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Coast to Coast April 11 to April 17

April 18, 2015
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Across the country this week, these are the stories we’ve been reading:
Montrealers said goodbye to Cardinal Jean Claude Turcotte who passed away last week. He is credited with building bridges between the Church and Quebec’s highly secular society.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons in Saskatoon has been working on a draft policy on conscientious refusal.
A high school in Edmonton is getting in on the preparations for Archbishop Oscar Romero’s beatification - for good reason.
And, if you thought all millennials were caught up in the latest tech fads, these two sisters turn that stereotype on its head.
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