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Dec 8, 2008 Claude Lapointe revient de loin — Le Journal de Québec
Le Journal de Québec
Le match des vieilles jambes du Canadien et des Nordiques représentait plus qu’une rencontre amicale pour Claude Lapointe. Elle se voulait sa première sortie dans son ancien milieu de travail à quelques semaines de la fin d’une longue cure de désintoxication.
Grâce à l’aide et aux outils que lui a remis le centre de réhabilitation pour toxicomanes Narconon, de Trois-Rivières, Lapointe croit qu’il a brisé sa dépendance à la cocaïne, cette poudre blanche qui a mis fin à sa carrière et ...
Sep 30, 2008 Jean-Paul Dubreuil interview (unofficial translation) — Le Canal Nouvelles (LCN)
Sep 18, 2008 Scientology link at Montessori school alarms parents — CBC
Some parents are upset with a study method introduced by a Montessori school in northwest Toronto, which they say has its roots in the Church of Scientology. Parents said the owner of the Bambolino Montessori Academy, a private school, told parents last week that it was introducing a new learning method called applied scholastics. Janice Blundon said parents like her weren't given a choice when the dean at her son's school told them they'd be implementing the study technique. "I let ...
Sep 5, 2008 Letters / Fair play for Scientology Re: "Campaign of harassment or just a wild imagination?" (Gazette, Aug. 16) — Montreal Gazette
Re: "Campaign of harassment or just a wild imagination?" (Gazette, Aug. 16). Because of the outrageous allegations in this story about the Church of Scientology I feel the need to respond. First of all, we don't know the name or whereabouts of the so-called "anonymiss," nor have we tried to find out. Her claims are ludicrous and, to be charitable, the product of her wild imagination. However, the campaign she and her "anonymous" comrades are involved in is, by their own ...
Aug 16, 2008 Campaign of harassment or just a wild imagination? — Montreal Gazette
Anonymous is the name of a new worldwide group that communicates mostly online and protests against the Church of Scientology. Critics say the church, founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, uses secretive practices, makes cult-like demands, extorts money from its members and harasses those who claim to expose the truth about it. Which explains the anonymity central to the anti-Scientology group. In February, anti-Scientology activists in Montreal joined others around the world in the organization's first simultaneous masked protest, ...
Aug 6, 2008 Anonymous versus Scientology — The Boar (University of Waterloo, Canada)
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