Monthly Archives: September 2014

Shahid: Man Against the Machines

Hansal Mehta’s somber “Shahid” (2013) does the excellent job of steering us through familiar terrain with a story we have not seen, but need to. This Indian biopic chronicles the life of Shahid Azmi, the human rights attorney recently gunned down by militants. It packs an emotional punch from its opening scenes, taking us through…

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Lower cellphone prices lead to bad service, Telus tells CRTC

Canada should heed the lessons learned in Europe about adopting rules intended to keep wireless prices low, the former head of Austria’s telecom regulator has told the CRTC. European companies are now living with the unintended consequences of stimulating increased competition to keep consumers happy, Georg Serentschy said as hearings continued Tuesday into the health…

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How concussions can alter teens’ behaviour

 A new study has found that teens who have suffered a concussion or other traumatic brain injury report higher rates of harmful behaviours and the finding is particularly evident among girls. The Canadian study looked at 13 harmful health behaviours that included contemplating suicide, smoking marijuana and binge drinking among almost 9,300 Ontario students in…

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Dorothy Wang Finally Reveals Her Jewelry Line to Fellow #RichKids—See Their Reactions in This Deleted Scene!

In this #RichKids of Beverly Hills finale deleted scene, Dorothy Wang invites all of her friends over to show them what her new necklace line looks like!  And obviously everyone loves them! Jonny Drubel exclaims, “Very cute! Congratulations, that’s exciting!”  Dorothy is so proud of her work and shares her hopes of one day start…

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