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Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 12:48:47 EDT
HEAT WAVE COULD BE START OF SUMMER-LONG TREND
As people in Ontario and Quebec suffer through the first heat wave of
the season, Environment Canada is projecting abnormally high
temperatures this summer across the country.
HISTORIC LUNENBURG CHURCH REOPENS
Parishioners in a Nova Scotia community are celebrating the reopening
of their 250-year-old church, which has been painstakingly restored
after being gutted by fire in 2001.
BALLOON-BORNE TELESCOPE LAUNCHES, WITH CANADIAN HELP
A new-generation telescope that will help the study of galaxy and star
formation has been launched on a huge balloon from Europe, with the
help of Canadian engineers and scientists.
GROUP WAGES WAR ON STUBBORN SHRUB
Volunteers in Edmonton have armed themselves with saws to battle a
pesky plant that was first a problem-solver, but is now seen as too
much of a good thing.