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A Canadian doctor suspended after she was found to be incompetent in her personal “care” of 24 patients.

Cathy Frank, an obstetrician-gynecologist from St. Thomas, has been barred from practising for two years by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. The decision, released in February, reveals more than 30 patients filed complaints to the college against Frank between 2009 and 2012. The incidents date back to …

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How many hours did “The Canadian cutie” spend at the tattoo studio!? [PHOTOS]

  Justin Bieber loves every single one of the tattoos that cover his entire chest and isn’t afraid to show it. The Canadian took Instagram to show off all his impressive tattoo art, “If [being] tattooed didn’t hurt, everyone would have them.” “Well maybe not everyone,” he added. “Over a …

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Canada; Ontario schools are ignoring arts education?

  Arts education is being squeezed out, inequitably funded and delivered by underqualified teachers in schools across Ontario, according to a new report released Tuesday. Schools in Brantford’s Catholic board “barely have storage space, let alone additional space for any learning outside the normal classroom environment,” one principal reported, when …

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Is this Canadian teen asking the government to stop legal regulation against firearms?

A petition launched by a 15-year-old Coalhurst resident opposing Bill C-71 has drawn more than 40,000 signatures in less than a week.   Ryan Slingerland, a southern Alberta teen with an interest in politics, was in Ottawa when the Liberal government’s proposed changes to firearms regulations were introduced in March. He …

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Toronto bids on the company that’s on Trump’s way?

Presidential tweets may bode in favour of Toronto by allowing the company to diversify some political risk. The quick-to-tweet American president’s recent flurry of posts attacking Amazon.com raises the political stakes in the tech titan’s consideration of Toronto, the only non-American city on the short list, for its second headquarters. …

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NATO’s secretary general says: “he hasn’t given up on a return to a more cordial rapport with Russia, despite the recent wave of diplomatic expulsions”.

Jens Stoltenberg spoke at a University of Ottawa town hall on Wednesday. The Western military alliance, in concert with allies, last week expelled seven Russian diplomats and refused the accreditation of three others in response to Moscow’s alleged involvement in a nerve agent attack on a former spy and his …

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