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On October 17th, 2010, Brother André got canonized by Pope Benedict XVI for his miraculous acts and for his generosity.  The canonization was all over the news, at least in Quebec.  It was a great moment of pride for all French Canadians.  Since, many canonizations were done, but it has not been as exposed, except one.  Junipero Serra, a Spanish priest who was a missionary in California in the 1770’s, was canonized on September 23rd, 2015.  This canonization was more of a controversy than a cheerful event.  He founded many missions in California to colonize it and to convert First Nations I

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    The article 3 of the human right of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right to life (The Universal Declaration of Human Rights). But what happens when someone gives up their right to live and wishes to die? The right to die is a subject that brings up a lot of controversy. An example is euthanasia which is a way to kill someone that is very sick to avoid more suffering (Euthanasia).   This text will go over the different thoughts on the practice of euthanasia on human beings.

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Microchip implants in the human body were reported to be practised as far back as 1998 by Kevin Warwick, a British scientist ("Microchip Implants Closer to Reality"). Also known as an identifying integrated circuit device or RFID, it consists of a CPU in a silicate glass that is implanted in the human body to reactivate malfunctioning nerves. This CPU is connected to external data bases which contain any medical history of the patient ("Microchip Implants Closer to Reality").

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