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Episode date22 May 2012

The Link – Monday, May 22, 2012

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Quebec students are grabbing headlines around the world. Lynn Desjardins takes a look at why tough legislation is not likely to stop their protests against tuition hikes; Does Canada have Dutch disease? Frank Rackow tells us about a new report that says Canada`s competitive difficulties in manufacturing have more to do with offshore competition than the value of the Canadian dollar; as part of RCI's 'Democracy and Religion web series, Carmel Kilkenny speaks to Ron Boyer, the man who championed the case of Kateri Tekawitha, the first native North American to be made a saint in the Roman Catholic Church; polar bear expert Andrew Derocher tells us that Grolar bear numbers are on the rise in Canada's Western Arctic ; and, Terry Haig is in with a look at what’s making news in sports.


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