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2014/09/01 23:39
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Ontario’s rollout of full-day kindergarten is part of a growing movement to make universal early learning the cornerstone of broader education platforms, with supporters pointing to studies that show...
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2014/09/01 20:39
2014/09/01 20:39
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Regular family dinners can act as a protective buffer against the mental health effects of cyberbullying in adolescents, a new study says. A McGill University study, published Monday in the journal...
2014/09/01 00:49
2014/09/01 00:49
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Seamus Heaney recalled as he rests in a country churchyard A year on from his death, poems and private prayers pay respect to Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney’s grave beside St Mary’s church in Bellaghy,...
2014/08/31 23:39
2014/08/31 23:39
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For the past month, Sheila Sedinger woke up every morning fraught with worry over the prospect of being deported to Mexico without her two young children. But Sedinger, who came to Canada in 2005,...
2014/08/31 14:49
2014/08/31 14:49
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Diagnosing miracles 7,000 people claim to have been cured at Lourdes, but the Catholic Church says only 1 per cent of those cases are miracles. Dr Michael Moran sits on the committee that decides...
2014/08/30 16:20
2014/08/30 16:20
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The food expert leading the horsemeat inquiry has warned the number of food scientists working in Britain has reached “critical mass.” Professor Chris Elliot spoke out as the last remaining...
2014/08/30 13:57
2014/08/30 13:57
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Heading into the high school football season, it’s safe to say that no player in Abbotsford – and perhaps even province-wide – has bigger cleats to fill than Jacob Dodd. The W.J. Mouat Hawks’ senior...
2014/08/29 23:35
2014/08/29 23:35
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When sentencing criminals, Orillia’s longtime provincial court judge, Leonard Montgomery, always used common sense, his family says. “Really, he was a man of common sense,” said his son, Chris...
2014/08/29 21:39
2014/08/29 21:39
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Things were different when Adam Bienenstock was a kid. As soon as the bell rang, he’d be up the creek near his house, climbing trees, building forts, collecting fossils and catching crayfish. “That...
2014/08/29 12:39
2014/08/29 12:39
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Dear Corporate GovernessAfter a meeting, one of my colleagues often sidles up to people and gripes to them privately about things that were just discussed. Is this fair? —Josie M., EdmontonDear...
2014/08/28 23:39
2014/08/28 23:39
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While federal public health authorities have assured Canadians that there is very little risk of an Ebola outbreak, hospitals across the country are training staff and reinforcing protocols should an...
2014/08/28 17:12
2014/08/28 17:12
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Glencoe’s Jennifer Brown - a 22-year-old student heading to Queen's University next week -- has won $10,000 in the Duelling Donuts contest and will see her creation, Love Reece’s To Pieces, on the...
2014/08/28 10:39
2014/08/28 10:39
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The fate of one of the federal government’s toughest crime bills is in doubt after the House of Commons sent the wrong version on to the Senate, which debated that version and sent it on to a...
2014/08/28 01:42
2014/08/28 01:42
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Compensation packages have been offered to another batch of former Loyalist nursing students who won a decade-old legal case against the Belleville college in 2011. Mike Pretsell, one of two city...
2014/08/27 09:58
2014/08/27 09:58
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... AMBER, Queen’s University of Belfast to collaborate on research projects with industry Materials science projects could see applications in many sectors AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland...
2014/08/26 12:09
2014/08/26 12:09
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Zombies in Popular Media at Columbia College, Chicago, US This course explores the history, significance and representation of the zombie in horror and fantasy texts. Forget "serious" degrees. When...
2014/08/26 01:35
2014/08/26 01:35
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Big bass weights made for an exciting finish to the Lake Simcoe Showdown on the weekend at Centennial Park in Orillia. Pro angler Cal Climpson won the event with a total two-day weight of 42.7 pounds...
2014/08/25 20:39
2014/08/25 20:39
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A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) highlights the importance of teenagers’ sleep. Most teens don’t get enough, and this sleep deficit has potential consequences on...
2014/08/25 19:39
2014/08/25 19:39
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In a deal that would combine the Whopper with the double-double, Tim Hortons Inc. is in talks with Burger King Worldwide Inc. on a corporate merger the Canadian doughnut chain claims would help it...
2014/08/25 18:29
2014/08/25 18:29
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Founded by just seven people in Gaza, Hamas now has political and military leaders spread across the Arab world, complicating its ability to send a unified message for negotiating an end to a...
2014/09/01 23:39
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