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2014/09/21 09:17
2014/09/21 09:17
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The people inside the auditorium at Moreton Boys’ College went completely silent while Kristine Ramsbottom was reading. The Langley teenager had chosen a passage from Ray Bradbury’s 1957 novel...
2014/09/21 09:17
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2014/09/21 08:09
2014/09/21 08:09
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It underlines the scale of the competition between institutions to recruit students following the introduction of government reforms giving them powers to expand this year. But the sheer scale of...
2014/09/19 22:39
2014/09/19 22:39
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The popping sound and the feeling of bone grinding on bone are burned into Eric Sung’s memory. He was in his driveway at home, doing a bunny hop on his skateboard when he landed at an odd angle,...
2014/09/19 02:39
2014/09/19 02:39
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When Leslie Jermyn moved from downtown Toronto to the small Eastern Ontario town of Napanee, she expected some agreeable tradeoffs – lower real-estate prices, an easier rural lifestyle and proximity...
2014/09/17 18:37
2014/09/17 18:37
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Professor Chris Elliott, who led the government’s inquiry into the horsemeat scandal, said walnuts had become his latest major food-fraud concern and advised people to be extra vigilant when eating...
2014/09/17 12:31
2014/09/17 12:31
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After more than a year of displaying witty and inspirational messages in the front window of his home for passers-by to enjoy, the Atlas Avenue chalkboard guy has decided to hang up his chalk, and...
2014/09/17 00:39
2014/09/17 00:39
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Nova Scotia loves to play up its Scottishness. A lone bagpiper welcomes tourists as they enter from New Brunswick along the Trans-Canada Highway during the summer, and a six-foot papier mache lobster,...
2014/09/16 20:50
2014/09/16 20:50
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Dear readers, My name is Courtney Lewis. I’m a conductor. Later this month, I start working with the Jacksonville Symphony as Music Director Designate. As we speak, I’m preparing for our first...
2014/09/16 05:48
2014/09/16 05:48
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Laurentian University named its school of engineering after Stan Bharti, business consultant, mining engineer and international financier, who lived in Sudbury and worked at Falconbridge for 15...
2014/09/16 01:28
2014/09/16 01:28
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Jesse Bering, noted US psychologist, author now based in NZTuesday, 16 September 2014, 1:24 pmPress Release: Robert Bruce AgencyJesse Bering, noted American psychologist, author and science...
2014/09/13 00:49
2014/09/13 00:49
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Sinéad Morrissey wins ‘Irish Times’ Poetry Now award Belfast poet wins accolade for second time for her collection ‘Parallax’ Sinéad Morrissey: previously won the award book of poems ‘Through the...
2014/09/12 06:53
2014/09/12 06:53
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Birmingham could become the home of a new Food Crime Intelligence Unit with full police powers. The city is bidding to be the hub of the new unit, proposed in last week’s Elliott Report into the...
2014/09/11 23:11
2014/09/11 23:11
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Linda Chew is enrolled in the two-year, full-time MBA program at Columbia University in New York.Originally from Vancouver, she is a graduate of the Commerce program at Queen’s University in Kingston....
2014/09/11 15:42
2014/09/11 15:42
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Toronto’s sizzling summer real estate market appears set to remain hot right through the fall. John Andrew, a professor at Queen’s University, is watching with interest for the August numbers that...
2014/09/10 22:42
2014/09/10 22:42
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Hundreds of Belleville residents are still without family doctors despite the city’s highly-successful recruitment program. City economic development manager Karen Poste broke the news to council...
2014/09/09 19:39
2014/09/09 19:39
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A new U.S. study has found that infants treated for symptoms of autism spectrum disorder showed no symptoms or signs of developmental delay by they time they reached age 3. The study, conducted by...
2014/09/09 09:10
2014/09/09 09:10
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The recently launched Food Fortress program designed to increase the safety and assurance of Northern Ireland’s food sector has received the enthusiastic support of the local industry. “The response...
2014/09/09 05:39
2014/09/09 05:39
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The Globe’s biweekly business-school news roundup. Six years ago, while studying engineering at the University of Toronto, Peru-born Ines Fernandez showed up at the wrong career fair. It would turn...
2014/09/07 09:10
2014/09/07 09:10
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Current Role I’m currently employed as a lecturer at CAFRE, Greenmount Campus. I teach 18 – 21 year old students on the Higher Education in Agriculture programmes, namely the Foundation Degree in...
2014/09/07 08:31
2014/09/07 08:31
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Traveling, promoting civic engagement Over the past three months, Sondra Myers has visited Rwanda, Palestine and Northern Ireland. The University of Scranton’s ’s senior fellow for international,...
2014/09/21 09:17
2014/09/21 09:17
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