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2014/10/24 14:46
2014/10/24 14:46
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McCutcheon is experienced in teaching conflict resolution, peace and conflict studies, and interpersonal and group studies, and has also worked overseas and with non-governmental organizations. He...
2014/10/24 14:46
2014/10/24 14:46
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2014/10/23 20:56
2014/10/23 20:56
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By Kevin Werner, News Staff Hamilton mayoral candidate Brad Clark says Ward 1 councillor Brian McHattie, his competitor, is in a “conflict of interest” for the top job. Clark says because McHattie...
2014/10/23 14:54
2014/10/23 14:54
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Thursday, October 23, 2014 - 8:52am Exercising while listening to music seems like an obvious thing to do, but a new study shows music might do more than you think. A study At McMaster University in...
2014/10/22 21:13
2014/10/22 21:13
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Sam Berg, a Beamsville native who played eight games for the IceDogs in 2013/14 and the son of former National Hockey League player Bill Berg, is the representative plaintiff named in the claim which...
2014/10/22 19:13
2014/10/22 19:13
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Two ceremonies will take place at the Welland campus athletic centre. A 10 a.m. ceremony will include graduates from the schools of business and management studies, hospitality and tourism,...
2014/10/22 06:56
2014/10/22 06:56
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Accessibility is crucial to a large and growing sector of our population that face obstacles to their full participation in our society. Does it make sense that, in this day and age, people who want...
2014/10/21 10:39
2014/10/21 10:39
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Ever wondered what might have happened at university or college if you’d done things differently? That question was put to six people. Three of them are still students, the others have graduated from...
2014/10/20 13:39
2014/10/20 13:39
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With about 4,000 planet candidates from the Kepler Space Telescope data to analyze so far, astronomers are busy trying to figure out questions about habitability. What size planet could host life? How...
2014/10/20 08:39
2014/10/20 08:39
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There are more than 30 First Nations reserves in northern Saskatchewan, many of which struggle with exceptionally high levels of unemployment. Yet none of the people living on those reserves are...
2014/10/20 02:39
2014/10/20 02:39
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Ontario is considering funding spots for graduate students from abroad, bowing to pressure from universities that say their global competitiveness is harmed because they have to turn away qualified...
2014/10/18 04:39
2014/10/18 04:39
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The Globe’s biweekly business-school news roundup. The ability to work with others, develop business opportunities and demonstrate management and leadership are “critical skills” for Canada’s...
2014/10/17 19:52
2014/10/17 19:52
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Infidelity steps into the spotlight as Dundas Little Theatre launches its 54th season with two one-act plays, The Browning Version and How He Lied to Her Husband. The drama The Browning Version...
2014/10/16 19:56
2014/10/16 19:56
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By Gord Bowes, News staff Thirty people sang O Canada for the first time as Canadians in a central Mountain school school gym Thursday. The new Canadians, who came from 15 different countries, took...
2014/10/14 19:13
2014/10/14 19:13
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Slade, a second year kinesiology major, led the Brock men’s lacrosse team to back-to-back victories over the Laurentian Voyageurs. In two games, Slade collected 15 points including five goals and 10...
2014/10/14 17:22
2014/10/14 17:22
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... staring at us, Chaim! You are always just staring at us. Why don’t you go find some friends? Go!” the boys in the schoolyard yelled at Chaim. Chaim didn’t know where else to go. He wasn’t...
2014/10/12 03:22
2014/10/12 03:22
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... staring at us, Chaim! You are always just staring at us. Why don’t you go find some friends? Go!” the boys in the schoolyard yelled at Chaim. Chaim didn’t know where else to go. He wasn’t...
2014/10/10 14:52
2014/10/10 14:52
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... News) -- Hospital patients don't wash their hands often, even when they use the restroom or eat meals, potentially increasing their risk of getting an infection, a new study shows. "This...
2014/10/10 08:12
2014/10/10 08:12
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The Chatham Maroons ask fans to donate winter coats at Sunday's home game against the Leamington Flyers. The United Way of Chatham-Kent is seeking gently used coats for its annual Operation Cover-Up....
2014/10/09 20:36
2014/10/09 20:36
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Wallaceburg's Allison Boulanger is a first-year player on the Brock University women's lacrosse team. Boulanger is a graduate of Ursuline College. She played this summer for the Wallaceburg...
2014/10/07 07:53
2014/10/07 07:53
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WASHINGTON – There’s a potentially deadly disease afoot in America, with no known cure and terrifying consequences for those infected. Ebola? Well, yes, but another bug has had far more wide-ranging...
2014/10/24 14:46
2014/10/24 14:46
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