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Canada’s drug history subject of book by Brock professor

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Canada’s drug history subject of book by Brock professor

Most Canadians were drug users in the early 1900s according to Brock University associate professor Dan Malleck, an established expert in Canadian drug and alcohol history in his new book When Good Drugs Go Bad, Opium, Medicine and the Origins of Canada’s Drug Laws. The book deals with the early use of opium and cocaine […]

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New Brock Chancellor: First Nations filmmaker Shirley Cheechoo

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New Brock Chancellor: First Nations filmmaker Shirley Cheechoo

Brock University announced in a press release Thursday that Shirely Cheechoo, award winning Canadian actress, playwright and filmmaker has been named as the next Chancellor of Brock University. “Cheechoo accepted the invitation after her nomination was unanimously endorsed by Brock’s Senate and Board of Trustees,” Brock University President Jack Lightstone said. “She will be installed […]

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Cuvée 2015 raised thousands for students and research

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Cuvée 2015 raised thousands for students and research

The accounting is finished, and organizers of Cuvée 2015 report that this year’s grape and wine celebration event generated net revenues of $33,000, most of which will go to supporting student scholarships and grape and wine research. This was the first year that Cuvée was organized by Brock University’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute, […]

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Children needed by Brock researcher

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Children needed by Brock researcher

To better understand how memory develops in young children, Brock University developmental psychologist Caitlin Mahy has designed research projects that examine how children think about the future. And to make that research happen, Mahy needs children aged three to seven years old to participate, Brock University said in a release. The release said many parents […]

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