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Summer Reading

August 26, 2014 11:52 am
Summer Reading

Be sure to add Ottawa Stories: Trials and Triumphs in Bytown History, by Clifford Scott to your summer reading list. A collection of historical vignettes will take you on a journey through Ottawa as it once was to where it stands now. Read about the devastation of fires and diseases […]

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How a National Drug Plan Can Boost the Canadian Economy

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How a National Drug Plan Can Boost the Canadian Economy

Canadians pay among the highest costs per capita among OECD countries for prescription drugs, with one Canadian out of 10 unable to fill their prescriptions because of financial reasons. According to the recently released study A Roadmap to a Rational Pharmacare Policy in Canada, commissioned by the Canadian Federation of Nurses […]

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Enjoy Some Digital Family Time Together

August 25, 2014 2:03 pm
Enjoy Some Digital Family Time Together

No negative behaviour associated with kids’ use of video games in households with strong parent-child bond By: Nicole Letourneau and Justin Joschko We live in a digital age. Technology has become an integral part of how we see, learn about and interact with the world. From computers at the office, […]

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Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese and Fresh Dill Appetizers

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Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese and Fresh Dill Appetizers

Recipe courtesy of Udi’s Gluten Free. Serves 2 The classic cream cheese, local smoked salmon and fresh dill combination is delightfully transformed with a simple twist: fresh lemon zest in every bite. Food styling suggestions White plate with focus on the contrast between pink salmon and green dill, adding a fresh […]

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