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St. Catharines Standard
Mending hearts with Mel Monacosome avenues.” It certainly took her away from her original avenue. Monaco wis
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
some avenues.” It certainly took her away from her original avenue. Monaco wistfully recalls being dropped off by her mom at McMaster University in Hamilton ten years ago, to presumably start a career as a teacher. Instead, she returned to Niagara... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Mending hearts with Mel Monacosome avenues.” It certainly took her away from her original avenue. Monaco wis
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 2 hours ago
some avenues.” It certainly took her away from her original avenue. Monaco wistfully recalls being dropped off by her mom at McMaster University in Hamilton ten years ago, to presumably start a career as a teacher. Instead, she returned to Niagara... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Mending hearts with Mel Monacosome avenues.” It certainly took her away from her original avenue. Monaco wis
Welland Tribune / Posted 2 hours ago
some avenues.” It certainly took her away from her original avenue. Monaco wistfully recalls being dropped off by her mom at McMaster University in Hamilton ten years ago, to presumably start a career as a teacher. Instead, she returned to Niagara... Read more
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CBC.ca
Worried about PC Financial's move to CIBC? Here's what you need to knowATMs after CIBC's Simplii Financial begins service Nov. 1. (Nicole Ireland/CBC)
CBC.ca / Posted 10 hours ago
ATMs after CIBC's Simplii Financial begins service Nov. 1. (Nicole Ireland/CBC) But Marvin Ryder, an assistant professor at McMaster University, said some of the incentives to bank with PC Financial, such as earning PC Points with the bank... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Local doctor hits the road with Team Canadaher sports medicine fellowship a little more than a year ago, she was surprised
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted yesterday
her sports medicine fellowship a little more than a year ago, she was surprised to be selected. She believes her background at McMaster University might have tipped the scales in her favour. As a member of the Canadian Academy of Sports and... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Hockey hero loses battle with ALSrealized he didn't want to be a teacher and ended up going back to school later
Barrie Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
realized he didn't want to be a teacher and ended up going back to school later on. He got his bachelor's in social work at McMaster University going to school part time in the summers and then moved to Ottawa to resume his Masters degree at... Read more
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New Kerala
SCAN Appoints Dr. Magda Lenartowicz and Dr. Terence Offenberger to Medical Director - newkerala news #263094with a specialization in gerontology. Prior to joining SCAN she founded a home
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
with a specialization in gerontology. Prior to joining SCAN she founded a home health company and taught gerontology at McMaster University, Canada. Most recently she served as medical director at a comprehensive geriatric inpatient service... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
FlightSafety International promotes Mark Gris to Assistant Manager, Toronto Learning Centermaintenance at Centennial College in Toronto. While at FlightSafety, he graduat
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 3 days ago
maintenance at Centennial College in Toronto. While at FlightSafety, he graduated from the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University with a Master of Business Administration. Mark received his private pilot license from the... Read more
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BC Local News
Kootenay Ice hire Neil Ross as new strength and conditioning coachchampionship and Olympic campaigns. Prior to his time in Australia, Ross was t
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
championship and Olympic campaigns. Prior to his time in Australia, Ross was the head strength and conditioning coach at McMaster University and the director and head coach of the Canadian National Cycling Centre in Hamilton, Ontario. "Neil... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
World Cup wipeouthas been with the national team program since 2014. She is a former First Team
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 7 days ago
has been with the national team program since 2014. She is a former First Team All-Canadian and CIS Player of the Year at McMaster University. She is a graduate of St. Theresa Secondary School and the Belleville Bulldogs rugby club. • Need to... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Aug. 86. Australia; 7. USA; 8. Spain; 9. Italy; 10. Wales. Nelles, a former First Te
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 9 days ago
6. Australia; 7. USA; 8. Spain; 9. Italy; 10. Wales. Nelles, a former First Team All-Canadian and CIS Player of the Year at McMaster University in Hamilton, has been with Canada's senior women's national team program since 2014. A pair of local... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
New science needed for HIV court caseperson with HIV is. During C.B.’s trial, Dr. Philippe El-Helou, a medical expe
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 13 days ago
person with HIV is. During C.B.’s trial, Dr. Philippe El-Helou, a medical expert in HIV and the director of the HIV Clinic at McMaster University, testified that he has overseen more than 20 HIV medical trials. He said viral load can range from... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
PASCAL: Sudbury-area athletes shine at NAIG 2017bested Ontario 2-0 in the semifinals, with Manitoba claiming bronze thanks to a
The Sudbury Star / Posted 14 days ago
bested Ontario 2-0 in the semifinals, with Manitoba claiming bronze thanks to a 3-0 win over coach Cress and company at McMaster University. A product of some very talented volleyball teams as a member of the Lasalle Lancers, Cameron... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
National bronze for cyclistbefore heading to Australia at the end of August to compete in the world champi
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 15 days ago
before heading to Australia at the end of August to compete in the world championships, before returning for her third year at McMaster University, where she is pursuing a degree in kinesiology. "All my travels and racing wouldn't be possible... Read more
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The Ladysmith Chronicle
Penelakut Island twin brothers win soccer gold at North American Indigenous Gameswere hosted by Toronto but the soccer, which included provincial teams from acr
The Ladysmith Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
