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New Ontario standards of practice for RMTs take effect

The new standards drafted by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) in response to a new legislation aimed at preventing sexual abuse of health-care patients is now in effect.

Canadian RMT at FINA 2017 in Hungary

Certified sport massage therapist Aurel Hamran planned his vacation to Hungary in July. What he was not planning for was a call from the Hungarian Swimming Federation by Fodor Szabolcs, leader of the open water department. Szabolcs asked him to help their swim team as a full member at the FINA 2017 Aquatic World Championships in Hungary. He didn't hesitate, and accepted the invitation.

More help for health care expected as Nova Scotia's spring budget reintroduced

Nova Scotia's health care system is expected to get a boost today as the Liberal government reintroduces a budget that was shelved because of the May 30 provincial election campaign.

B.C. invites public to share views on marijuana rules

The government of British Columbia wants to solicit input from residents as well as local government, First Nations and industry on how it can best protect children and keep roads safe after the federal government legalizes marijuana on July 1.
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Canadians favour pot legalization, curious about weed edibles: survey

Canadians appear to have an appetite for marijuana-infused munchies, according to a new survey that found a healthy majority both supported the legalization of recreational pot use but had clear concerns about children's access to edible products containing cannabis. » Read more...

5th International Fascia Research Congress

November 14-15, 2018
Location: Berlin, Germany
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