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2015/07/31 22:39
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When the head coach of the men’s basketball team asked the graduating senior on the women’s basketball team what she was planning to do next, there wasn’t a definitive response. Coaching would be a...
2015/07/31 22:39
2015/07/31 22:39
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2015/07/30 19:24
2015/07/30 19:24
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OTTAWA—The Conservatives anxiously are hoping to sign off on a massive free-trade deal before kicking off an election campaign that’s expected to start as early as Sunday. The federal government is...
2015/07/29 23:25
2015/07/29 23:25
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Fort McMurray is set to have a new MBA program for local professionals looking to expand their academic credentials without leaving town. The ‘Executive MBA Americas’ program is a joint program...
2015/07/29 14:39
2015/07/29 14:39
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There are many reasons to feel unwell after a flight, including the stress of preparing for a trip, and the strain of flying. But by far the biggest adjustment for our bodies is the sudden shifting...
2015/07/29 10:39
2015/07/29 10:39
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Fossil remains of large winged dinosaur, named Zhenyualong Suni. This nearly complete skeleton was found in northeast China’s Liaoning province. Image via Junchang Lu and Stephen Brusatte via...
2015/07/29 05:14
2015/07/29 05:14
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Founders, assemble! There’s a new fund from a familiar face in Southeast Asia. Singapore-based Golden Gate Ventures just announced its second, $50 million fund to support startups in the region and...
2015/07/28 22:56
2015/07/28 22:56
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In June, four winners of the Wasmund Family Memorial Scholar (WFMS) Award, Yasmin Fakli from Madawaska Valley District High School in Barry’s Bay and Loreena Dobson, Leree MacPherson and Breenah...
2015/07/28 21:07
2015/07/28 21:07
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Laurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in. The art conservator who hails from Montreal is meticulously repairing the names of Pelham’s war dead at the First World...
2015/07/28 17:39
2015/07/28 17:39
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This story is the fourth in a series that features students and graduates who are using their MBAs and EMBAs in unique fields other than the traditional ones of finance or consulting. When pursuing...
2015/07/28 17:27
2015/07/28 17:27
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Rice can contain up to 10 times more inorganic arsenic than other foods, making it a global concern without a solution. But researchers have a found a way to significantly reduce the carcinogenic...
2015/07/27 17:20
2015/07/27 17:20
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In the mid-1980s to mid-1990s, American parents seemed less inclined to wish for at least one son and one daughter than in the past. Some experts believed that was because gender roles were becoming...
2015/07/26 18:39
2015/07/26 18:39
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If Flora MacDonald had been born 20 years later, she might well have been Canada’s first female prime minister. As it was, the Cape Breton-born politician, who died early Sunday morning in her 90th...
2015/07/25 11:46
2015/07/25 11:46
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In the mid-1980s to mid-1990s, American parents seemed less inclined to wish for at least one son and one daughter than in the past. Some experts believed that was because gender roles were becoming...
2015/07/24 21:38
2015/07/24 21:38
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Arsenic in rice is a global health concern, but researchers in Northern Ireland have found a way to remove it by cooking rice the way coffee is brewed, a study says. A percolator that cooks rice by...
2015/07/24 15:42
2015/07/24 15:42
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Cecelia Reilly strongly believes in the power of textbooks. After teaching Police Foundations at Loyalist College directly from Canada’s Criminal Code, the program’s faculty will have an updated...
2015/07/23 07:21
2015/07/23 07:21
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Queen's University boffins discover solution to purifying rice Queen’s University Professor Andy Meharg A world-leading health breakthrough to remove carcinogenic arsenic from rice has been...
2015/07/22 23:52
2015/07/22 23:52
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Professor Chris Elliott, director of the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast, sounded the alarm after a study published on 23 July found that a quarter of the dried...
2015/07/22 19:24
2015/07/22 19:24
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Grade 8 graduation, high school graduation, and now law school graduation—Doug Judson and Allison Williams have been together for them all. The pair attended Donald Young School in Emo and then Fort...
2015/07/22 01:08
2015/07/22 01:08
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Please can you give a brief overview of the history of AMD treatments? For two decades beginning in the late 1970’s through 2001, clinicians relied upon laser photocoagulation in the treatment of wet...
2015/07/20 05:20
2015/07/20 05:20
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Most of what is billed as the largest, one-time benefit payment in federal history is likely to hit suburban voters living in federal ridings where the Conservatives can be considered the party to...
2015/07/31 22:39
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