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by Rob Leggett on Tuesday Nov 10 2009

In May 2009, MP Francine Lalonde introduced a Private Member's bill to legalize euthanasia and is due to have the second hour of debate take place Dec. 1, with the vote taking place on Dec. 2.

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Nov 08 2009

Rob's column Wednesday brought up the issue of conspiracy theories when it comes to virus/vaccine scenarios, and whether it's irresponsible to ignore those theories ...or irresponsible to indulge them.

So I've got my own conspiracy theory about H1N1 to share with you.

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Nov 08 2009

Rob's column Wednesday brought up the issue of conspiracy theories when it comes to virus/vaccine scenarios, and whether it's irresponsible to ignore those theories ...or irresponsible to indulge them.

So I've got my own conspiracy theory about H1N1 to share with you.

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Nov 08 2009

Rob's column Wednesday brought up the issue of conspiracy theories when it comes to virus/vaccine scenarios, and whether it's irresponsible to ignore those theories ...or irresponsible to indulge them.

So I've got my own conspiracy theory about H1N1 to share with you.

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Nov 08 2009

Rob's column Wednesday brought up the issue of conspiracy theories when it comes to virus/vaccine scenarios, and whether it's irresponsible to ignore those theories ...or irresponsible to indulge them.

So I've got my own conspiracy theory about H1N1 to share with you.

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Nov 08 2009

Rob's column Wednesday brought up the issue of conspiracy theories when it comes to virus/vaccine scenarios, and whether it's irresponsible to ignore those theories ...or irresponsible to indulge them.

So I've got my own conspiracy theory about H1N1 to share with you.

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Nov 08 2009

Rob's column Wednesday brought up the issue of conspiracy theories when it comes to virus/vaccine scenarios, and whether it's irresponsible to ignore those theories ...or irresponsible to indulge them.

So I've got my own conspiracy theory about H1N1 to share with you.

by Kyra Hoggan on Sunday Nov 08 2009

Rob's column Wednesday brought up the issue of conspiracy theories when it comes to virus/vaccine scenarios, and whether it's irresponsible to ignore those theories ...or irresponsible to indulge them.

So I've got my own conspiracy theory about H1N1 to share with you.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

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