Archive: Tulips, School Safety, Mini-Med "Blood Letting"

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Spring is on the way and so is the invasion. Soon, a brightly colored army will begin appearing in our gardens and be welcome indeed. They're tulips, and gardener Sonia Day has written a book about them. She'll fill us in on their rich history, give us some tips on the best way to grow them, and even tell us how to cook them. Gangs, bullying and sexual intruders have become a part of Ontario schools. Parents need to be aware of the warning signs and the risks; students need to protect themselves. Stuart Auty, President of the Canadian Safe School Network will give us the facts and take your calls. This show contains 1 taped piece by Your Health "Mini-Med, Bloodletting". Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via email.
Mar 12, 2002
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