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Tradition or disaster?

The sudden proliferation of gruesome images of adorable seal pups, the fierce debates between the government and animal rights groups, and the manipulative rhetoric used on both sides are some of the events that can be expected around the time of Canada's annual commercial seal hunt.
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Resettling and rebuilding

One would be hard-pressed to find two places with less in common than southern Bhutan and the town of Saint-Jérôme. In the south of Bhutan, the soaring peaks of the Himalayas descend into subtropical plains and fields of rice. Bhutan is primarily Buddhist and shares many cultural ties with its northern neighbour, Tibet.
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Audiophile

No more than two dozen patrons have filed into the upstairs concert hall of Montreal's La Sala Rosa for an evening of live jazz. Among the dedicated few sits Mark Crawford, a beer in his right hand and a focussed yet unassuming countenance on his face. Positioned front and centre, Mark is preparing a medium-sized microphone stand that is wired through a pre-amplifier, digital to analog converter, and power supply into his digital recorder.
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Montreal and the Aerospace Industry

Like most sectors in today's economy, the aerospace industry has suffered enormous losses over the past 18 months. Unlike its competitors, Montreal's aerospace industry is heavily focussed on the production and distribution of regional jets. However, in the current economic climate, Canada's primary aerospace hub will need to switch gears to a more environmentally friendly, more interconnected, and most of all, more innovative market.
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Suicide: it’s everybody’s problem

On November 18, a revision to the Criminal Code that makes it illegal to "counsel a person to commit suicide" or aid or abet them in doing so, regardless of whether they are successful, was passed unanimously in the House of Commons. The revision, which was proposed by Kitchener-Conestoga Member of Parliament Harold Albrecht, was a response to the March 2008 suicide of Nadia Kajouji, a first-year student at Carleton University who drowned herself in the Rideau River.
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