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Many residents of remote communities in northern Ontario live close to the poverty line. Cree filmmaker Phoebe Sutherland examines the issue of poverty in her hometown of Moose Factory, where residents are charged extremely high rates for hydro based on delivery costs, despite living only 90 km away from five hydroelectric dams. The inequity of how hydro rates are calculated means that residents of Timmins pay two-thirds less than residents of Moose Factory, while a thousand kilometers away, Toronto residents pay even less. It's an inequity that can have serious consequences for communities already struggling against the weight of poverty.
A mind-altering odyssey about one man's quest to prove a growing imbalance in our brains, and help us understand how this makes us increasingly unable to grapple with critical economic, environmental and social issues.
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.