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1377. Raleigh Road (5)

This is another old one from 2016 on a wall that is no longer accessible, but was once a choice wall for the ASK crew. This is a fine piece by Cheo, which I have been looking at for ages, but still can’t make out the writing. 47 more words


1370. Upfest 2017 (149)

What a brilliant piece this is from Cheo, the largest of several walls from the artist at Upfest featurig the animation character Morph. In this piece Morph is joined by his erstwhile partner in crime Chas. 150 more words


CHEO gets $105 million to contain special needs services under one roof

After years of sending children and their families across the city for outpatient mental health and special needs services, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario will get a long-awaited new building to contain those services under one youth-friendly roof. 516 more words

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Overcrowded CHEO forced to send sick infants, children to other cities

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario sent 19 critically ill patients to out-of-town hospitals last month as it resorted to unusual measures to manage overcrowding in its intensive care units. 517 more words

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CHEO patient volumes reach 'unprecedented' levels as influenza B surges

CHEO patient volumes have reached “unprecedented levels” as the hospital’s emergency department struggles to cope with a sustained influx of flu patients.

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario saw 7,200 patients in January — more than in any month of the H1N1 flu outbreak that badly stressed the health care system in the winter of 2009. 641 more words

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CHEO therapist helps Paralympians achieve dreams, disabled children find joy

In her final year studying human kinetics at the University of Ottawa, Emily Glossop’s career path was set by pure chance when she pulled a research assignment out of a hat. 1,085 more words

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Grieving father feared for young sons after healthy wife dies from flu in mere days

The sorrow gripping Donald Marengère turned quickly to fear in the hours after he had watched, helplessly, as his wife slipped away.

The Gatineau father of two found himself back in a hospital room — the fifth different hospital he’d visited in as many days on a confounding and ultimately tragic journey — fearing his five-year-old son had contracted the same deadly flu virus that had killed the boy’s mother, 39-year-old Cynthia Thibaudeau, just hours earlier. 653 more words

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