Monthly Archives: June 2013

After heart stopping tornado, 300 now homeless residents of Angus, Ontario pause to collect themselves

Katrina Clarke | June 18, 2014 | National Post When Candice Fife saw red, swirling clouds through the kitchen window of her Angus home, she immediately herded her two young children and father into the basement. Just as she closed … Continue reading

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The allure of manure: Growing numbers of young urbanites drawn to farming

Katrina Clarke | June 7, 2013 | National Post  Yehuda Nestel is a fast-talking, well-bred 28-year-old entrepreneur who works 70 hours a week and grew up in downtown Toronto. But Mr. Nestel doesn’t work in a Bay Street office or live … Continue reading

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Toronto hospital uses new method to calm distressed dementia patients in the ER

Katrina Clarke | June 3, 2013 | National Post When Diana Adams first walked into the hospital room of a frail 88-year-old a month ago, she caught him in the midst of climbing off his stretcher. The distressed man had … Continue reading

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