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Cybermagazine - Sunday

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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Sunday May 18 2014 edition  

COLUMNS

Pregnancy can increase road accident risk

Women in the second trimester of pregnancy have a much higher risk of being in a vehicle crash than they were before their pregnancy, according to Canadian scientists. They do not recommend women stop driving, but they do advise them to be careful.

Pregnant women in Canada are generally active, unless they are having a difficult pregnancy. They ...

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Gaelic Awareness Month- Nova Scotia

May is Gaelic Awareness Month in Nova Scotia.

The Gaelic influence in Canada has been tremendous, but the Gaelic presences, primarily Scottish is still very strong in the east coast province of Nova Scotia.


Lewis MacKinnon-executive director of ...

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YOUR CHOICES

Canadians vie for international title of "Extreme Huntress"

They are tough, they thrill to rigours of the hunt and the outdoors anywhere from extreme cold to extreme heat. And they are women.

A US reality show has an international competition to find the “Extreme Huntress” and Jeanette Hall of Alberta is in the running for the final six who will travel to Texas to compete against ...

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