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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Sunday April 13 2014 edition  

COLUMNS

Lifestyle: the Law and Happiness

It seems a strange combination..law and happiness. But a fairly high percentage of lawyers, and judges, and others in the legal professions suffer from depression.

Marilyn Poitras who has long and wide-ranging experience in law has developed a programme to mitigate the situation. She is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of ...

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Failure to reduce “baby weight” risks mom’s health

It is important for women to be losing weight in the three to 12 months after they give birth or they could face higher risks for diabetes and heart disease later on, according to a new study. Three months after delivering their babies, most mothers still retained some extra weight they gained during pregnancy and that posed ...

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Politics Today - April 13, 2014

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda looks at the results and issues of the election in Canada's predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec.

He reports on the new Indigenous First Nations Education Act, the death of former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, and the participation of the new finance minister Joe Oliver at the G-20 Finance Ministers ...

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YOUR CHOICES

Young Saskatoon boy heading to World Championship of Irish Dancing

Caleb Hawryliw is just 12 years-old, but he’s going to perform in the Olympics…well, the Olympics of Irish dancing.

The Saskatchewan native, from the city of Saskatoon, will soon join hundreds of other dancers at the World Irish Dancing Championships, being held from April 13-20 in London, England.

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Decision to call Quebec election, massive defeat for premier and government

The massive defeat Monday (April 7) of the ruling Parti Quebecois government in the predominantly French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec may have caused relief in the rest of Canada, but the reasons for the defeat are more complicated than the issue of separation from Canada by the province.

A politician with decades of experience, Quebec's Premier Pauline Marois ...

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Explaining why university research matters

Two years ago, the 21 universities in Canada’s central province of Ontario came up with an idea to make the public more aware of the research their universities were doing, and how that research benefitted them.

The concept is called “Research Matters.” Bonnie M. Patterson, is the President and CEO of the Council of Ontario Universities (COU), which organizes the ...

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Election day in the province of Quebec

Today millions of people in the mostly French-speaking province of Quebec, the second most populous in Canada, will go to the polls to elect a provincial government. 


Over 6-million residents are eligible to vote in the province and almost 20% ...

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