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Being ‘cute and fluffy’ made Nippy tolerable — for a while
One of the delights of living in the wilds of Wharncliffe is that we see some kind of wildlife every day. Maybe it’s a pileated woodpecker, or a rabbit, or a chipmunk. Certainly we see birds every day, and hear some that we don’t see. And then there are the squirrels.
Denley: Ontario's current health-care spending plan is a pile of horsefeathers
By this September, the surgical backlog will have reached 420,000 procedures and there will be a backlog of 2.5 million diagnostic tests. It will take more than three years to eliminate the queues. What realistic solution does government propose?