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Meet Dalhousie’s Top Co‑op Students of the Year for 2020
To be a co-op student in 2020 required a greater degree of fortitude than usual. Get to know the six outstanding students who rose to the challenge, taking Top Co-op Students of the Year honours for their contributions.
How shipping ports can become more sustainable
Marine shipping generates about three per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions, and port activities can add to local pollution. Ports are now taking action to reduce their environmental impacts, write Tony Walker and Michelle Adams with Dal's School for Resource and Environmental Studies.
Former Liberal Party MP opens up about race and politics during coffee chat event
Celina Caesar‑Chavannes spoke to Tari Ajadi, a PhD candidate in political science, about her new biography and her decision to resign from the Liberal Party in 2019.
In what ways should society support entrepreneurial small businesses? How can we produce food more efficiently?
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- How shipping ports can become more sustainable
- Commerce students run virtual 5 Days campaign to raise money for youth experiencing homelessness in Halifax
- Creating Connections in Atlantic Canada and Beyond
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