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LOOKING TO MONTREAL
IN 2013

by Allan Glanville
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EDITOR'S CORNER

NO SUCCESS
WITHOUT FAILURE

by Vincent Valentine
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Vincent Valentine

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Susie Newton

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John Dark
Roger Evans
Allan Glanville
Maryl Johnson
Lori West

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Cardiology:
Emma Birks
Stavros Drakos

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Infectious Diseases:
Stanley I Martin

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Christian Benden

Pulmonary:
Tereza Martinu

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A FOCUS ON THE YEAR IN REVIEW
May 2011 - April 2012

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  VINCENT'S NONSENSE

It's official—all thoughts now are aimed at Montreal, Canada. Even remnants of my first memory of Montreal have been resurrected from the Pediatric Council Report entitled, Who's on First? (Do you remember the Abbott and Costello routine?) As a mere little boy and his dirty face, all I knew of Montreal was the Montreal Expos and one of its first players, Rusty Staub, because I had the baseball card. Little did I know they were the first Major League Baseball franchise outside the United States. However, I did know their nickname was derived from the World's Fair in 1967 in Montreal—the Expo—(later take note of the 1853 World's Fair in New York City) and who can forget Nadia Comaneci's perfect 10's in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal.  Read more...




GRAMMAR ALERT!

Not sure how to avoid ending a sentence with a preposition? Here's how your Links editors dealt with it:

Susie:  Never end a sentence with a preposition, right?
Vincent:  You should read Twain's and Churchill's comments about that "dictum" in proper English. Churchill's quote, for instance: "Ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which I will not put."