News archive - October 2014

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Commuting is even worse than you thought (The Globe and Mail)

cars stuck in a traffic jam

The perceived seriousness of traffic congestion was a crucial ingredient in understanding the well-being of commuters.         FRED LUM/THE GLOBE AND MAIL

By Harvey Schachter, Special to The Globe and Mail, Work-life column, Balance

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Opinion: Economics reaches a new frontier (Edmonton Journal)

aerial view of earth

The David Suzuki Foundation’s Blue Dot Tour is working to encourage communities to focus on Earth-friendly fundamentals: access to clean water, fresh air and healthy food.                                                        Photograph by: HO, AFP/Getty Images

By Brett Dolter and David Suzuki

Saturday, October 18, 2014

As Toronto dithers, Guelph sets sights on 21st century (Toronto Star)

aerial view of Guelph
Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Community Foundation challenges area residents to take action, get more involved (The Kingston Whig-Standard)

Kieran Moore, Bryan Smale, George Thomson

George Thomson, a board member of the Community Foundation for Kingston and Area, along with Kieran Moore of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public Health, centre, and Bryan Smale, director of the Canadian Index of Wellbeing, left, speak at the launch of the sixth annual Vital Signs report Tuesday, Oct.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Director says young people are often involved as activists for environmental, social, political, cultural issues (The Kingston Whig-Standard)

Dr. Kieran Moore and Dr. Bryan Smale

Kieran Moore of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public Health, left, and Bryan Smale, director of the Canadian Index of Wellbeing, right, speak at the launch of the sixth annual Vital Signs report Tuesday, Oct.

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