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The COVID-19 pandemic that shuttered cities around the world did not just affect the way we work, study and socialize. It also affected our mobility. With millions of workers no longer commuting, vehicle traffic across Canada has plummeted. This has had a significant impact on the quality of…

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If you have a second, try typing “time management” into your favourite search engine. You will get literally millions of results: books, tips, lessons, do’s and don’ts. It’s a big industry. But as John Molson School of Business graduate researcher Brad Aeon asks in a new paper published in t…

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Overture with the Arts’ (OWTA) Black History Month national school tour is back with a virtual interactive experience. For 2021, the twin team of Akilah and Omari Newton pick up where they left off last year exploring important black communities in Canada with the program “Tracking Black Can…

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Unfortunately, the pandemic has forced many education, learning and wellness centres to temporarily stop in-person classes. As we moved into yet another lockdown, many of these courses were switched to virtual platforms. The good news is, because online learning is no longer something “new” …

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“Practically every component of milk is used for something in dairy processing,” explains Vincent Martin, professor of biology and Concordia University Research Chair in Microbial Engineering and Synthetic Biology. “For milk, cream, cheese, protein concentrate — all of the dairy product is g…