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The politics of climate change

Canada has the appearance of being on the right track when it comes to climate change and what to do about it. A...

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June, 2017

CAUT honours professor & labour historian Craig Heron

Renowned labour historian Craig Heron received the Lee Lorch Award at CAUT’s 82nd Council...

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June, 2017

Quebec Superior Court protects researcher confidentiality

A Quebec Superior Court judge has retracted his earlier ruling that required a Université du...

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In this Issue

In April, following a five-year hiatus, Statistics Canada published initial data from its annual survey of...
S.T. of London writes I have had an article accepted by a prestigious academic journal, so am happy about...
By James Compton I can date when I first started to learn how to think independently. I was an...
By John Gill Theresa May is the new iron lady, Angela Merkel the iron chancellor. Vladimir Putin is a...
By Tim Ingold We are living through an epochal moment in the history of universities. The ideals of...

Interview

Interview / David Naylor

In April 2017, the final report of the Advisory Panel for the Review of Federal Support for Fundamental Science was...

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Book review

Book Review / Making sense of science : Separating substance from spin

Cornelia Dean. Harvard University Press, 2017; 296 pp; ISBN: 978-0-67405-969-6. By Laura Bowater We are living...

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