Saturday, April 26, 2014

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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Saturday April 26 2014 edition 

PROGRAM

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This week Lynn Desjardins and Marc Montgomery present the show.

We are living in dangerous times, but we are lucky.  In fact we've been lucky a long time.

Travelling at tens of thousand of kilometers an hour, even ...

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YOUR CHOICES

Keeping science simple and short, (i.e. 3 minutes or less)

You’ve been working intensely for three or four years in your particular scientific field, becoming very comfortable speaking in very complicated and arcane scientific terminology to others in that field.

Now, try to explain all that technical and complex work in simple terms, easily understood by non-scientists, and you have just 3 minutes to do it.  It’s ...

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Waitresses lose jobs to foreign workers

Canadian, Sandy Nelson chokes back tears as she talks about losing her long-term serving job in the western province of Saskatchewan to temporary foreign workers. Co-worker Shaunna Jennison-Yung is in the same situation.

Canadian employers have been allowed to hire temporary foreign workers since 2002, but only if there are no Canadian workers available to do the job. Foreign ...

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Canada needs a green revolution: environmentalists

A global, clean energy revolution is coming to deal with climate change and Canada needs to get on board or get left behind, says Ian Bruce, science and policy manager at the David Suzuki Foundation, a leading environmental group.

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change focuses on the changes countries ...

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IN DEPTH

 



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