Metro Snapshot: April 1, 2008

Controversy in Quebec, Green Zone attacks in Baghdad, allegations of electoral fraud in Zimbabwe, lost treasure being sold in Dallas, and a lost love child in celebrityville. To find out what you need to know today, <a href="halifax/metrosnapshot/article/34282">read the Metro Snapshot</a>.


Two university presidents said that higher tuition was not a barrier for out-of-province students, but students disagreed, while still applauding a new bursary for Nova Scotian students. A Coast Guard ship collided with a protest boat, and critics blasted
Premier Rodney MacDonald's plan not to apply 100% of the Crown Share payment to pay down the debt.


Stephane Dion was under rhetorical fire in Quebec for some controversial moves in a cabinet shuffle, and the Baghdad Green Zone was under attack again. Sealers "limped back to port" after a tragic start to the season, and election results slowly trickled out of Zimbabwe.


A man was selling lost treasure he found as a child, Madonna was bullied as a child, and Heath Ledger was rumoured to have a love child. Lisi Tesher says communication is important, and that money is the main cause of most arguments.

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