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Archive for August 2016

Don’t Minimize Children’s Anxiety about Pandemics, says Psychiatrist

By Gail Bergman and Indira Tarachandra It takes longer for children than adults to get over traumatic experiences; fears must be addressed to avoid development of more serious conditions Newmarket, Ontario – May 8, 2009 – The spread and severity of the Influenza A (H1N1) virus may fluctuate as the days go on, but for many children, the anxiety of contracting the mysterious flu remains constant. As a result, parents […]

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Donna Magazine’s Updates

Donna Magazine has another site called Donna Magazine’s Updates at: There you can find information on education matters. I also have another site at: This site is about beauty issues. Donna Kakonge, owner of Donna Magazine, also has five new books out called School Works – Other Essays , Yes, School Works, Honest Psychic Chats, The Write Heart, Story Ideas: Help For Writer’s Block, Listening to Music, This […]

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[TPS] – Taste of the Danforth, Friday, August 5, 2016 to Sunday, August 7, 2016, Road closure

Toronto Police Service News Release Taste of the Danforth, Friday, August 5, 2016 to Sunday, August 7, 2016, Road closure Wednesday, August 3, 2016 – 6:59 AM Public Safety – Special Events 416-808-5048 From Friday, August 5, 2016 to Sunday, August 7, 2016, the Greektown on the Danforth BIA will host the 2016 Taste of the Danforth. Road closures: – start on Friday, August 5, 2016, 11 a.m. until Monday, […]

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Atlantic provinces need more to fund health care

English Could gain almost $150M more in health care funding with a demographic top-up to the Canada Health Transfer FREDERICTON, May 12, 2016 /CNW/ – Dr. Chris Simpson, past president of  the Canadian Medical Association, urged Atlantic Canada’s premiers today to push for a CMA-recommended demographic top-up to the health transfer to support providing the right care for their aging populations. In the case of Atlantic Canada, a demographic top-up would […]

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UPDATE: Musicworks’ 2016 Sonic Geography Writing Contest Deadline Extended!

  OPEN YOUR EARS AND SHARPEN YOUR PENCILS! MUSICWORKS’ 6th ANNUAL SONIC GEOGRAPHY WRITING CONTEST IS OPEN ***DEADLINE EXTENDED TO AUGUST 28, 2016*** Juried contest offers top three winners cash prizes and publication in Canada’s acclaimed magazine about experimental music and sound art For immediate release: TORONTO, CANADA, August 2, 2016—Musicworks’ 2016 contests are open to receive entries from anywhere in the world! Musicworks is Canada’s only print magazine that explores experimental music. Its two […]

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Less is More When Staining Exterior Wood, Says CIL Paints

CIL introduces new line of environmentally-friendly exterior wood stains designed to make staining process simpler, longer-lasting By Gail Bergman and Indira Tarachandra Toronto, Ontario – May 12, 2009 – With the warmer weather here, now is the time to preserve your homes’ exterior wood surfaces, from decks and porches to fences, siding and outdoor furniture. But before you lift a brush, remember that less is more when it comes to […]

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One for me and one for you –

Save 20% when you buy two or more print books View this email in your browser. Reading season is heating up and so are the sales at Lulu. Enter code 2FORYOU at checkout and save 20% when you buy two or more print books. This offer ends August 7th. Remember, coupon codes are CASE-SENSITIVE. The fine print: Applies to print books only. Cannot be combined with other offers and cannot be […]

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CIL Introduces New Environmentally-Friendly Exterior Wood Stains

Line includes good-better-best selections for all performance requirements By Gail Bergman and Indira Tarachandra Toronto, Ontario – May 11, 2009 – As Canadians increasingly look for green lifestyles by extending their living spaces outside, CIL Paints is helping to make outdoor living even greener with the launch this month of a new line of exterior wood stains that are better for the environment.

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