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Coast to Coast: July 12 to 18

July 19, 2014
In Vancouver, the Catholic school board has created a policy for dealing with transgender children after one family pulled their child out of a lower mainland Catholic school and filed a human rights complaint.
The dioceses of Edmonton and Mackenzie - Fort Smith have signed a covenant of cooperation, inspired by John Paul II.
In Winnipeg, the Jesuit Centre for Catholic Studies got a big boost thanks to a major donation to St. Paul's College. The gift will help further develop the Jesuit centre.
Can you imagine paying $25.14 for a 295ml container of orange juice? (think of the size of a can of juice concentrate). That's reality for families in Canada's north. The Vincentians are now working to bring food security to northern residents.
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