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Deceased NHL player Montador offered years ago to donate brain for concussion research
Before concussions were a hot-button topic in hockey, Steve Montador knew all about the impact of head injuries. Five years ago, while he was still playing in the NHL, Montador committed to donating his brain to future research.

Dr. Charles Tator of the University of Toronto told that story at Montador's memorial service Saturday in Mississauga, Ont. It's one final showing of generosity that many of his friends and former teammates didn't know about.

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Government cuts leave veterans dealing with private insurance firm for health benefit claims
shutterstock_185768099.jpgA recent move by the federal government would have Canada’s veterans dealing with a third-party insurance firm for health-care treatment benefits such as massage therapy and physiotherapy.

On Feb. 11, the federal government announced that it would be eliminating 44 positions at Veterans Affairs Canada. The cuts represent the final step in the contracting-out of treatment authorization for ill and elderly veterans to Medavie Blue Cross.

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Everest College shuts down campuses, fate of students in limbo
Ontario has shut down American-based Everest College, which operates 14 private career schools across the province and offering help to students try to recover some of their tuition payments.

The superintendent of private career colleges suspended all Everest College campus activities, which government officials say will prevent it from declaring bankruptcy, at least in the short term.

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More children opting for complementary, alternative health care: reports
shutterstock_225344302.jpgChildren, aged four to 17, are increasingly using a variety complementary and alternative health care, according to a new report by the U.S. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH, formerly NCCAM).

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