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Wheels.ca
Heirloom ’86 Prelude draws admiring looks, offersas his car, was remembered in a story by then Toronto Star staff reporter Thula
Heirloom ’86 Prelude draws admiring looks, offers
Wheels.ca / Posted 12 minutes ago
as his car, was remembered in a story by then Toronto Star staff reporter Thulasi Srikanthan on July 21, 2006. As well, the University of Toronto Faculty of Law offers a Victor Hum Memorial Bursary. In 1986, during a visit to the annual car show in... Read more
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The Tyee
Sea Lice Exploded among Wild Young Salmon near BC Fish Farms: StudyB.C salmon farms last year were besieged by sea lice, according to a new Univer
Sea Lice Exploded among Wild Young Salmon near BC Fish Farms: Study
The Tyee / Posted 3 hours ago
B.C salmon farms last year were besieged by sea lice, according to a new University of Toronto study, which also found a dangerously steep rise of infestation among young wild salmon who swam nearby. Published in the Canadian Journal of Fisheries... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
UOW's booming offshore campuses could be future for Australian universitiesand Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
UOW's booming offshore campuses could be future for Australian universities
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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CTV News
What to expect at this week's Democratic National Conventioncharacterized the Republican National Convention, says one expert. Renan Levin
What to expect at this week's Democratic National Convention
CTV News / Posted 18 hours ago
characterized the Republican National Convention, says one expert. Renan Levine, a professor of political science at the University of Toronto, says that unlike the Republican meeting, which wrapped up last week in Cleveland, the DNC will likely... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Ice swimmers defy death for the thrillit, I’m sure we would be at risk of dying,” said Greg Wells, an assistant profe
Ice swimmers defy death for the thrill
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted yesterday
it, I’m sure we would be at risk of dying,” said Greg Wells, an assistant professor with the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto. “But because these individuals trained themselves up for an extended period of time, they’re able to... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Calgary's iconic Lougheed House in Beltline celebrates 125th birthdaya Torontonian. Sir James Lougheed was actually born in Brampton (in today’s Gr
Calgary's iconic Lougheed House in Beltline celebrates 125th birthday
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
a Torontonian. Sir James Lougheed was actually born in Brampton (in today’s Greater Toronto Area) and studied at the University of Toronto and the Osgoode Hall Law School before he moved out west to Calgary. He arrived here in 1883, just as... Read more
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Torontoist
The Origin of "Toronto's Cops are Tops"death. “Someone said that with everyone saying how rotten police are, maybe we
The Origin of "Toronto's Cops are Tops"
Torontoist / Posted yesterday
death. “Someone said that with everyone saying how rotten police are, maybe we should hold a rally to support the police,” University of Toronto student Mary Babic told the Sun. Interaction between youth and police hadn’t been so friendly in... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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The Young Witness
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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Western Advocate
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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The Border Mail
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
B.C. judge to rule whether couple was entrapped by police in terrorism stingJevning declined to comment on the case involving Mr. Nuttall and Ms. Korody.
B.C. judge to rule whether couple was entrapped by police in terrorism sting
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Jevning declined to comment on the case involving Mr. Nuttall and Ms. Korody. Kent Roach, a professor at the University of Toronto faculty of law who has written about terrorism prosecutions, said one significant difference between... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Tough break for Stallionsin Canadian university football. The following are the graduating players and t
Tough break for Stallions
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 2 days ago
in Canadian university football. The following are the graduating players and their respective schools: Nick Stadnyk (University of Toronto), James Ayers, McGuirk and Tyler Maher (University of Waterloo), Connor Paquette (Dalhousie... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ramsay Cook was a historian who helped define modern CanadaIn the view of fellow historian and close friend Craig Brown, who first met Ram
Ramsay Cook was a historian who helped define modern Canada
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
In the view of fellow historian and close friend Craig Brown, who first met Ramsay Cook when they were both students at University of Toronto in 1957, “he was just a great guy.” Prof. Cook died in Toronto on July 14, after a brief battle with... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientist develops new method for identifying proteins to build new biologicsA University of Toronto scientist has developed a new method for identifying th
Scientist develops new method for identifying proteins to build new biologics
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
A University of Toronto scientist has developed a new method for identifying the raw ingredients necessary to build 'biologics', a powerful class of medications that has revolutionized treatment of diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and some... Read more
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PhysOrg
Beaked birds champions of the last mass extinctionlead author of the study Derek Larson, assistant curator at the Philip J. Curri
Beaked birds champions of the last mass extinction
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
lead author of the study Derek Larson, assistant curator at the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum and PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. What this means is that the extinction was fairly instantaneous, and not drawn out over a long period... Read more
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EarthSky
