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Coast to Coast: November 29 to December 5

December 4, 2015
Another week has come to an end. Here is a look at what we’ve been reading about across the country:
The diocese of Whitehorse has a new bishop: Fr. Hector Vila, a Neocatecumenal priest from Toronto.
In Edmonton, Christians and Muslims are working together to show the wider community it is more than possible to understand each other and create a harmonious community.
In Winnipeg, farmers are speaking out about the effects of climate change on their land and what they need to become climate resilient
As the Canadian Government prepares to welcome Syrian refugees to Canada, here’s a look at some of the Catholic organizations helping out in various ways.
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