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Oscar Wilde Still Going Strong at the NAC

October 30, 2014 10:02 am
Alex McCooeye, Christopher Morris. Photo by Andree Lanthier

Alex McCooeye, Christopher Morris. Photo by Andree Lanthier He may be one hundred and sixty years old, but there is no question Oscar Wilde still has what it takes to please a crowd. Even when it’s done badly, you love it. Thankfully, The Importance of Being Earnest, the season opener for […]

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Garry Bowes collaborates with Mother Nature

October 29, 2014 2:00 pm
Garry Bowes collaborates with Mother Nature

To breathe new life into fallen trees by creating wood sculptures. After working for the National Research Council of Canada for 35 years as a meteorologist developing equipment and techniques for measuring radio activity, Gary Bowes turned his technical skills technical skills to new projects. “When I retired I thought; […]

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Those Pesky Wisdom Teeth

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Those Pesky Wisdom Teeth

By: Dr. Samuel Kucey, DDS, FRCD(C), Dip. ABOMS In North America, it is a rite of passage to be considered for removal of wisdom teeth, particularly in the orthodontic population. The first appearance of wisdom teeth occurs in the early teens and is complete in the late teens. Sometimes the jaw […]

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Canada Relying too Heavily on Unpaid Caregivers—At a Cost

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Canada Relying too Heavily on Unpaid Caregivers—At a Cost

Almost half a million Canadians go without necessary homecare. The unexpected and largely unreported good news about homecare in this country is that the vast majority of Canadians who receive home help or homecare for a chronic health condition are getting all the services they need. According to a recently […]

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