The trap of childhood obesity

February 20, 2018 Brittany Lodwich 0

BY BRITTANY LODWICH Although there is lots of awareness about adult heath and self-care, childhood obesity still remains on the radar for families today. With advancing technology, the effects of food and health are closely […]

Canada’s alarming measles rate

February 13, 2018 Paul Mantella 0

BY PAUL MANTELLA Despite vaccination rates for most illnesses staying the same as previous years, or even increasing slightly, Measles-Mumps-Rubella coverage continues to decline. As a result, measles cases are far more common in the […]

Small businesses: Men vs women

February 6, 2018 Sashenka Paatz 0

BY SASHENKA PAATZ Small to medium-size enterprises (SMEs) are a vital part of Canada’s economy. There are over one million SMEs in the country. These businesses provide employment as well as innovation in many fields […]

No friends but the mountains

January 30, 2018 Paul Mantella 0

BY PAUL MANTELLA Turkey has launched an attack on the Kurdish-led SDF, the most democratic force in Syria, which is also the main ally of the United States against ISIS in Syria. It must be […]

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