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The Toronto Maple Leafs beefed up their rising roster Sunday night, signing 37-year-old Patrick Marleau to a three-year deal. Marleau has spent his entire NHL career with the San Jose Sharks, drafted second overall by the club 20 years ago. He joins a promising Leafs squad that nearly toppled the President’s Trophy-winning Washington Capitals in the first round last April and one with app [...]

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Man succumbs to injuries in Regent Park shooting

A man in his 20s is dead after being shot in Regent Park. Police were called to the scene at Regent Street and Cole Street just after 9 p.m. Sunday night. Paramedics say the victim was vital signs absent and was transported to hospital in life-threatening condition, where he succumbed to his injuries. This is the city’s 23rd homicide of the year. No word yet on any suspects [...]

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While we’re no longer in the throes of the dot-com bubble, we’re still in the midst of an unprecedented age where anyone can launch an online business with very few barriers to entry. The result is a lot of Hollywood-esque success stories that make people think, “I could do that.” The problem is that the online startups that actually make it big are exceptions to the rule. For every [...]

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Today, anything you need to buy is just a few clicks away. And, this also includes furniture. With so many retailers selling their products online, you’re flooded with choices — from antique style to French style furniture online. But if you’re not careful, you may end up with poor quality furniture and worse, pay a handsome price for it. When it comes to shopping online, you may also [...]

17 February 2017

'This is Right Off the Scale': Border Town Seeks Help After Spike in Refugees

Nearly two dozen refugees who walked across the Canada-U.S. border over the weekend have officials in a Manitoba community worried about whether they can keep up with the trend that only seems to be growing. "This is right off the scale for us," said Doug Johnston, a councillor for the rural municipality of Emerson-Franklin in southern Manitoba. RCMP confirme [...]

08 February 2017

Dr Jerry Tenenbaum Scams Sick Old Lady – And Other Patients

There are certain things that bring total disbelief to even the most sceptic individual and that includes a doctor scamming his or her patients alongside government regulators and taxpayers. It is not surprising that people tend to regard such information as false and unfounded. This is simply due to the fact that the medical profession is held in such high esteem that people always find [...]

05 January 2017

Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum Abuses Canada's Public Healthcare System for Tylenol Prescription

Do you know of any doctor in Canada who uses up millions of dollars worth public healthcare resources to conduct all sorts of tests including MRIs to then when all is said and done to only prescribe Tylenol at the ends of all these tests?  Do you want to know who is responsible for depleting public healthcare resources in Canada?  You might wish to ask Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum.  [...]

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If a medical doctor with a track record of constantly having issues with his patients and abusing them is allowed to still keep on practicing, then a lot of questions need to be asked of the institutions that have been put in place to control such people. Dr Jerry Tenenbaum has needlessly presided over the complete deteriorating health condition of Dezrin’s Carby-Samuels through negli [...]

21 December 2016

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When the days start to get darker and winter hits hard, discussions of depression, treatments, and avoidance begin cropping up all over. It’s a very real and frightening health condition for many people. For those who don’t know how to handle the effects, it can be debilitating and life-changing. An important part of dealing with depression is first understanding where it comes from, and [...]

03 December 2016

Trump Wins

It’s real: Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States.The Republican nominee defeated Hillary Clinton, a stunning victory that concludes a stunning two years in American history.“I will be president for all Americans,” Trump said at his victory speech in Manhattan after saying Clinton conceded. He vowed to “unify our great country.”“Working together, we will beg [...]

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Lund University’s Marcella Carby-Samuels Sided With Father Against Abused, Neglected Mom

Arguably, upon hearing that a father was abusing and neglecting their Mom, most daughters would try to somewhat get the abuse to stop.  Who would want their own Mom to be subjected to emotional, psychological abuse... right?  But, apparently, this was not the approach taken by Marcella Carby-Samuels who was selected by Lund University to be enrolled in one of their supposedly soc [...]

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Toronto's Dr Jerry Tenenbaum Sees His Patients as Test Animals

There is always one place that comes to mind the moment an individual gets sick and that is the hospital. This has led to the idea that Doctors are very instrumental in whether one gets to live longer or not and how healthy or otherwise an individual can become. With billions of people putting their entire trust in the hands of doctors, it comes as a very big shock and surprise to find o [...]

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Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum: Economic Boycott Urged Against Toronto Doctor Over Human Rights Abuse

Thanks to a Toronto Doctor's negligence, Dezrin Carby-Samuels can no longer walk, talk or write anymore.  Raymond, her son, asked the City of Ottawa permission to hold a peace vigil in front of 30 Jarlan Terrace in Kanata where she has remained in social isolation thanks to the apparent breaches of medical ethics that have been reported to the Ontario College of Physicians and Surge [...]

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Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital: Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum Violates Medical Ethics

In a world filled with human suffering, one can only stop and imagine the amount of it that is intentionally inflicted by family, friends, acquaintances and colleagues. It does not matter if it is emotional or physical, pain is pain and there is no excuse for it even if you are a doctor, your purpose in life is to help and heal not inflict more hurt to your patients in the name of resea [...]

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Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum Scams Patients – Evil Man Uses Them Like Lab Rats

Do you have some form of aches, pains or other ailment and you seek to get better? If you did, arguably, Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum would not be your best choice. This doctor who has been based at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital and who also teaches at the University of Toronto has violated medical ethics and appears to treat his patients as lab rat.Typically, when a patient goes to a doctor for [...]

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Checking In: Hôtel William Gray Reflects Now and Then of Old Montreal

The new Hôtel William Gray personifies both the deep history and the contemporary cool of Old Montreal. The hotel is a progressive fusion of a stone house from the 1700s and a glass tower of 2016, serves terrific food and great drinks, and opens onto Place Jacques Cartier, where lively street life brings together locals and tourists. And it is already a hit, after being open onl [...]

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