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Coast to Coast: March 20 to March 27

March 28, 2015
Here are some of the things going on across Canada this week.
In Montreal, Cardinal Jean Claude Turcotte has been entered palliative care.
The RCIA program in Edmonton is overflowing. The Western Catholic Reporter explores why.
An 80-year-old high school teacher in Vancouver makes headlines for refusing to slow down.
And in Saskatoon, a Catholic and United Church parish celebrate 15 years of living out Christian unity together
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