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Opinion Poll: Canada's climate change consensus confronts Keystone

Opinion Poll: Canada's climate change consensus confronts Keystone

Despite the fact that 81% of Canadians accept that temperature on Earth is increasing, Université de Montréal researchers have revealed that Canadians are generally misinformed about the science of climate change and are divided over the construction of new oil pipelines. The researchers' study also found that 70% of Canadians perceive significant changes in weather where they live; 60% believe that weather in Canada has been getting more extreme; and 87% believe these changes are somewhat or very likely the consequence of a warming planet.

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Should health systems send patients abroad to save money?

Should health systems send patients abroad to save money?

While various options can be explored to rationalize resources in the health sector, delegating cert...

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Verbal abuse in the workplace: are men or women most at risk?

Verbal abuse in the workplace: are men or women most at risk?

There is no significant difference in the prevalence of verbal abuse in the workplace between men an...

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Preterm Birth on the Rise : The importance of research for best care of preterm babies and their families

Preterm Birth on the Rise : The importance of research for best care of preterm babies and their families

In Canada approximately 1 in 12 babies is born prematurely. The total economic burden of prematurity...

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Sharpening state spending on seniors

Sharpening state spending on seniors

As our society ages, a University of Montreal study suggests the health system should be focussing o...

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Les enquêteurs de la mort

La revue "Les diplômés" consacre son dossier de l'automne aux enquêteurs de la mort....

 

Le campus de l'UdeM en Mauricie célèbre ses 10 ans

Le pari était téméraire. Pour attirer des médecins en Mauricie, l'Université de Montr...

Le chiffre

70 %

Au Canada, de 1991 à 2010, les titulaires d'un baccalauréat de sexe masculin ont cumulé des gains supérieurs de 70 % aux gains des diplômés d'études secondaires et de 33 % à ceux des diplômés du collégial.

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