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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Sunday April 20 2014 edition  

COLUMNS

Jazz- conversation with Canadian jazz stars, Donato, Turner, Desmarais

 This week on the arts, culture, and lifestyle column, we jazz things up a bit.


Bassist Michel Donato © Donato website

One of the major jazz festivals in North America and with an international reputation, is the annual ...

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Politics Today - April 20, 2014

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda reviews statements by Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about the situation in Ukraine.

He talks about the shutdown of government websites because of a security threat from the "Heartbleed Bug". And he reports on the slow transition of power after the Liberal party ...

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Arts: Canada's national music awards- the JUNOS

Musicians from across Canada are starting to gather in the western Canadian city of Winnipeg Manitoba today.

They’re getting ready for the greatest musical awards show in Canada and a week of events from March 24-30  It’s called the JUNO awards.

Melanie Berry is the president and CEO of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Science
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YOUR CHOICES

Grand Chief Delisle: 'We’ve been tread upon and ignored.'

"We've been tread upon and ignored." said Grand Chief Michael Delisle of the Mohawk Nation community of Kahnawake, near the city of Montreal, on Tuesday (April 15), as he reacted to the tabling last Thursday of a proposed new Canadian government bill, the First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act.

In presenting the bill, Canada’s Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard ...

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Man posts video of alleged theft of his backpack

A Montreal filmmaker had his knapsack full of valuable gear snatched from under him in a café last Friday and has posted a video of it online. It was as Jesse Freeston was leaving that he realized his knapsack was gone along with a new laptop, a notebook full of his ideas, an agenda, phone and flash drives that were ...

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900 government ID numbers (SIN) stolen from Canada Revenue Agency data bank

After dealing with the "Heartbleed Bug" the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) responsible for collecting taxes announced, Monday (April 14), that the "Social Insurance Numbers (SIN) of approximately 900 taxpayers were removed from CRA systems by someone exploiting the Heartbleed vulnerability."

A SIN number is a nine-digit number that a person needs to work in Canada or to have access ...

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Legal brothels for Canada?

Strip club owners in Canada say they are looking to include brothels in their operations.

The idea is being pushed due to a Supreme Court ruling in December that unanimously struck down three important segments of Canada’s prostitution laws: laws that prohibit the operation of brothels, living off of the avails of prostitution, and communicating for the purpose of ...

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IN DEPTH

 



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