The X at the center of the Milky WayInstitute for Astronomy in Heidelberg collaborated with Dustin Lang at the Dunl
The X at the center of the Milky Way
EarthSky / Posted 2 days ago
Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg collaborated with Dustin Lang at the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics at University of Toronto on the new work. Lang was working with the WISE data to aid his research in mapping the web of galaxies... Read more
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New Kerala
Students from lower-income groups may have less working memory - newkerala.com #94107different brain response for this very basic ability that is essential to almos
Students from lower-income groups may have less working memory - newkerala.com #94107
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
different brain response for this very basic ability that is essential to almost all cognition," said Amy Finn from the University of Toronto in the study published in the journal Developmental Science. For the study, 67 students were enrolled... Read more
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CBC.ca
Tragically Hip ready to kick off 1st tour since Gord Downie's cancer revelationtonight. (Patrick Doyle/Canadian Press) Ken McLeod, an associate professor spe
Tragically Hip ready to kick off 1st tour since Gord Downie's cancer revelation
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
tonight. (Patrick Doyle/Canadian Press) Ken McLeod, an associate professor specializing in popular music history at the University of Toronto, expects that fans will be respectful of whatever may come during the concerts. "People are really... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Why We Value Purchases More When We Pay With Cashthat she savoured her morning coffee more when paying with cash, Avni M. Shah,
Why We Value Purchases More When We Pay With Cash
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 3 days ago
that she savoured her morning coffee more when paying with cash, Avni M. Shah, an assistant marketing professor at the University of Toronto Scarborough, decided to put her experience to the test. Through a series of experiments, Shah and her... Read more
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CBC.ca
Get naked or take a hike, angry nudists tell 'lookie-loos'about accepting yourself and showing respect for others," he said. Deschenes —
Get naked or take a hike, angry nudists tell 'lookie-loos'
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
about accepting yourself and showing respect for others," he said. Deschenes — who is also a nudity law expert at the University of Toronto — said having clothed people around can make public nudity difficult for some naturists, especially if... Read more
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Perth Now
'Something about imagination is important'Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and n
'Something about imagination is important'
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and novelist Keith Oatley, a professor at the University of Toronto, argues reading or watching fiction encourages empathy and helps people better understand their own... Read more
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Adelaide Now
'Something about imagination is important'Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and n
'Something about imagination is important'
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and novelist Keith Oatley, a professor at the University of Toronto, argues reading or watching fiction encourages empathy and helps people better understand their own... Read more
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Weekly Times
'Something about imagination is important'Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and n
'Something about imagination is important'
Weekly Times / Posted 3 days ago
Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and novelist Keith Oatley, a professor at the University of Toronto, argues reading or watching fiction encourages empathy and helps people better understand their own... Read more
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Herald Sun
'Something about imagination is important'Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and n
'Something about imagination is important'
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and novelist Keith Oatley, a professor at the University of Toronto, argues reading or watching fiction encourages empathy and helps people better understand their own... Read more
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The Courier Mail
'Something about imagination is important'Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and n
'Something about imagination is important'
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and novelist Keith Oatley, a professor at the University of Toronto, argues reading or watching fiction encourages empathy and helps people better understand their own... Read more
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News.com.au
'Something about imagination is important'Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and n
'Something about imagination is important'
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Harry Potter to a broadened mind has been mostly anecdotal. Psychologist and novelist Keith Oatley, a professor at the University of Toronto, argues reading or watching fiction encourages empathy and helps people better understand their own... Read more
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BC Local News
Penticton educator's Reading From Space program lifts offof the space station compared to on earth? We will find out.” Both she and Try
Penticton educator's Reading From Space program lifts off
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
of the space station compared to on earth? We will find out.” Both she and Tryggvason credited the efforts of the University of Toronto, P&P Opitca, Bennett’s publisher Big Kid Science for assistance once again to make the project a... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Penticton educator's Reading From Space program lifts offof the space station compared to on earth? We will find out.” Both she and Try
Penticton educator's Reading From Space program lifts off
Penticton Western News / Posted 3 days ago
of the space station compared to on earth? We will find out.” Both she and Tryggvason credited the efforts of the University of Toronto, P&P Opitca, Bennett’s publisher Big Kid Science for assistance once again to make the project a... Read more
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News 8000
