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Opinion: Clean water for First Nations must be a national priority

Published: 10Aug2017

Anja Geitmann is dean of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at McGill University, Jan Adamowski is a professor and director of McGill’s Integrated Water Resources Management...

Expert: Unemployment and the Aging Workforce

Published: 9Aug2017

“Bad news for anyone who still believes in freedom from work at 55. The number of women of this age and older who reported having jobs rose by 14,000 from June and by 66,000 from a year earlier....

Expert: National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Published: 9Aug2017

“A coalition composed mainly of relatives of missing and murdered Indigenous women is demanding the replacement of all remaining commissioners and a reset of the inquiry initiated by the federal...

Strong Link Between Child Welfare and Youth Homelessness in Canada

Published: 9Aug2017

A new report shows that almost sixty percent (57.8%) of homeless youth in Canada report involvement with the child welfare system at some point in their lives. In comparison, among the general...

Playing action video games may be bad for your brain, study finds

Published: 9Aug2017

The study by Canadian researchers Dr. Véronique Bohbot of Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal and Dr. Greg West, an associate professor at the French-language Université de...

Eating protein at all three meals could help seniors stave off muscle decline

Published: 8Aug2017

Stephanie Chevalier said, for seniors, "The important point is to create three meal occasions with sufficient protein to stimulate muscle building and greater strength, instead of just one."...

Large commercial operators a growing concern in the Airbnb market, study says

Published: 8Aug2017

And contrary to the Airbnb narrative that the online booking service is about regular people sharing their homes to help pay the mortgage, there has been disproportionately large growth of full...

Newly discovered pathway for pain processing could lead to new treatments

Published: 8Aug2017

The discovery of a new biological pathway involved in pain processing offers hope of using existing cancer drugs to replace the use of opioids in chronic pain treatment, according to scientists at...

Stress heightens fear of threats from the past

Published: 8Aug2017

Recognizing threats is an essential function of the human mind — think “fight or flight” — one that is aided by past negative experiences. But when older memories are coupled with stress,...

Interview: Protests in Venezuela

Published: 7Aug2017

We learn more about the protests in Venezuela from Jose Mauricio Gaona. He is an O'Brien Fellow at McGill University. Watch video: CTV Channel News

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