"The most important ingredient is the people," says District 3 co-founder Deborah Dysart-Gale.
"The facilities here are outstanding," says head coach Rikard Grönborg.
BBC World Service journalist and Concordia alum Owen Clegg filled us in on a few surprising points.
Can wearable technology change the world? A Concordia-based incubator thinks so — and its video-game creators want your help on July 30.
Family policy expert Hilary Rose weighs in.
JMSB student and synchro team captain Marie-Lou Morin checks in from the 2015 FINA World Championships in Russia.
Who knew the Loyola and Sir George Williams campuses were such cinematic hotspots?
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Israel, in my view, should “swallow” this deal and stop releasing hollowed threatening declarations against Iran that do not contribute to its deterrence strategy. Israel should hope that this “bad deal” would beget openness of Iran to the West and the triumph of the democratic and modernizing forces over the revolutionary and fundamentalist ones within Iran.
Yakub Halabi, Iran nuclear deal: Tehran's perspective.
We are all too frequently entertained—and not educated—by our media outlets. The stories that help us understand what influences public policy and the factors that determine our health status—the so-called social determinants of health—are left largely untold. ‘Health policy’ writ large may be a topic of interest to Canadians, but it is not an easy sell for the media.
Kathleen O’Grady and Noralou Roos, where’s the news on Canadian health policy?
We were shocked that some of the gases to come through the system are more dangerous than the original gas […] Because it's new technology and the public accepts whatever the industry says, if a company says it is working they believe it. But it has not been tested by a standards organisation.
Fariborz Haghighat, some air filters may add more dangerous chemicals to buildings.
While I think there should be a general policy regarding presenteeism, I think it needs to be enacted a lot more on the shop floor or in the trading room […] How do we balance some degree of expectation for people to show up with on the other hand being sensitive to the fact that people might be reticent to take a day off when they probably damn well should?