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Terrible wordplay: Should slurs, swearing and offensive terms be allowed in Scrabble?

In the News   |   June 25, 2020

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When John Chew first walked into the Toronto Scrabble Club in the summer of 1993, a “mixed race person with kind of geeky interests,” he immediately knew he’d found his community. There were people from... read more

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New report identifies 308 plant and animal species found only in Canada

Articles of Interest   |   June 4, 2020

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It’s known that Canada is home to tens of thousands of species of plants and animals, several hundred of which are listed under the federal Species at Risk Act. But what has been harder for... read more

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NHL to return for 24-team playoffs but warns Canadian quarantine rules may keep games in the U.S.

In the News   |   May 27, 2020

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The NHL announced Tuesday that it intends to return to the ice for a special 24-team Stanley Cup tournament after a months-long pause, but refused to give a hard timeline, cautioning that any action would... read more

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Farm in the city: Growing produce the urban way

In the News   |   May 11, 2020

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Cheyenne Sundance walks slowly along a row of newly planted collard greens and sprinkles them with water. Lovingly, she tends to the bok choy, cilantro, kale and mustard greens, the romaine and rosemary, sorrel, Swiss... read more

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Mali the bear and an Indigenous approach are changing the outlook for West Coast grizzlies

In the News   |   April 29, 2020

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When Mali woke late last month from his long, winter’s nap, he did what all sleepy, young grizzlies do after exiting their snowy dens: He set off immediately to find something to eat. So began... read more

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Brock U scientist seeks to preserve muscles on the road to Mars

In the News   |   April 28, 2020

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When three astronauts returned from the International Space Station earlier this month, it was to a very different world than the one they left. For Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan, both from the United States,... read more

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How to handle unwanted interruptions

Lesson Plans   |   April 6, 2020

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This article examines and defines these terms and explains their relevance to you and your work... read more

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In your mind you need a place to go

Lesson Plans   |   April 1, 2020

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As the title suggests, this article explores the value of parks to our sense of well-being and happiness.... read more

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The need for parks: In a time of sickness, we all need to take a breath

In the News   |   March 17, 2020

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Parks are “the lungs of the city.” That was how reformers talked about big urban parks in the 19th century, as those spaces and their cities grew together. I thought about this metaphor on the... read more

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Interruptions, workaholism, productivity and you

In the News   |   March 5, 2020

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In our quest to be productive, interruptions – from e-mails to colleagues wanting to chat — seem a menace. But it may be time to rethink interruptions and, indeed, productivity itself. Elana Feldman, an assistant... read more

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Cartoons   |   January 16, 2020

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Ontario is investigating after an emergency alert about an imaginary incident at Pickering nuclear facility was mistakenly sent to millions of residents.

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Cartoons   |   December 12, 2019

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In a repeat measure, Russia has been handed a four-year ban from major sporting events by the World Anti-Doping Agency, but its athletes who can prove they are untainted can compete under a neutral flag.

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From scientific revolution to alien life: what the transit of Mercury really means

In the News   |   November 11, 2019

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It was just a tiny black dot, but when Pierre Gassendi saw it projected on a screen in his darkened Paris apartment, he knew he was making history. The dot was the planet Mercury and... read more

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Google claims beachhead in race for quantum supremacy

In the News   |   October 24, 2019

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In 200 seconds – the time it takes to poach an egg – a quantum processor has performed a numerical task faster than any known computer system on Earth. Exactly how much faster is up... read more

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Winnipeg-born James Peebles among winners for Nobel Prize in physics

In the News   |   October 8, 2019

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James Peebles, a Winnipeg-born cosmologist who correctly predicted the discovery of a remote signal from the very early universe, has won the Nobel Prize in physics, making him the third Canadian to win the coveted... read more

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