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Egan: Burned boy offers gleeful 'thank you' two months after crib fire in Kanata

The Kanata toddler burned when fire engulfed his crib in the dead of night has made a remarkable recovery.

Video of 20-month-old Cody, scooting around barefoot in pyjamas, was posted on father Chris McNeil’s Facebook site last week. 262 more words

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713. Raleigh Road, Vector (8)

The relatively recent hoardings (erected about four months ago) in Raleigh Road have provided an opportunity for some great displays of street/graffiti art. The appearance and disappearance of hoardings and the art adorning them is all part of the changing landscape in Bristol. 96 more words


Reality check: Does prolonged breastfeeding make your child smarter?

Breastfeeding is known to have many health benefits for babies, like reducing a child’s risk of obesity, for example. But can mother’s milk have an effect on a baby’s intelligence and behaviour later in life? 706 more words


688. Church Road top (1)

Tucked away behind an industrial unit in Church Road is a little lane that I have not visited before. The building is sprayed with permitted pieces all around, and many of them by Cheo. 81 more words


CHEO employee breached privacy as nearly 300 patients' info shared with students

A former part-time instructor at Algonquin College and CHEO employee shared the private information of 283 patients with students, prompting the end of their employment at the college and a privacy investigation at the hospital, the Citizen has learned. 623 more words

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676. Upfest 2016 (103)

This is one of the premium walls at Upfest, and last year was the proud home of this magnificent Martin Ron piece. This year it was the turn of one of the Godfathers of Bristol graffiti/street art – Cheo. 196 more words


How Ottawa's CHEO gave a Syrian mother back her hope

Baraa Alwafei was born into war five years ago in the beleaguered city of Homs, Syria.

Homs was under siege by the Syrian military when his mother, Rehab Alaranout, went into labour. 826 more words

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