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The National Youth Peace Prize

Co-sponsored by Science for Peace and the National Youth Science Fair Foundation. Contributions to prizes, nationally and regionally, are tax deductible through Science for Peace.

The BC Chapter has voted money for its regional Youth Science Fair and arranged for judges.

Walter Dorn has completed his study of peace-keeping satellites, a review of the literature and the concept,for CIIPS.

THE QUEBEC CENTRE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT AND COMMUNITY HEALTH (Dr. Paul Cappon, director) has announced the ‘AMBASSADORS OF PEACE’ program to develop human understanding and friendships between Quebec and Soviet young people. 15 boys and 15 girls, aged 12-14. will visit the Soviet Union in May — a follow-up to the International Year of Peace.

John Buttrick has accepted the chair of the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly in Toronto and will resign as treasurer of the Toronto Chapter.

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