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Regulating Social Media Giants | The Reporter

Published: 10Apr2019

APRIL 9, 2019 | The Canadian government is now considering to actively regulate social media platforms such as Facebook, given the lack of results from self-regulation. "We better get the...

Why are governments slow to regulate social media? | Global News

Published: 10Apr2019

APRIL 8, 2019 | Social media has been deeply ingrained in our daily lives and with the current spread of hate and misinformation, governments have been slow to regulate social media companies....

MONTREAL GAZETTE | Opinion: Rather than Bill 21, let's have pluralistic secularism

Published: 9Apr2019

"The main purpose of Bill 21 is to “protect our identity,” says Premier François Legault. But whose identity is being protected and what kind of society will this bill promote?

Exhibition Vernissage | Sir William Osler's Leonardo da Vinci Collection: Flight, Anatomy and Art

2May201917:30
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All are invited to attend a vernissage to celebrate the opening of our newest exhibition, Sir William Osler's Leonardo da Vinci Collection: Flight, Anatomy and Art,  May 2, 2019, at 5:30 pm.

Predictor Unveiled | The First Reliable Home Pregnancy Test & its Little-Known Connection to Montreal

7May201917:00
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A roundtable discussion featuring inventor Meg Crane (NYC), Prof. Jenna Healey (Queens Univ.), Prof. Christabelle Sethna (Univ. Ottawa), and Prof. Alanna Thain (McGill Univ.).

FINANCIAL POST | Debunking carbon tax myths: It's no cash grab

Published: 8Apr2019

Chris Ragan, an economist at McGill University, speaks with the Financial Post's Larysa Harapyn about carbon pricing in Canada.  Read more

Transmettre la mémoire sans transmettre le traumatisme, Dre Rousseau

Published: 8Apr2019

Pour certains Rwandais réfugiés ici, les blessures post-traumatiques ont parfois fait surface des années plus tard, affirme Cécile Rousseau, pédopsychiatre et directrice du Groupe de recherche et d...

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