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Tampa Bay Lightning star Steven Stamkos’s return to game after taking knee to head sets off alarm bells

sports.nationalpost.com — Here is what we know for sure: Late in the second period of a playoff game Sunday night in Montreal, Tampa Bay Lightning forward Steven Stamkos was struck in the back of the head by a knee as he was sliding across the ice on his backside.
More on this to come, but if Steven Stamkos did suffer a concussion last night, it was un-good of him to come back - sports.nationalpost.com/2014/04/21/tam…

Christie Blatchford: The government doesn’t answer questions about its military recruiting mess

fullcomment.nationalpost.com — Now that Prime Minister Stephen Harper has put the Canadian Forces on notice that their presence is requested in Poland, I've no doubt the military will respond magnificently.
RT @Perkel: Welcome, Christie Blatchford, to the world of government media (non)- relations. Farce doesn't describe it #cdnpoli http://t.co…
RT @Perkel: Welcome, Christie Blatchford, to the world of government media (non)- relations. Farce doesn't describe it #cdnpoli http://t.co…
Welcome, Christie Blatchford, to the world of government media (non)- relations. Farce doesn't describe it #cdnpoli fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2014/04/18/chr…

Cubicle rage is a byproduct of the hierarchy of the office, author says

news.nationalpost.com — It's a scene ripped from so many fantasies. A man in a suit and tie bends down to collect some papers from a filing cabinet and suddenly snaps upward, flinging papers everywhere. He rips the 1990s-era computer monitor from his desk and hurls it across the room, knocking a terrified female co-worker to the ground.
Now that some of you are back at your cubicles, did you know that yr desk space was first designed to be liberating? natpo.st/1r5VVoC

Calgary stabbing victims’ funerals to be held Monday

news.nationalpost.com — CALGARY - Funeral services are set today for three of the five young people who were stabbed to death at a Calgary house party. Jordan Segura, Zackariah Rathwell, Josh Hunter, Lawrence Hong and Kaiti Perras were all at the party marking the end of classes at the nearby University of Calgary early last Tuesday morning.

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ww2.nationalpost.com — When one New Zealand school tossed its playground rules and let students risk injury, the results were surprising Sarah BoesveldFriday, Mar. 21, 2014 Students at Swanson School in Auckland, New Zealand, are free to play however they wish in the playground - even if it means they might get hurt.
NZ principal Bruce McLachlan is on @TheCurrentCBC right now. Read about his no-rules school playground here: ww2.nationalpost.com/m/wp/blog.html…

ESPN likely caused shot clock outage during Raptors playoff game; ; Toronto miffed at refs

sports.nationalpost.com — Perhaps Toronto Raptors fans will think twice about desiring television coverage in the United States from now on. The Raptors said that someone from outside of the organization trying to fix an electrical problem caused the game clocks and shot clocks to go out during Game 1.
RT @npsport: ESPN likely caused shot clock outage during Raptors playoff game; ; Toronto miffed at refs natpo.st/1h0QqX9
My Raptors notebook on the power outage, the refs and Joe Johnson's big butt: sports.nationalpost.com/2014/04/20/esp…

Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dead: Famed boxer wrongly convicted of triple murder loses battle with prostate cancer

news.nationalpost.com — TORONTO - Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, the boxer whose wrongful murder conviction became an international symbol of racial injustice, has died at 76. His death was confirmed Sunday by John Artis, a caregiver and associate. Carter spent 19 years in prison for three murders at a tavern in Paterson, N.J., in 1966.
RT @BBC_WHYS: Robin Carter spent 19 years in prison wrongly accused of murder bit.ly/1gNenxv What must it feel like to be falsely a…
RT @nationalpost: Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dead: Famed boxer wrongly convicted of triple murder loses battle with prostate cancer http://t.…

Toronto Raptors’ DeMar DeRozan looks to be more agressive after ugly Game 1 against Brooklyn Nets

sports.nationalpost.com — TORONTO - The surprising thing is that DeMar DeRozan showed some restraint. DeRozan, known for his insatiable work ethic, had an awful first playoff game in the Toronto Raptors' loss to Brooklyn on Saturday. The all-star swingman shot 3-for-13 from the floor, managed just a single assist and had trouble with Brooklyn's Joe Johnson on defence.
Three things from yesterday. First, my analysis of DeMar DeRozan, and how aggression does not equal chucking: sports.nationalpost.com/2014/04/20/tor…
On DeMar DeRozan's awful Game 1, being aggressive, and what "being aggressive" means for him versus others: sports.nationalpost.com/2014/04/20/tor…

‘How can we take nurses seriously when they are dressed in pyjamas?’: New push to re-formalize nurses attire

news.nationalpost.com — In her 30 years as a nurse in rural Newfoundland, Karen Morris has seen the physical image of her profession change dramatically. The starched white uniform and distinctive cap first gave way to plain-coloured surgical scrubs, then to brightly coloured and patterned scrubs and then, well, to just about anything, from spandex pants to short shorts and even low-cut tops, she says.
RT @tomblackwellNP: "It shows the patient, ‘I don’t really want to be here.' " Push-back to casual hospital attire grows across Canada. htt…
"It shows the patient, ‘I don’t really want to be here.' " Push-back to casual hospital attire grows across Canada. natpo.st/1pkpZ4i

Ravens spotted in Toronto set the birding world abuzz

news.nationalpost.com — Ian Sturdee is a 73-year-old volunteer field naturalist at Tommy Thompson Park, a 500-hectare chunk of land at the foot of Leslie Street that juts into Lake Ontario.
What would Poe do? They're black. Sinister, perhaps. And back in Toronto after 150 year absence. natpo.st/1i558rP via @postedtoronto

A year after the Bangladesh garment factory collapse, there are no easy answers

life.nationalpost.com — In Affluenza, the prescription for a better future includes creating what authors John de Graaf et al. call an affordable economy. "To create a healthy, germ-free economy we'll need to slow the metabolism of human civilization itself, by improving the usefulness and also questioning the necessity of certain habits an products."