H1N1 vaccine

By Marina Lowell - Published on Sunday, 01 November 2009 09:54

The H1N1 vaccine has been tested in both clinical trials and live vaccination campaigns in 14 countries. The results were reviewed by a group of experts from around the world. This group is the highest-level advisory body to the World Health Organization on vaccination policy.

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Sexuality project

By Jenna Winter - Published on Monday, 19 October 2009 08:52

Mammalian Diving Reflex is a non-profit, Toronto-based performance company that creates socially and politically engaged critical art projects. We are currently in the preliminary research phase of a new project which is being produced for, about, and with older adults. We are looking to talk to seniors about their own views and experiences of dating, relationships and sexuality, both in the present and throughout their lives. The project will be presented in Oldenburg, Germany in spring 2009. Anyone who may be interested in participating in the project, please call 416-642-5772 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it For additional materials or more information about Mammalian, please call or visit our website:

A complete , content woman

By Preeti Singh - Published on Sunday, 18 October 2009 08:31

Known as an epitome of strength, Sonya Kulwant Singh was the most graceful lady in any event, gathering or simply the neighbourhood. With elegance in her blood, Sonya was a woman who emanated an undeterred endurance to overcome any challenge, large or small, which came in her way. It was simply her blind faith in God , that helped her overcome any fears in life, till her last breath.

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Mammalian diving reflex

By Jenna Winter - Published on Thursday, 15 October 2009 11:49

Founded in 1993, Mammalian Diving Reflex is an award-winning performance company dedicated to investigating the social sphere. We make work that interacts directly with the community and dismantles barriers between individuals, and we are always on the lookout for contradictions to whip into aesthetically scintillating experiences. Our goal is to create activist performance able to meld polemic with artistic rigour, creating work that is meticulous, uncompromising and thorough in its examination of political and social ontologies while still maintaining a total commitment to easy accessibility and entertainment.

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Planting the Seeds for Healthy Living

By Kulbinder Saran Caldwell - Published on Tuesday, 22 September 2009 22:30

Pomegranates have found their way into many culinary delights, but it’s not just because they taste good.  Many Canadians have discovered including the exotic red fruit as part of their diet will help them reduce their risk of cancer and heart disease.  It is considered the next nutritional powerhouse and can be found in many variations from cocktails to body lotion.  In fact, pomegranate juice has higher antioxidant activity than green tea and red wine.

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