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Canadians love salmon but are misinformed about its production and concerned about its cost
A majority of Canadians enjoy eating salmon but roughly half are misinformed about the various methods used to cultivate the species, according to a new report by Dalhousie researchers who surveyed people across the country about their consumption habits.
The Pandora Papers: How punishing tax cheats can serve as a deterrent
Research suggests punishing tax cheats can re-establish a sense of justice among the general public, so authorities should use their resources to ensure culpable offenders are held accountable, writes Dal's Tisha King.
R. Kelly was aided by a network of complicity – common in workplace abuse – that enabled crimes to go on for decades
The former star faces the possibility of life in prison after being found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking. The trial exposed the role of enablers within his inner circle, too, write Peggy Cunningham and Minette Drumwright.
In what ways should society support entrepreneurial small businesses? How can we produce food more efficiently?
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