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Deep Six: Estrada's struggles in new-look rotation continue as Blue Jays routed by Angels

Maybe Roy Halladay was right all along.

Maybe, just maybe, this idea of a six-man rotation isn’t for everyone.

Maybe it’s nothing more than a case of solving one perceived problem just to create another. 975 more words

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Canada’s special forces commander faces court martial charges for firearm accident in Iraq

Canada’s top special forces soldier has been charged after accidentally firing his rifle as he prepared to visit the frontlines in northern Iraq.

Maj.-Gen. Mike Rouleau, a special forces combat veteran and head of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command, will face a court martial for a “negligent discharge” from his firearm last year, the Canadian military said. 412 more words

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Mayor of Ontario town says province is 'killing him' by refusing to pay for experimental cancer treatment

Late last year, Hector Macmillan started getting pains in his back. The long-time mayor of a little Ontario town figured this was from staying awake too late watching the news and falling asleep on the couch. 755 more words

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Faceplant at the First Hurdle

It was a sunny afternoon and I was pushing SP on the swings in the park. My phone rang. “Hello, this is ****, EHCP Coordinator from the Council.” Ah, marvellous! 1,128 more words

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For mild depression, try jogging, yoga, or any form of aerobic exercise before drugs, psychiatrists say

A notable group of psychiatrists is recommending a novel new treatment for moderate depression that they say appears to be tolerated well: yoga.

And they say jogging, swimming, dancing, brisk walking or any form of aerobic exercise that increases breathing and heart rate also work. 644 more words

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Licence to walk: Montreal paw patrol tickets poodle for lack of ID, but he's licensed in neighbouring borough

Until recently, Ringo, a three-year-old poodle in Montreal, had a spotless record. No scraps with other dogs at the dog park; just a playful bundle of white fur who liked to chase after squirrels. 603 more words

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Surveyed doctors want THC in recreational marijuana to be regulated

VANCOUVER — The Canadian Medical Association says 72 per cent of doctors who responded to a survey it conducted want the federal government to regulate THC levels in recreational marijuana. 389 more words

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