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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Saturday June 14 2014 edition 

PROGRAM

The LINK online (Sat June 14, 2014)

Welcome to the Link, with Lynn Desjardins and Marc Montgomery

A section of a new proposed law, Bill C-24 would allow the federal government to strip Canadian citizenship from citizens born in Canada, if they are eligible or qualify for dual citizenship, and deport them.

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YOUR CHOICES

Changes to Canadian Citizenship Act 'unconstitutional', lawyer

A constitutional lawyer will challenge a provision of Bill C-24, introduced by the Conservatives, that would allow the government to strip Canadian citizenship from citizens born in Canada, if they are eligible or qualify for dual citizenship..

Currently, someone may only be stripped of Canadian citizenship if it was obtained through false representation. If the federal bill is passed, ...

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RCMP funeral for the 3 officers killed in Moncton shootings

The funeral for the three RCMP officers killed last week in Moncton, New Brunswick took place today.

Doug Larche, age 40, David Ross, 32, and Fabrice Gevaudan, 45, were laid to rest in a ceremony that began with a procession through the city to the Coliseum where over seven thousand mourners gathered.

The three officers ...

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World’s first global city-water usage map.

 An international effort has now, for the first time, created a global map of the world’s cities in relation to their use of water resources.

Three researchers from Canada’s McGill University were involved, professors Bernard Lehner (PhD) and Tom Gleeson (PhD), as well as PhD student Günther Grill.  Professor Lehner is an expert ...

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IN DEPTH

 



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