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Coast to Coast: February 7 to February 13

February 13, 2016
Here is some of what we’ve been reading this week across the country:
In Ontario, Catholic Crosscultural Services is helping government-assisted refugees settle into their home
In Saskatoon, an elementary school has stepped up to sponsor a refugee family from Burundi.
From Edmonton, we get this look at what Lent is and is not.
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