The Queen's University Talk: The Rising Tide of Compelled Speech

The entire event was, in a word, surreal. Initial controversy over its acceptability rose to the point where the Dean of the Law School William Flanagan and Principal of Queen’s Daniel Woolf wrote missives in defence of free speech. The Queen's University "Human Rights Office" posted a link to the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and Education on Queer Issues Project "active support" efforts during this event at their “Trans-Positive and People of Colour Positive Chill-In” in Dunning Hall, room 11, where there was coloring pages, music, food, and discussion. 

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Top 3 Foods/Juices to Increase Blood Flow & Oxygen | Dr Alan Mandell, DC

Over a Billion people worldwide suffer from one or more forms of Cardiovascular Disease which includes all the diseases of the heart and circulation including coronary heart disease, angina, heart attack, congenital heart disease and stroke.

It turns out, many lives could be saved from these diseases if more people were to discover the miracle properties of Nitric Oxide (NO).


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Unbroken Ground | A New Old Way to Grow Food

Unbroken Ground explains the critical role food will play in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environmental crisis. It explores four areas of agriculture that aim to change our relationship to the land and oceans. Most of our food is produced using methods that reduce biodiversity, decimate soil and contribute to climate change. We believe our food can and should be a part of the solution to the environmental crisis – grown, harvested and produced in ways that restore our land, water and wildlife. The film tells the story of four groups that are pioneers in the fields of regenerative agriculture, regenerative grazing, diversified crop development and restorative fishing.

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Trouble Sleeping? Your Tongue Reveals Your Health - Dr Alan Mandell, DC

No one “really likes to snore” but most accept it and carry on their lives until they face some kind of health problem.  Remember there is no such thing as spot reduction, or things would be made easy.  Increasing your bodies metabolism through a healthy diet and exercise is key to burning fat.   There are still other factors that can cause these problems like having a narrow airway, sinus or nasal problems,  alcohol, smoking, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, oral appliances, and sleeping on your back.  
Many people with obstructive sleep apnea never snore, so if you’re waking up many times throughout the night and always feeling tired in the morning and throughout the day then it’s wise to mention this to your doctor. 😊


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Looking for the delicious tip of the tongue on the Shangri-La Plateau in Yunnan-Tibetan food

Speaking of Tibetan food, how can you miss yak meat, butter tea and tsampa? After bidding farewell to Lurong, we went to the ranch in Shangri-La Jidi Village. In addition to the meadow cattle and sheep, there were also fragrant tsampa and sweet butter tea. The old people in the village graze on the pastures from March to September. They milk the cows to make ghee every day. For the first time, they saw the process of making ghee and tasted the freshest ghee tea. Before leaving, they bought a cake of ghee and Grandpa also gave me highland barley noodles for some yak meat. After I got home, I would cook an authentic Tibetan meal. In addition to butter tea and tsampa, I also cooked Tibetan hot pot and beef jerky, which are also very flavorful! Hello everyone! I am a little brother from West Yunnan, an authentic Yunnan girl. If you like my video, please continue to follow my channel. I will share my life and Yunnan specialties on different platforms. I wish you a happy day every day. 

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Childhood Snacks - Which one impressed you the most?

Have you ever tried making potato chips or big hot beancurd sheets yourself? Speaking of snacks in Yunnan, surely there will be handmade potato chips. Actually, we can eat potatoes three meals a day, which even would give us the potato order when we speak. Whether it's the golden and crispy deep-fried potato chips, the numb-spicy beancurd sheets, the crunchy millet crisp crusts, the mung bean cakes that would melt in your mouth, or the icy-cold glutinous rice ice pops, they are all our favorite summer snacks.

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