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Coast to Coast: January 25 to January 31

February 1, 2015
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What’s been making headlines across Canada this week? Here is a look from coast to coast:
In Regina, Dr. Cindy Blackstock is fighting to guarantee that aboriginal children have the same human rights as non-aboriginal children. She outlines the many ways aboriginal children are denied access to basic services that non-aboriginal children enjoy.
Toronto’s Covenant House has been battling homelessness for 30 years. Now they’re expanding their work to help women and girls who want to get out of the sex trade.
In Vancouver, a group of Catholic dads have formed an aviation club to teach their sons how to be good Catholic men.
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