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Ontario Today Why lawyers don't talk about mental illness? Jan 20, 2015 | 51:36The head of the Ontario Bar Association speaks out about his struggle with suicide and depression. Orlando Da Silva says lawyers have to keep a lot of horrible secrets but mental illness is not one of them.
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Ontario Today Call of the Day: Fired after going to counselling Jan 20, 2015 | 3:17Lawyer says firm won't accept any perceived weakness. Ontario Today asks: Why don't legal professionals talk mental illness?
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Ontario Today Gardenimport closes Jan 19, 2015 | 27:46The family-owned high-end mail order company from Richmond Hill sold rare and exotic bulbs and perennials for 32 years.The owner says, they couldn't with cheap plants from big box stores.
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Ontario Today Winners and losers in Canadian retail Jan 19, 2015 | 23:57Target, Mexx Canada and Sony are all closing retail stores in Canada. Meanwhile the shopping carts are piled high at Walmart and Canadian Tire. The inside scoop from shoppers and employees on what's working and what's
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Ontario Today Getting a good deal on real estate fees? Jan 16, 2015 | 51:01A new company promises lower commissions by getting real estate agents to bid on the sale of your house. It's one more way to save. Have you tried these discount route? How has it worked out?
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