Monthly Archives: May 2017


Chris Cornell suicide, and spousal suspicion that Ativan may have been a factor. So much so that Rolling Stone runs a “What does it do?” article. Basic point being that Ativan is for panic attacks, not for depression. Know what … Continue reading

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Toute notre vie, depuis la naissance de nos enfants, on se bat. Story by Catherine Montambeault Journal de Montréal, le 22 mai 2017: “Appel à l’aide de parents d’enfants handicapés: À 21 ans, leur progéniture n’aura plus accès à des … Continue reading

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Comments from another: Nobody gets spared from the challenges of life. Or, if they do, I don’t like them. Something about trial by trial…

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Wondered about the treatment of developmentally-challenged persons, particularly children, amidst the chaos of Iraq and Syria. Shouldn’t have wondered. Hollowness of anticipated results. In terms of how many may still exist, should reports With lots of Getty Images, should reports … Continue reading

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What was

Rauceby Asylum (1897-1998).

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Sonita Alizadeh. What one didn’t know. Afghani female rapper, in relation to child sale and marriage: Nearly 800,000 views. Saw 2016 film about her, Sonita, by Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami, reflecting 8,500 views of the rap video shortly after release. Film also … Continue reading

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Kenora Transfer

What is a reverse tuition agreement? Where a First Nation provides funds to a board for on-reserve students attending board schools, and a board provides funds to the same First Nation for board pupils attending the First Nation school, an … Continue reading

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