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  • Peterson's 12 Rules for Life: A discussion not a lectureHal Durden
    March 12, 2018

    Professor Jordan B. Peterson of the University of Toronto first came to my attention due to his opposition to Bill C-16; an amendment to the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code that added gender expression and identity to the list of "prohibited grounds of discrimination."

  • Petra - How living rock became a homeProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    April 28, 2010

    PETRA, Jordan -- The Qur'an refers to many pre-Islamic peoples who rejected the divine guidance brought by those prophets and messengers who were sent among them. One of those groups, the people of Thamoud, constructed secure and mighty buildings that were literally carved into the rocky sides of mountains.

  • Petras on Zionist influenceReuel S. Amdur
    July 28, 2010

    A book review. War Crimes in Gaza and the Zionist Fifth Column in America, James Petras, Atlanta, Clear Day Books, 2010.

  • Pick-up on Disability BenefitsReuel S. Amdur
    November 6, 2016

    A while back, I received an e-mail from an accountant in Newmarket who specializes in disability-related matters. Could I go see a fellow with a serious brain injury who needs some help in navigating the tax system? He is the relative of a prominent political figure.

  • Pink Floyd's Roger Waters slams Scarlett Johansson, Neil Young for Israel tiesJpost.Com Staff
    February 18, 2014

    Writing in personal letters and on his Facebook account, former Pink Floyd front-man and songwriter Roger Waters has accused both singer Neil Young and actress Scarlett Johansson of supporting Israel and neglecting human rights.

  • Placebos: it's all in our headsThe Canadian Charger
    September 11, 2014

    Although placebos have long been considered to have no effect on human health, Dr. David Suzuki, host of the CBC show The Nature of Things, said scientists are discovering they can actually heal our bodies, allowing us to breathe easier, walk better and, even soothe our pain.

  • Planning for Future Health NeedsReuel S. Amdur
    April 27, 2014

    It took a Supreme Court decision to make the ultimate decision on the fate of Hassan Rasouli, on life support at Toronto's Sunnybrook Hospital. The doctors said, pull the plug, the case is hopeless and he is brain dead. The family said otherwise, and the court came down on the side of the family. One wonders if an end-of-life discussion ever took place in the Rasouli family, to determine his wishes in a situation such as this. If not, perhaps such a discussion would have avoided this long and expensive legal battle. Recently, there was an on-line seminar on advance care planning from Carleton Rehab Solutions. The two presenters from VHA Home Health Care were Sue Grant, a nurse, and Jose Medeiros, a social worker.

  • Plastic bottled water not good for youScott Stockdale
    October 22, 2013

    A populace increasingly concerned about both health and environmental issues may help to explain the increasing popularity of water in plastic bottles. The World Bank estimates the bottled water market at $800 billion. Though blessed with an abundance of clean water, the U.S. now consumes more bottled water than any other country, piling up enough empty bottles to run the circumference of the equator every 27 hours.

  • Play our online games and win iPad 2The Canadian Charger
    October 2, 2012

    The Canadian Charger and its parent company, Canada's Voice Corporation, are offering iPad 2 to the top winner of its two online informative games; the one on Climate Change and the second on The Muslim World:

  • Play our online games and win iPad 2The Canadian Charger
    January 27, 2013

    The Canadian Charger and its parent company, Canada's Voice Corporation, are offering iPad 2 to the top winner of its two online informative games; the one on Climate Change and the second on The Muslim World:

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Today’s topic is the Origins of Islamic History Month in Canada In this show, we are interviewing Dr. Mohamed El-Masry a professor at the University of Waterloo

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