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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Thursday, September 20, 2012
When the Royal Canadian Air Force deployed over Libyan skies, its pilots bedded down safe and sound in hotels in Sicily.
Ontario To Lose Tons Of Jobs Under EU Free Trade: Think Tank
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Poll Shows Biggest Obama Lead Yet
'World's Best' Tap Water Contaminated
U.S. Soldier Being Deported Today
Tim Hudak: How I Would Bring Healthcare Back to Life
With a $15 billion deficit, Ontario can't afford to keep throwing money at health care. We need to be smarter about how we spend what we have, and to always put patients' needs first. That's the context in which we offer our ideas for restructuring health care. But here's the most important thing: The next time a loved one needs some combination of hospital care, home care and the attention of their physician, and you want to help guide them along from one stage to another, you'll both know just where to go, and when. No more run-around.
Dr. Patricia Fitzgerald: Why Coffee Is Good for You
The benefits of coffee can extend beyond what the studies show, to the psychological, societal and cultural benefits of the world's most popular beverage.
Andrew Sheehan: Dispatches From Damascus: How the Other Half Live
While many Syrians have suffered immensely during the current conflict, others continue to live much as before. One week, a young single mother and her two-year-old son came to stay in my house for a few days, her home destroyed and ransacked. Later that week, I went out and met a western friend for a drink in the old city. All of the girls were expensively and revealingly dressed and danced with their male companions seemingly unencumbered by their towering heels, while everyone was knocking back a range of exotic cocktails and shots.
Tara MacInnis: Fashion is Expression, But is it Art?
To me and to countless others, fashion is another form of expression, like music, literature, art and dance, with the added benefit that everyone in western society participates in it, whether consciously or not. A piece is not created to stagnantly hang on someone's wall -- it is created to be worn on someone's back, and to fulfill a basic human need. If you don't think this can be done artistically, you've been spending too much time looking at American Apparel T-shirts.
Barbara Hannah Grufferman: Life After 50: This Could Be the Most Important Exercise You'll Ever Do
When I turned 50 a few years ago, I looked in the mirror and said, "Now what?"

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