CMCC Digest

CMCC Board of Governors 2021-22

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The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) is pleased to announce the 2021-22 Board of Governors, welcoming two new members along with those re-elected at the Annual General Meeting on October 22, 2021. Dr. Debbie Brake-Patton is the new representative for CMCC members in Newfoundland and Labrador. Along with her chiropractic career, running a private business and extensive board experience, Brake-Patton is an instructor at the College of the North Atlantic and Mayor of Kippens. As the provincial representative of the CMCC members in Alberta, new member Dr. Peter Shipka will…read more

You won’t want to miss this!

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Many of you know Jay Bowes as CMCC’s media technician, but did you know, he was also a talented musician? Here he shares his latest music video, with back up from his wife, Janelle, and children. Click into the post to reach the video link.

How are you managing home life?

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With restrictions in Toronto, and far too much familiarity with family and roommates, how will you make the holidays special this year or the winter more pleasant? There are only three of us in my family, so I have to be inventive. I’m tasking each of them to make one spectacular recipe each week in December. In case I am the only one participating, I’m doing a few small things for myself as well, such as growing sprouts and other veggies indoors, repainting parts of the house and clearing out…read more

Tips and reflections on day-to-day life during quarantine by Adrienne Sunga

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When the quarantining/social isolation began, I was definitely lost with regards to developing a new routine and a new norm. I was so used to my day-to-day life; going to work, going to the gym, seeing friends on weekends… But during this global pandemic I had to come up with a new routine in order to stay sane and keep myself mentally and physically well. Here are some things I’ve been up to during this time.  1.     Baking bread.  Everyone on instagram is showcasing their bread! I decided to give it…read more

MD Telephone Service for students, faculty and staff

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Dr. Joel Meredith, a 2001 CMCC graduate and also a medical physician has generously offered this special service to help us during this challenging time. He is a new CMCC faculty member now teaching the lab component for CD3305 Diagnosis and Symptomatology. He is located in Ottawa and is also on faculty at Queen’s. A message from Dr. Joel Meredith Dear CMCC students and colleagues, Now that our province is in an emergency state, I though I could do my share to help and am offering an MD Telephone Service for…read more

Computer Needs?

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This is the first week that the province has engaged students in elementary and secondary schools in online learning so there are interesting times ahead for those of you with children in school. We anticipate that this increased need in households may result in new challenges for you in continuing to work at home while managing access to computers and devices to all family members. In light of that, CMCC has been working with our hardware provider Dell to provide an additional discount on purchases of Dell computer equipment. Please see…read more

Life on the inside

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Kristin Earle’s dog, Dora, is a six year old boxer who isn’t 100 % sure she enjoys the extra attention she’s been receiving over the last three weeks.  Kristin is sure that she can see Dora fantasizing about everything going back to normal, when she had the couch to herself and when “whose a good girl?” always meant a treat. The only time Kristin sees Dora content is during Zoom calls, when she is left alone to snore loudly.