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When Prime Minister Jean Chretien arrived in St. John's on September 22 to make a speech at the Softworld ‘98 conference, he was greeted by a peaceful -- but extremely vocal -- protest outside the Delta Hotel.
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Hi-tech companies make deals at Softworld ‘98
Newfoundland and Labrador has been making its presence known in the Information Technology sector for many years and it reaffirmed its influence by playing host to the world at Softworld '98.
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      German teenagers like what they see in Canada
Young people who have recently immigrated to Canada from Germany are discovering many differences between the country they left and their new home.
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Deadly intersection in rural Manitoba needs traffic lights
The communities of Winkler and Morden have asked that traffic lights be installed at the corner of two Manitoba highways that intersect near their towns.
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      Manitoba community to vote on keeping video lottery terminals
Citizens of the town of Winkler will have the opportunity to vote on whether or not to keep video lottery terminals in the community.
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Parents urged to monitor kids' Internet activity
Monitoring what students are doing on the World Wide Web is getting harder and harder. And that means teachers, librarians, and administrators are exasperated and throwing it back in the laps of the parents.
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      Exploring the hi-tech side of the entertainment industry
The line between reality and illusion is becoming blurred because computer animation is making movies look real.
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Student reporters go online with SNN
Canadian students now have a place to publish their written, video and audio journalism.
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