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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

New Study Finds Celebrity Fat-Shaming Harmful to Overall Population’s Body Image

A newly published study from McGill University has found that celebrity fat shaming has a significant impact on the wider population’s view of weight. The study suggests that instances where a celebrity has been the subject of fat-shaming in the media, have far-reaching impact and negatively affect the way that women in the wider population view their own bodies, causing an increase in negative implicit bias against certain body types.

Friday, April 5, 2019

Op-Ed: Quebec’s controversial secularism bill creates and reinforces division

by Dr. Laura Morlock, originally published in The Waterloo Record (April 5, 2019)

There have been four consecutive proposals by Quebec political parties to ban religious symbols in public, but the Coalition Avenir government’s invocation of the notwithstanding clause sets Bill 21 apart, allowing the bill to override Charter rights of religious freedom and expression for five years. It is also broader in its scope, affecting more careers and services than previous legislative attempts, including any jobs the government deems to represent public authority, including Crown prosecutors, judges, teachers, and even wildlife conservation officers.

Friday, March 22, 2019

International funding opportunity

2019 Visiting Program for Young Sinologists - Deadline March 31, 2019

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Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China

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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Making a difference with the Jacob Hillerby Memorial Bursary

Jacob Hillerby with his mother, father and sister.

Photo: Jacqui and Richard Hillerby with Jacob and his sister, Robin. 

Originally published in The Kincardine Record. Read the original HERE.  

To the Editor:

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Reconciliation instructor featured on CBC KW

Kelly Laurila in the radio station at CBC

Kelly Laurila, instructor of Reconciliation: Discussions and Implications of Settler Peoples in Canada, was featured on CBC KW's Morning Edition last Wednesday, March 13. In addition to her insights about what reconciliation means, she offers a glimpse into what the course will be like for students.  

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