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Nipissing University Provides Quality Education to First Nations Communities

November 27, 2014 12:22 pm
Nipissing University Provides Quality Education to First Nations Communities

It is frequently forgotten access to learning and high-quality teaching is not available for everyone in Canada. The education provided for aboriginal children is just one example of a group with limited access. Their level of education is well below that of other Canadian children. The high school graduation rate […]

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Health in all Policies Approach Gaining Traction Across Political Spectrum in Canada

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Health in all Policies Approach Gaining Traction Across Political Spectrum in Canada

When counselling patients on health, physicians often focus on lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise or smoking. This kind of advice can be important for the individual, but does little to change underlying drivers of health like income, education and employment. These factors are the ones that have the greatest […]

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Evoking Memories on Parliament Hill: The War of 1812

November 26, 2014 2:12 pm
The effect of these job losses will be felt on several levels.

The War of 1812 Monument on Parliament Hill was inaugurated this November by the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, and Toronto artist Adrienne Alison to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. “This new landmark on Parliament Hill will forever remind us of […]

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Zibanejad is a Star Ready to Explode

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Zibanejad is a Star Ready to Explode

Zibanejad attempts to knock a puck out of mid-air past Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer. Photo credit: Blair Gable/Reuters If you’re concerned about Mika Zibanejad ever realizing his potential after being a healthy scratch against the St. Louis Blues on November 25, don’t be. When Zibanejad was drafted sixth overall […]

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