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Coast to Coast: April 18 to April 24

April 25, 2015
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Here is what’s been happening across Canada this week:
The federal government presented the budget this week, after some delay. Somehow the budget is balanced. What does it say about the financial year ahead?
The Archdiocese of Vancouver announced on Friday that Archbishop Emeritus Raymond Roussin has passed away. Roussin was diagnosed with clinical depression while he was archbishop of Vancouver and shared his struggles with the faithful of the diocese.
From Edmonton, a reminder that even the smallest gesture of kindness can have a deep, lasting impact.
In Regina, one former Saskatchewan Roughridger (football, incase you’re wondering) shared his faith journey with participants at a local Prayer Breakfast.
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