London Free Press Article

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  1. Perry Brodkin said:

    Your family may wish to consider attempting to have an appropriate Ontario specialist physician complete and submit to OHIP an OHIP Request For Prior Approval For Full Payment Of Insured Out-Of-Country (OOC) Health Services. I was OHIP’s lawyer for many years.

    October 14, 2014
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    • Brandie said:

      I can totally believe this. Adtmsvireeents are powerful – especially with kids. Even though we talk about how commercials are meant to try to make you want something – even things that aren’t good for you – my son still gets sucked in by every commercial he sees. He thinks that Chuck E. Cheese is good for you because they have their sponsor ad before PBS shows! Ugh. Thank goodness no Chuck E. Cheeses for hundreds of miles here.

      May 12, 2016
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    • http://www./ said:

      Wonderful article.The pictures are sad, though. Especially the last one of a hooding ceremony:( Mine, held the night before graduation, held biblical significance but the left has twisted even something as beautifully symbolic as a hooding ceremony.My hood was golden/yellow representing nursing. I think blue meant the person was getting a degree in education. Any idea what Obama's red one represents? If it's law…talk about twisted.Keliata

      March 1, 2017
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