Sunday, September 29, 2013

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Sunday September 29 2013 edition

COLUMNS

New guidelines for lasting concussion symptoms

Doctors can now access new guidelines to treat patients whose symptoms from concussion last longer than usual and to help them get back to their normal activities. There has been much discussion in Canada about brain injury resulting from sports like hockey and football. Efforts are made to prevent concussions and there is new research on their ...

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Arts-Celtic Harmonies International festival in Quebec.

This week, we have word of a wonderful celebration of Celtic tradition in Canada.

Certainly the celtic heritage and presence is strong in east-coast Canada, where there are schools of piping, kilts sometimes seen as daily garb, and gaelic can still occasionally be heard,

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Politics Today - September 29, 2013

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda focuses on the criticism by 18 former Canadian diplomats, cabinet ministers, and foreign affairs experts of the Canadian government's attitude towards the United Nations.

He also deals with Canada's delaying of signing the UN Arms Trade Treaty, the death of a Canadian diplomat in Kenya, and the end of ...

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YOUR CHOICES

Innovation in 3D printing and spinal bone grafts at Canada's McGill University

A team led by McGill University’s Dr Michael H Weber, and Professor Jake Barralet, are developing a new technology with a 3D printer which seeks to create replicas of bone for spinal grafts..

The concept creates a bone-like replacement material in the exact shape of bone or bone segment which is to be removed.

Professor Barralet holds the ...

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Barbie joins the Mounties

 Canada’s national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are typically known more simply as “the Mounties”   Now they have a new member, well, sort of.

"Unarmed" but otherwise relatively correct uniform.for "Mountie Barbie" @ $30 Canadian ...

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Canadian foreign affairs experts condemn Canada's attitude towards United Nations

A group of former diplomats, cabinet ministers, and foreign affairs experts think the Canadian government and Prime Minister Stephen Harper should rethink their attitude towards the United Nations.

In a press conference Monday (September 23) a number of the experts spoke out as they unveiled a booklet of essays titled: "The United Nations and Canada: What Canada has ...

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