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the Olympics come to Vancouver by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Vancouver is gearing up for the Olympics and you can see the latest news at their official website, Vancouver 2010. This is the image of Vancouver we all know ... Read on »
Vancouver, the best place to live by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health It sure is beautiful here! But it is unfordable and comes with many problems. We live such an abundant lifestyle that it is easy to not see. Unfortunately we do tend to i ... Read on »
ring 350 for Copenhagen by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Kairos asked Canadian churches to ring their bells 350 times today to show our solidarity for climate change (ring 350 for Copenhagen). Canada is one of the worst polluti ... Read on »
shame on Canada by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health The CBC has a great overview of the Kyoto Accord. Greenpeace states our current government, and specifically Prime Minister Steven Harper, is a "Climate Criminal ... Read on »
Naomi Klein and Martin Khor on the Growing North-South Divide in Copenhagen over Kyoto, Climate... by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Naomi Klein and Martin Khor on the Growing North-South Divide in Copenhagen over Kyoto, Climate Debt and Emission Targets Read on »
Fly free Habib by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Habib is flying free now like the Pegasus of his soul. Habib Shael, May 3, 2004 - May 12, 2009 Read on »
Rachel Alexandra vs Mine That Bird by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health the first filly in 85 years to win the second leg of the Triple Crown and the first horse to win from the number 13 post at Pimlico. Good luck to Jockey Calvin ... Read on »
Mary Travers by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health We have a new Angel today. Mary was a beautiful person and the world will miss her. There are blessings and statements from her friends on the Peter, Paul and Mary website ... Read on »
Central Station of Antwerp by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Recently some Austrians turned up at this railway station in Belgium. Can you spot them? Read on »
TimBurton.com by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Tim Burton has such a cool website! You have to check it out: timburton.com Read on »
my first photo book! by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Akhal Texas 2009 Photography by Ker... ... Read on »
death by stampeding shoppers by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health by JOE GOULD, CLARE TRAPASSO and RICH SCHAPIRO DAILY NEWS A Wal-Mart worker died early Friday after an "out-of-control" mob of frenzied shoppers smashed through ... Read on »
Remembrance Day 2008 by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A Tribute by Don Cherry: Remembrance Day: Laying of a white peace poppy wreath at the National War Memorial, Ottawa, ON, Canada. November 11, 2008: "To rememb ... Read on »
Inside USA - Privatised cities by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health From: AlJazeera When the government of the city of Sandy Springs in Georgia decided to bring in a multinational corporation to run all of the city's servic ... Read on »
bribery wins Nobel Prize by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Swedish Officials Investigating Nobel Prize Board By: Celia Farber The Nobel Prize Committee is facing criminal investigation of bribery and corruption after ... Read on »
our 100 in Afghanistan by Kerri S. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health We pay tribute to the 100 Canadian military personnel who have given their lives for the mission in Afghanistan. Read on »