Commentary

October 16, 2017

Food is about far more than bodily sustenance

By By Tina Moffat, associate professor, Anthropology and Charlene Mohammed

Life for new immigrants is hard in many ways. But one thing that is rarely recognized is the dramatic shift for newcomers in what they eat.
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July 7, 2017

Silicosis's toxic legacy offers deadly lessons for today

Researchers are still trying to understand the connection between aluminum inhalation and neurological disease. But a look back at Canada’s history of industrialization can help us understand why miners inhaled McIntyre Powder in the first place.
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