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I was amazed, and appalled, to learn how the common, but toxic, dry cleaning solvent, perchloroethylene, can build up in clothes. Especially wool. Another good reason not to put freshly dry cleaned clothes in a bedroom… And what about wearing them?

“So the sweater I get back from my dry cleaner – is it safe to put on?

Georgetown chemistry professor Paul Roepe: I don’t do it.”

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Neurological imaging to prove brain injury in medical negligence litigation

A brain injury is when cell death occurs in the brain, which can affect an individual’s capa…

Take note: employers may be responsible for paying CPP and EI premiums on employee tips and gratuities

According to a recent Federal Court of Appeal decision, employers who receive electronic tip…