Monthly Archives: February 2014

Canada’s Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Report

Canada’s first report on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities was released today. I looked through it and I can’t say that there’s much new in it at all. It cites Statscan’s 2006 PALS data on disabilities, … Continue reading

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Frozen peas and instant noodles

Lately, I’ve been very busy with work. Even though I last had Remicade only 3 weeks ago, I’ve been pushing so hard that I’ve had to have 2-hour naps right after breakfast for the past 2 days. Considering how much … Continue reading

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