0:00 - 1:00 Intro
1:01 - 15:38 Raeanne's story, Saskatoon
15:39 - 17:00 extro, production update, appeal for donations
Raeanne Aline Fortin sits down with Tracey Mitchell in Saskatoon to share her experiences over the last 10 years. In and out of hospitals, a litany of drugs and poor treatment were only some of the hardships Raeanne endured. However, her indomitable spirit found a way to heal, without a psychiatrist or pharmaceutical drugs.
Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour videos
The release of our hard copy 'HMBP Tour' dvd, complete with our live presentations,
and all the videos we showcased is now scheduled for release at end of November, 2006.
It will be available exclusively to HMBP tour supporters,
boilingfrog and Greenspiration members that donate $25 or more
towards the production of the upcoming documentary, 'Off the Rails'.
make cheque or money order payable to:
Dundas Dovercourt rpo
Listen to our other podcasts from the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour:
Halifax Points of View
Friends of Tooker, Halifax
Critical Dialogue with Dr. Michele Brill-Edwards
Fredericton 2: up close in the Underground
Fredericton: Stories from the Underground
Critical Dialogue with Dr. David Zitner
WARNING: There may be drugs in your food.
Elsipogtog Speaks Out
Launching the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour
and watch some of the tour videos on rabblevision.
stay tuned at boilingfrog's podcast portal for more audio podcasts from across Canada.
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