Journalism undergrad Matt Heuman hopes his new app VoteNote will lure more young people to the polls.
North America’s populations are declining at an unprecedented rate, but research from Concordia and the University of Tennessee may have found a solution.
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Interdisciplinary support and an impressive airframe resulted in podium placement at the 10th Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition.
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The wide range in disparity of publicly funded services for autism across the country has even generated a kind of “medical migration” with several published accounts of families leaving their home provinces to move to Alberta or British Columbia, where services are more readily available and more flexible. It is also no longer uncommon to find Canadian families using crowd sourcing campaigns to fund their children’s therapies.
Kathleen O’Grady, what everyone should know about autism in Canada.
Without a defined and cohesive urban plan, Montreal saw unprecedented demolitions, and few structures were off-limits. Buildings steeped in our history, such as Windsor Station, the Grey Nuns Motherhouse and the Monument National, were all threatened with destruction — proposals that would be considered almost unthinkable today. Only the tireless work of concerned citizens kept these buildings intact.
Eliot Perrin, building on Montreal’s architectural heritage.
There is a movement in Germany to deal with this issue (of the restitution of the Max Stern art collection) that permeates and even infects the museum system. More and more, there are individuals in countries, particularly in institutions, that understand they have a moral responsibility that in the past wasn’t as obvious.
Clarence Epstein, finding stolen works a huge challenge.
Price is a big issue. No matter how much consumers say they care about local, at the point of purchase or selection, price rules. … For $3, a container of U.S. or Mexican raspberries that looks fuller, plumper, juicier than a smaller container of Quebec fruits will likely end up in the shopping cart.
Jordan Le Bel, local producers’ fight for shelf space.