Nerd alert: Reading is good for your healthread fiction may understand people better than others," said Keith Oatley, a co
Nerd alert: Reading is good for your health
News 8000 / Posted 3 days ago
read fiction may understand people better than others," said Keith Oatley, a cognitive psychology professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. He's also an award-winning novelist. "A work of fiction is a piece of consciousness that can pass from... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Nerd alert: Reading is good for your healthread fiction may understand people better than others," said Keith Oatley, a co
Nerd alert: Reading is good for your health
KTVZ Bend / Posted 3 days ago
read fiction may understand people better than others," said Keith Oatley, a cognitive psychology professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. He's also an award-winning novelist. "A work of fiction is a piece of consciousness that can pass from... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Could building campuses offshore be the future?and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, ad
Could building campuses offshore be the future?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
and Bond University's South African endeavour closed in 2004. Gavin Moodie, adjunct professor of education at RMIT and the University of Toronto, said unis invest in overseas campuses for many reasons. They are high-risk status plays, revenue... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
‘X’ shape in Milky Way confirmedfor other scientific studies,” said Lang, a research associate for the Dunlap I
‘X’ shape in Milky Way confirmed
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 3 days ago
for other scientific studies,” said Lang, a research associate for the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of Toronto, who also built an interactive site to help people explore the maps. He also admits that part of it... Read more
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Calgary Sun
X marks the galaxyis the first proof that one exists within our own Milky Way. Toronto astronome
X marks the galaxy
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
is the first proof that one exists within our own Milky Way. Toronto astronomer Dustin Lang, of Dunlap Institute of the University of Toronto, first posted the photo in 2015 -- one of several galactic images he shared on social media over the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Rosie MacLennan 'incredibly proud' to be Canada's flag-bearerannouncement of MacLennan, 27, as flag-bearer shouldn’t come as a huge surprise
Rosie MacLennan 'incredibly proud' to be Canada's flag-bearer
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
announcement of MacLennan, 27, as flag-bearer shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. The Richmond Hill, Ont. native and University of Toronto graduate has been at the top of her sport for years. In addition to her Olympic gold, she owns a pair... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerannouncement of MacLennan, 27, as flag-bearer shouldn’t come as a huge surprise
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 3 days ago
announcement of MacLennan, 27, as flag-bearer shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. The Richmond Hill, Ont. native and University of Toronto graduate has been at the top of her sport for years. In addition to her Olympic gold, she owns a pair... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
Barrie Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
The Sudbury Star / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Nudists call for fewer clothed visitors at clothing-optional beachesif they are new to the practice. “I go... and I don’t care,” said Deschenes, w
Nudists call for fewer clothed visitors at clothing-optional beaches
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
if they are new to the practice. “I go... and I don’t care,” said Deschenes, who is also an associate instructor for a University of Toronto course on the history and law of public nudity. But for people with less experience at clothing... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
Sarnia Observer / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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Business Wire
Sprint Names Ismat Aziz Senior Vice President of Human Resourcesfrom the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, and co
Sprint Names Ismat Aziz Senior Vice President of Human Resources
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
from the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, and completed her undergraduate work at the University of Toronto. She also has certifications in Board Governance and HR internationally. Aziz relocated to the Kansas... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Why reading is good for your healthread fiction may understand people better than others,” said Keith Oatley, a co
Why reading is good for your health
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 3 days ago
read fiction may understand people better than others,” said Keith Oatley, a cognitive psychology professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. He’s also an award-winning novelist. “A work of fiction is a piece of consciousness that can pass from... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
Chatham Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Early initiation of prophylaxis linked to lower rates of PE and DVT in patients with severe brain injurieshemorrhage," according to lead study author James P. Byrne, MD, a general surge
Early initiation of prophylaxis linked to lower rates of PE and DVT in patients with severe brain injuries
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
hemorrhage," according to lead study author James P. Byrne, MD, a general surgery resident and PhD student at the University of Toronto (Ontario, Canada). "We performed this study because there wasn't clear evidence that starting... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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Welland Tribune
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearerNOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara P
MacLennan named Canada's flag-bearer
Welland Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
NOTABLE RESULTS: Gold at 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and 2011 Guadalajara Pan Am Games. EDUCATION: Graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor degree in physical education and health; Pursuing Masters in exercise science U... Read more
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