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Coast to Coast: January 11 to January 17

January 18, 2015
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Here’s what’s been happening across the country this past week.
In Rimouski, the church is in shock after Archbishop Pierre André Fournier died suddenly at the age of 71.
In the prairies, there is increasing discussion around the idea that maybe there are other, more effective alternatives to the standard approach taken by the criminal justice system.
In Edmonton, a religious sister is recognized by the YWCA for her work with abused women.
And in Vancouver, one mother shares the twists and turns of her faith journey after her only son ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time and was killed by gang violence.

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