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2015/07/04 06:48
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Ryan Byrne, For The Sudbury Star With the recent teachers' strike, many in the community may be worrying that some Sudbury high school students are missing out on a proper education. Those minds can...
2015/07/04 06:48
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2015/07/03 21:48
2015/07/03 21:48
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It turns out being smart isn’t the secret to happiness and life satisfaction—and it doesn’t predict good choices or behaviour either. Although it may seem as though a person with a higher IQ would be...
2015/07/03 19:20
2015/07/03 19:20
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To many people, summer camp for kids might appear like nothing more than fun and games. However, a study called The Canadian Summer Camp Research Project, conducted in the past few years by the...
2015/06/30 20:45
2015/06/30 20:45
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EditorWhere in the world do you go if you want to launch rockets with plenty of room to spare. Green River is the spot with wide open spaces and enough free air space not to interfere with...
2015/06/29 16:47
2015/06/29 16:47
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A physicist at the University of Waterloo is among a team of scientists who have described how glasses form at the molecular level and provided a possible solution to a problem that has stumped...
2015/06/28 04:41
2015/06/28 04:41
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Personnel for Sunday, June 28 Jun. 28, 2015 @ 12:01 AM Megan Davis joins Nelson Mullins HUNTINGTON — Megan B. Davis has joined Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP as an associate in West...
2015/06/26 15:49
2015/06/26 15:49
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... don't live on Ramsey Lake, but I drink the water." That's true for 60,000 of us, but it was Pat Rogerson who said it at Monday's planning committee meeting. She was one of many that expressed...
2015/06/26 03:57
2015/06/26 03:57
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Joe Poremba will always have great memories of St. John’s College even though his first year at the school was traumatic. “My dad passed away of cancer when I was in Grade 9 and it was really tough...
2015/06/20 02:49
2015/06/20 02:49
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By Ariana Eunjung Cha, Washington Post First it was blueberries. Then the tart, deep red seeds of pomegranates. Now it’s avocado’s turn in the spotlight. Long revered as a superfood with good...
2015/06/19 10:39
2015/06/19 10:39
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Before joining The Globe and Mail as a business writer in 2010, I worked for two Canadian investment banks. In those years leading up to, and during, the financial crisis, Bay Street abided by...
2015/06/18 09:38
2015/06/18 09:38
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KITCHENER — What Keurig did for coffee, Bryan Fedorak and Jason Neevel want to do for cocktails. The two entrepreneurs made a machine called Bartesian that produces six different cocktails. It works...
2015/06/18 01:57
2015/06/18 01:57
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After a long week of involvement with the convocation winds at the University of Waterloo, I returned to Port Dover tired and hungry. This resulted in a return trip to Turkey Point to visit the...
2015/06/17 21:12
2015/06/17 21:12
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When it comes to school assignments, Miranda Nooyen gives her best effort, even when she knows it won't necessarily impact her final mark. However, this commitment to excellence has earned her a...
2015/06/17 20:56
2015/06/17 20:56
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They are the best and brightest ambassadors of their town and their generation. Council honoured eight high school students for their outstanding contributions to their school and their community...
2015/06/17 14:22
2015/06/17 14:22
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There may have been a time when avocados were thought of as nothing more than a guacamole ingredient, but those days are over. Now, if you see a list of "superfoods," foods with good fat profiles or...
2015/06/17 12:16
2015/06/17 12:16
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A new report came out recently that reiterates what we’ve heard from other sources: Canadians aren’t saving nearly enough for retirement. The deputy chief economist of the CIBC warns that, without...
2015/06/16 20:39
2015/06/16 20:39
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Plants are a ubiquitous and essential part of our lives. Estimates suggest there are hundreds of thousands of plant species known to science. How many species are there, really? How are they related?...
2015/06/16 00:57
2015/06/16 00:57
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Four of Brantford's brightest young minds were honoured Monday with prestigious James Hillier Foundation scholarships at the annual Innovation Day held at Apotex Pharmachem. Noah Kunej and Joel...
2015/06/15 22:28
2015/06/15 22:28
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Reed Bell accomplished what no other student at OSCVI or at any other high school in Grey-Bruce ever did. The 19-year-old Owen Sound resident won the $80,000 Schulich Leadership Scholarship, one of...
2015/06/15 19:42
2015/06/15 19:42
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All his life, Grade 12 Centennial Secondary School student Thomas Cheng has loved numbers. In fact, he loves math so much, he plans to make a career out of it. And, recently, he’s received...
2015/07/04 06:48
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