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Research shows high-intensity physical exercise increases memory performance by about 10 per cent says For other tips to improve your recall:
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"Does cancer not understand that I have plans ... that I have things I love?" spent years researching the Christian principle that everything happens for a reason. Diagnosed with incurable cancer, she had to face that belief head-on.
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Keeping the faith in an unfair world. wrestles with the big questions in "Everything Happens for a Reason". Listen to her conversation with on
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Thanks for the memories? The Current looks at some of the most cutting edge and practical ways to improve our memory. Catch the conversation with guest host on or on podcast and online later in the day.
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Can graphic images of mass shootings change the conversation about gun control? , on the role of journalism and the impact on victims, this morning on
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Thanks for putting us up, . We're heading to next for the 2nd of our town halls. Find out more:
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CBC-The Current Feb 18
Meth crisis in Canada: Addiction explosion means drug users are being turned away by police, hospitals
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CBC-The Current Feb 18
Convicted pot offenders need special access to the legal weed market says sociologist 'We can use the emerging industry and what's happening here as a way to bring people back into the fold, and repair some of the harms that have been done.'
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CBC-The Current Feb 17
Solo synchronized swimming was an Olympic sport between 1984 and 1992. For other bizarre entries:
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
Thank you for joining our town hall. Catch the broadcast Feb. 21 Good night from
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
We're taking audience questions on town hall | WATCH LIVE on Facebook, YouTube or on our site:
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
El Jones on racialized violence. JOIN US on CBC YouTube, Facebook and on our site:
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Chantal Bernard Feb 16
In the third and final part of tonight we turn it over to the audience and speak with El Jones about violence against women.
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
FIND out more about our town hall special:
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
On the panel: , Irvine Carvery and Rodney Small talk about gentrification in ’s north end WATCH NOW on CBC YouTube & on our site:
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Shaina Luck Feb 16
Topics at include environmental racism, gentrification.
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
. talks about environmental racism on town hall WATCH NOW on The Current Facebook, CBC YouTube & on our site:
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
You'll hear from 's Rodney Small in a moment from town hall. WATCH LIVE on The Current Facebook, CBC YouTube & on our site:
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
It [Shelburne dump] was put there because we were black, says Louise Delisle WATCH LIVE on The Current Facebook, CBC YouTube & on our site:
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CBC-The Current Feb 16
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