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Coast to Coast: April 5 to April 12 , 2014

April 12, 2014
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Here's what's happening across Canada this week:
In Brampton, Ontario a Ukranian Catholic Church that was built with the help of parishioners, burned to the ground over the weekend.
In Winnipeg, the director of the archdiocesan refugee sponsorship program says the Canadian government is abandoning Afghan refugees in an increasingly tense Russia.
In Vancouver, Catholic Cemeteries explores the Canadian history buried in their own backyard.
and in Montreal, a Sister of Notre Dame reflects on the kidnapping of Sr. Gilberte Bussiere
Coast to Coast will return on Saturday May 3, 2014.

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