those of Canada and other nations. Instead of talking about nutrients, the Brazil guide talks about meals, how to make them and eat them, and it urges people to be critical of ...


Worst and best cities in Canada to live in, 2014

Once again, a small port city on Canada’s Pacific has been placed at the bottom of the list of best places to live in Canada.

Port Alberni came in last of the 2014 list of the 201 best cities compiled by MoneySense magazine.




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