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Cultural conflict sours Easter celebrations

Mounting tensions with the Orthodox Hasidic community in a Montreal borough have forced a nearby Russian Orthodox Church to give up an Easter ritual that’s been a tradition for nearly 50 years. The Link’s Carmel Kilkenny has the story.

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