were hosted by Toronto but the soccer, which included provincial teams from across the country, was just outside the city at McMaster University in Hamilton. Team BC went undefeated in the tournament, also defeating the eventual bronze medallist... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Physio Centre welcomes two new physiotherapists to the teamcaseload. Shanja is also doing well and we are looking forward to him joining u
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 15 days ago
caseload. Shanja is also doing well and we are looking forward to him joining us in the fall.” Ms. Glena and Mr. Hasan met at McMaster University and have decided to make Manitoulin their home, both working at the Manitoulin Physio... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Fair way to end tournamentso fortunate my parents gave me that opportunity." He passed on that passion t
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 16 days ago
so fortunate my parents gave me that opportunity." He passed on that passion to his son, John, who played collegiate golf at McMaster University. The father-son duo joined forces to win the Ontario Father-Son Championship in 2007 -- the last time... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Newly identified biomarkers could lead to better therapies for cystic fibrosissays Philip Britz-McKibbin, lead author of the study and a professor in the Dep
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
says Philip Britz-McKibbin, lead author of the study and a professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at McMaster University. "We set out to discover whether there were chemical indicators detected in sweat that could... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Seniors: This one thing helps you maintain strong musclesmuscle loss. Although the idea of hitting the gym several times a week doesn’t
Bel Marra Health / Posted 18 days ago
muscle loss. Although the idea of hitting the gym several times a week doesn’t seem appealing, researchers at McMaster University have found that consuming whey protein—a common supplement that bodybuilders use—can help build strong... Read more
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BC Local News
Nelson firefighter in 100-Mile House: ‘This is serious. This is real’20-year-old grew up in Nelson and in the fall will begin his third year of the
BC Local News / Posted 22 days ago
20-year-old grew up in Nelson and in the fall will begin his third year of the Arts and Sciences Honours Program at McMaster University in Hamilton. He's considering a career in health care. "We heard on the radio it was threatening... Read more
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Nelson Star
Nelson firefighter in 150-Mile House: ‘This is serious. This is real’20-year-old grew up in Nelson and in the fall will begin his third year of the
Nelson Star / Posted 22 days ago
20-year-old grew up in Nelson and in the fall will begin his third year of the Arts and Sciences Honours Program at McMaster University in Hamilton. He’s considering a career in health care. “We heard on the radio it was threatening... Read more
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TribLIVE
Looking to prevent muscle loss as you age? Protein supplements can help, study showsto the release. “The results were more impressive than we expected,” said stud
TribLIVE / Posted 29 days ago
to the release. “The results were more impressive than we expected,” said study coauthor Kirsten Bell, a Ph.D. student at McMaster University, in Hamilton, Ontario. Then the men did 12 weeks of an exercise program involving weight lifting and... Read more
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CTV News
More support needed to help patients reduce opioid use, doctors saydose. Jason Busse, a researcher for the Michael G. DeGroote National Pain Cent
CTV News / Posted a month ago
dose. Jason Busse, a researcher for the Michael G. DeGroote National Pain Centre and an assistant professor of anesthesia at McMaster University, says a weak recommendation means doctors should recognize that different choices will be needed for... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Naomi Cermak’s memory lives on at triathlonher life was cut short by a terrible disease.” In addition to her academic ach
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 1 months ago
her life was cut short by a terrible disease.” In addition to her academic achievements that included earning her PhD at McMaster University in exercise physiology following her studies at Brock, Cermak was also an accomplished athlete,... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Naomi Cermak’s memory lives on at triathlonher life was cut short by a terrible disease.” In addition to her academic ach
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 1 months ago
her life was cut short by a terrible disease.” In addition to her academic achievements that included earning her PhD at McMaster University in exercise physiology following her studies at Brock, Cermak was also an accomplished athlete,... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Naomi Cermak’s memory lives on at triathlonher life was cut short by a terrible disease.” In addition to her academic ach
Welland Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
her life was cut short by a terrible disease.” In addition to her academic achievements that included earning her PhD at McMaster University in exercise physiology following her studies at Brock, Cermak was also an accomplished athlete,... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Doctor back in Port Colborneassistants are relatively new to the Ontario health care scene,” he said, addin
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 1 months ago
assistants are relatively new to the Ontario health care scene,” he said, adding it was a program he taught at McMaster University for eight years. Two things people complain about when it comes to family doctors, Remington said, is... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Doctor back in Port Colborneassistants are relatively new to the Ontario health care scene,” he said, addin
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 1 months ago
assistants are relatively new to the Ontario health care scene,” he said, adding it was a program he taught at McMaster University for eight years. Two things people complain about when it comes to family doctors, Remington said, is... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Doctor back in Port Colborneassistants are relatively new to the Ontario health care scene,” he said, addin
Welland Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
assistants are relatively new to the Ontario health care scene,” he said, adding it was a program he taught at McMaster University for eight years. Two things people complain about when it comes to family doctors, Remington said, is... Read more
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