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I’ve been following Dr. Gabrielle Horne’s ongoing, never-ending medical-ethical-legal case since I wrote a feature about it 10 long years ago, and even that was four years after the incident that triggered this twisted tale.
Can you become a dog? Yes, I said, I can do a dog. “No, youngster,” the bell-bottomed festooned director of a play at Neptune Theatre insisted in the glorious, waning days of a 1972 Halifax summertime, “I asked you if you can become a dog. There is a difference.”
I apologized, and immediately pledged to make it right. Not only have we made a point of deliberately including women in every issue since, but we’re dedicating our January 2017 edition to celebrating women in business.
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