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Day 6 Enemies on earth, partners in space?

By 2017, NASA might not have to rely on Russia anymore to transport its astronauts to the ISS. Brent Bambury asks Chris Hadfield if US/Russia tensions could affect co-operation in space.

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The Sunday Edition Text book prices that break the bank

With two sons in university, Michael Enright reflects on the high cost of text books.

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C'est la vie Blending French and English lyrics

The post-rap group, Dead Obies, upsets some critics because they blend French and English lyrics. Meet some members of the group and discover their music and philosophy.

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