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Radio Canada International - Cybermagazine

Sunday July 27 2014 edition  

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Conflict grows over charity audits

Another salvo has been fired in a long-running Canadian culture war that pits civil libertarians and their allies against Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative Party government and its supporters.

Mr. Harper's most ardent critics say he is a master of the fine art of wedge politics and is pandering to his socially conservative base by vindictively targeting organizations who ...

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Back-pain relief for some coming soon

Dr. Keiran Murphy says he loves Canada, and many in Canada may soon love him. Dr. Murphy is the inventor of a device, currently being tested in three Canadian cities, to bring quick relief to people suffering with herniated, or what's more commonly known as, slipped discs.

Dr. Murphy is quick ...

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Space Studies Program in Montreal this summer

The International Space University was the brainchild of three students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT.  In 1987, two Americans, Peter Diamnadis and Todd B. Hawley, and Canadian, Bob Richards, were concerned that space-exploration was becoming increasingly polarized, particularly between the US and the USSR.

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Crucifix discovered 400 years later in Newfoundland

A tiny crucifix is a big discovery in Newfoudland, as Anna Sparrow is learning.

The undergraduate student at Memorial University, in St. John's, Newfoundland, made the discovery in early July.  At Ferryland site, on the Avalon Peninsula, she had spent hours sifting through the dirt finding many pieces of broken pottery and glass.

"As ...

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