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Attends Theodor Heuss Gymnasium, Waltrop
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Ontario’s health minister Deb Matthews announced this week that she is adding three further diseases to the list of illnesses against which children in the province must be vaccinated. It’s mandatory. Her move has been widely...
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Here's this weekend's column in the Kingston Whig-Standard. It might sound like an odd question: "What kind of doctor do you want?" But seriously, if you could choose, what qualities would your ideal doctor have? Well, f...
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Compulsory child vaccination and the conscientious objection business
Ontario’s health minister Deb Matthews announced this week
that she is adding three further diseases to the list of illnesses against
which children in the province must be vaccinated. It’s mandatory. Her move has
been widely lauded by public health experts...
Ontario’s health minister Deb Matthews announced this week that she is adding three further diseases to the list of illnesses against which children in the province must be vaccinated. It’s mandatory. Her move has been widely...
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What kind of doctor do you want?
Here's this weekend's column in the Kingston Whig-Standard . It might sound like an odd question: "What kind of doctor do you want?" But seriously, if you could choose, what qualities would your ideal doctor have? Well, for starters, we would want them to b...
Here's this weekend's column in the Kingston Whig-Standard. It might sound like an odd question: "What kind of doctor do you want?" But seriously, if you could choose, what qualities would your ideal doctor have? Well, f...
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I've been spending quite a bit of time recently thinking about the role of ethics in both the work that we do in OER Research Hub, educational research more generally, and how we might deal with th...
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I have eaten a few times in this pub. Frankly, I have no idea why people complain about the food or its prices. This is distinctly above-your-average pub-food quality, and the prices are very reasonable. Try the spring rolls for current 11$, they're nearly a meal replacement, that's how substantial the portions are. Service is ok, well, and as to the interior. It's an odd mix of stuff. In the back they've the venue for life performances, then another section with piles of pool tables, a large patio for the summer months and then yet another section for dance music which is also used for diners. It's just a massive place, nothing cozy about it, but I'm glad it is in the neighbourhood. Service is also usually friendly and competent.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I love this little gem of an airport. Most convenient for flights to Chicago and onwards. They offer free espresso, parking and wifi. Delightful.
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reviewed a year ago
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Must say that I am a bit bemused about this company.I own various of its products, including two imacs, an ipad (1st gen), a macbook air and a timecapsule. Well, one of the imacs (cost me new about 1700$ or thereabouts) crapped up on me within less than two years and the Apple geniuses in Ottawa tell me that it would cost me 800$ to fix a component that should be working flawlessly for another couple of yrs. The Ipad shuts down programs randomly for no good reason at all, the brand new Timecapsule didn't work at all. Might all be coincidence, of course, but really I think at this stage that their hardware sucks beyond belief. I'm pretty much giving up on Apple and will buy a cheaper competitor's product (they won't offer much worse performance and reliability either, unfortunately, but at less than half the Apple price). I'm puzzled that this company believes it will survive by charging the living hell out of people for its products and offering precious little quality in return. Bit like Vaio really, this premium brand eventually also sank without a trace due to continuing quality issues. And no, Apple genius, it ain't good enough to charge another 800 $ for a repair that should never have been necessary at that point in the life of the computer...
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