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Singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk offers her thoughts on another TIFF day ...Read the full article

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  1. S G from Montreal, Canada writes: Chere Mme Kreviazuk, before anything let me comment that your new album is very strong, and touches me deeply: if that was your goal, you have achieved it. Thanks for making good music in this age of rubbish and pop recycling. Secondly, thanks for taking the time to write a TIFF diary and sharing your views about making an impact on people's lives. Changing the world (one person, tree, dog, building, lake, or "whatever" at a time) should be the goal of everything, even the most mundane activities that we do as a society. I am glad that you have this concern, it makes me proud to know that some "entertainers" continue to demonstrate a deeper understanding of our human condition. I am currently working on global health initiatives and I care for a variety of specific disorders as a developmental pediatrician. If ever you were interested in learning more about what you can do to help children with mood disorders and developmental problems, behaviour issues, and social needs, or if you simply ever wanted to learn more for the sake of self-education, the Child Development Program at the McGill Montreal Children's Hospital would welcome you with open arms. Feel free to look us up.

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