Sunday, December 8, 2013

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Sunday December 8 2013 edition

COLUMNS

Arts: The legend of Big Joe Mufferaw

This week on our spotlight on Arts culture and lifestyle...a look back at a Canadian legend.


Artist Clermont Duval with his paintings in his gallery in Mattawa, Ont (2007) © Doug Mackey- Past Forward Heritage ...

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Allergy advice for babies changes

Doctors are no longer advising that babies at risk for food allergies avoid eating allergenic foods like peanuts, eggs, and fish.  New research indicates that delaying the introduction of such foods will not prevent the development of food allergies, so the Canadian Paediatric Society with support from the Dietitians of Canada has issued a statement recommending parent not restrict the ...

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Politics Today - December 8, 2013

On this edition of Politics Today RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda reviews Canada's relationship with South Africa and its strong connection with Nelson Mandela.

He also reports on a government MP's private member's bill to reform parliament, new labour legislation in the western Canadian province of Alberta, and an unprecedented press conference in Canada's upper chamber, the Senate.

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YOUR CHOICES

Woman who lost lottery ticket, about to get $50 million

Kathryn Jones tried to prepare herself for the worst, but now it looks as if she will get the $50 million jackpot in the Ontario provincial lottery, even though she lost her lottery ticket.

“The case of this outstanding $50 million LOTTO MAX jackpot is one of the most unique in OLG’s history,” said Rod Phillips, President and CEO ...

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Passing of Cliff Chadderton, an inspirational Canadian hero

Cliff Chadderton passed away this weekend. He was 94.

A war veteran, he never stopped serving Canada and Canadians.


Cliff Chadderton in May 2010 showen wearing military medals and many of the honourary medals he has been awareded for his tireless ...

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Bill 52-Euthanasia moves forward in Quebec

The mostly French speaking province of Quebec is pushing ahead with plans to create a policy allowing medical aid in dying.  While they are calling the bill “an act respecting end of life care” others say that it is making euthanasia legal, and leaves room for mistakes and abuses. Those opposed also claim such mistakes and ease of access to ...

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Toxic cocaine now making its way to north Ontario

Previously detected in major southern urban centres, medical staff in Sudbury, in northern Ontario, are seeing more cases of complications for people using  cocaine which is being laced with a toxic chemical.  Doctors, other medical officials, and social workers are sounding the alarm about the effects of cocaine cut with the drug “levamisole”.

Originally used in the 1970s for ...

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