Sunday, November 10, 2013

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Sunday November 10 2013 edition

COLUMNS

Arts- Veterans Week: author David O'Keefe on Dieppe

Marc Montgomery speaking to author and historian David O'Keefe

This week on our arts, culture, and lifestyle show, we stay with our theme of Veterans Week, the officially designated week leading up to Canada's Remembrance Day of November 11, when we remember our ...

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Dogs meet university students to ease stress

Dogs are available to students who are feeling stressed or otherwise in need of creature comfort as part of a new pet therapy program at the University of Ottawa in Canada’s capital.

“There was a professor…who loved dogs and had a certified pet therapy dog who was volunteering her time in the senior homes and hospitals,” ...

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Mental health disorders spike in young Canadians

In 2009, 87,859 young aged 12 to 19 were diagnosed with mood disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, mania or dysthymia (persistent depressive disorder) according to government statistics.  In 2012 that number had risen to 111,930.  There are several theories as to why that is.

“Some people say that they’re being over-protected by this generation of parents, that ...

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YOUR CHOICES

Costumes honoring Canadian astronaut popular on Halloween

Canadians young and old are dressing up as astronauts for Halloween, and the idea came from Canada’s most popular astronaut himself. Last week, Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian commander of the International Space Station, tweeted out a call for pictures of astronaut costumes for Halloween.

“I'll send the winners some cool prizes!” he tweeted.

That’s all it took for ...

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The Square wins at Toronto film fest

A gritty documentary about Egypt’s revolution won the People’s Choice Documentary award at the Toronto International Film Festival which wrapped up on the weekend.

The Square by Egyptian-American director Jehane Noujaim uses hand-held amateur footage gathered in Tahrir Square to document sit-ins, protests and riots that began two years ago. The uprising eventually led to the overthrow ...

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