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Coast to Coast: April 25 to May 1

May 2, 2015
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Here's what's been happening across the country this week:
In Ottawa, the mother of one of the 43 student teachers who disappeared in Mexico has asked the Canadian government to take Mexico off its list of safe countries.
In Winnipeg, reflecting on euthanasia and and palliative care brought out this touching story of the kind of healing that can happen at the end of one’s life.
In Vancouver, after 120 years in the heart of the city, the one Catholic acute-care hospital is moving.
In Edmonton, the Catholic Women’s League has a new president who is no stranger to big dreams.

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