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The Morning Edition - K-W Physical restraints still common in Ontario psychiatric units Jul 7, 2015 | 7:38A new University of Waterloo study finds that up to 36% of the time in Ontario psych units. John Hirdes is a UW prof and one of the study's researchers. He tells Craig Norris that he wants that number to shrink.
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Windsor Morning Labelling Plant-Based Food Alternatives Jul 6, 2015 | 7:04When a company near Ottawa started marketing "cashew cheese", the Canadian Food Inspection Agency ordered them to stop. It's the latest issue the CFIA is having with plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy. We spoke to Camille Labchuk.
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