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WIRED | How a PTSD expert developed a viable cure for heartbreak

Published: 26Jun2019

Alain Brunet, a psychologist who has studied PTSD for decades, has developed a therapy to heal what he calls “romantic betrayal”....

MONTREAL GAZETTE | Hope for people with fibromyalgia from Montreal-based researchers

Published: 26Jun2019

A Montreal-based research team has shown that the composition of the microbiome, the complex mixture of microorganisms that populate our gastrointestinal tract, is altered in people with...

Federal election easy prey for social media manipulators, experts warn | CBC News

Published: 26Jun2019

JUNE 24, 2019 | Taylor Owen, an expert in the political impact of digital technologies, warns that the social media infrastructure is to blame for the spread of fake news and political interference...

Election interference is happening in Canada: What you can do to stop it | CBC News

Published: 25Jun2019

JUNE 25, 2019 | Online interference is happening in the run-up to Canada's fall federal election. CBC News looked at who's behind it and what you can do to stop it. The interview featured Taylor...

CTV | Montreal marine biologist brings new eco-friendly watering stations to Osheaga

Published: 25Jun2019

While Montreal’s numerous festivals provide ample opportunity for fun during the summer, they can also have a negative impact on the environment. A Montreal marine biologist is behind a new project...

THE STAR | Three hundred long-term rentals back on market in Vancouver thanks to new Airbnb rules

Published: 25Jun2019

Just over 300 homes that were being rented on Airbnb full time were likely returned to Vancouver’s long-term rental market in the first four months of the city’s new regulations coming into force,...

CBC | Cree language and culture keepers celebrate McGill graduation

Published: 25Jun2019

A room full of Cree students wearing red celebrated their graduation from McGill University Saturday in Pikogan, Que., with a lot of emotion, pride and a deep commitment to strengthening the Cree...

SCIENCE NEWS | How seafood shells could help solve the plastic waste problem

Published: 20Jun2019

Lobster bisque and shrimp cocktail make for scrumptious meals, but at a price. The food industry generates 6 million to 8 million metric tons of crab, shrimp and lobster shell waste every year....

OPINION | Taylor Owen in The Globe and Mail: Who will answer the Christchurch Call? Nobody, if tech platforms continue ungoverned

Published: 19Jun2019

MAY 23, 2019 | Taylor Owen, Beaverbrook Chair in Media, Ethics and Communication at the Max Bell School of Public Policy, writes that the Christchurch Call might be a missed opportunity for...

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