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Hormones, growth spurts, acne: What parents, preteens need to know about puberty

TORONTO – His voice deepens, he grows a little stubble and he’s suddenly very cognizant of the opposite sex. Meanwhile, she’s growing into training bras and learning about her monthly cycle. 1,062 more words

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Store manager heartbroken after signed hockey jerseys stolen from charity auction

The New Jersey Devils and Chicago Blackhawks jerseys signed by star NHL goaltenders Martin Brodeur and Corey Crawford were the big-ticket items at a Carlingwood Mall drugstore’s charity auction the past two weeks — that is, until they were stolen Monday night. 515 more words

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Ottawa hospitals to get $9.3 million infrastructure funding

Five Ottawa hospitals will receive nearly $9.3 million over the next year to repair worn roofs, replace leaking windows, upgrade fire alarm systems, fix aging heating and cooling systems, and address other infrastructure needs. 484 more words

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Photographers give grieving parents something to hold onto

Warning: Some readers might find the images with this story disturbing.

Anthony Thibault-Canas was almost 35 weeks and a whopping nine pounds when he was born at the Ottawa General Hospital a little over a year ago. 2,701 more words

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No costumes allowed as superheroes visit CHEO

Canadian Tire Centre will host Marvel Universe Live, a theatrical performance starring 25 Marvel superheroes, including The Incredible Hulk, Spiderman and Hawkeye, over the holiday weekend from Friday to Sunday. 254 more words

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4. Redland Station

Another mural by Cheo, that I have never really paid too much attention to, despite seeing it frequently.

The mural, which includes his signature bees, can be found on the end wall of the garages, at the entrance to the station. 6 more words

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CHEO unveils pilot support project for families with chronically ill children

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Friday unveiled a pilot program to help families with seriously ill children, bolstered by a $2.4-million, five-year grant from the federal government. 341 more words

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