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It began in November of 2012 in protest to the Canadian government's so-called, omnibus bill C45, which became known as the Jobs and Growth Act. Four women in Saskatchewan concerned about the bill eroding Indigenous treaty rights and environmental protection, staged a ,teach-in, called Idle No More. From there, demonstrations popped up across the country, including outside then-prime minister Stephen Harper's office in Ottawa. It's since grown into a worldwide movement. This 2013 panel comprising the movement's organizers, supporters, and observers discussed its objectives and significance.
Dr. Williams & Dr. Pettifer team up to figure out if a 21 year old cat will survive tooth surgery; Dr. Bryer treats a tiny dog with a deadly virus; Dr. Boyd performs surgery on a working dog with bone fragments in its legs.
What does an addict need to change to kick addiction? At the Westover Treatment Centre in Ontario, it's just one thing-everything. Come Clean follows addicts through a 19-day residential substance dependence program and for 18 months afterwards.
The tabloids' voracious appetite for royal stories feeds an insatiable hunger for regal revelations. The Royals decry the intrusion, but over the last 60 years the press has repeatedly dug up tales of Royal misbehavior.
In November 2012, Jim Foley is taken hostage whilst working in Syria. He is one of a handful of journalists daring to report in Syria as it heads towards civil war. Back in the US, his parents are desperate for information.