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'Gov't has implemented restrictions preventing scientists from speaking freely'

Are Canadian scientists being stopped from sharing information with the public? That's what Canada's Information Commissioner will be investigating. We hear from Clayton Greenwood, the author of the report.

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Up North Kenora opens seed library Oct 31, 2014 | 4:06The Kenora Public Library has just named its new seed library after Ivy Camire to mark her passing.
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Up North Wild game served for northern fundraiser Oct 31, 2014 | 6:03The Val Caron Rod and Gun Club is hosting a fundraising dinner that will feature Porketta, but instead of using pork, they'll make it with beaver.
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Homerun Poppy donations stolen from Jewish General Hospital volunteer Oct 31, 2014 | 5:38Sue Smith speaks to Sandy Bernstein, 88. She says she can't believe someone would take money from veterans who sacrifice their lives for our country.
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