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The Conversation: The importance of accountability after deadly disasters
This week marks the 26th anniversary of the Westray mine disaster in Nova Scotia. There have been plenty of disasters since then, writes MacEachen Institute Director Kevin Quigley, but we still struggle to hold people to account when systems fail.
World‑leading impact: Shipping expert Mary Brooks wins international honour
Over four decades, Rowe School of Business faculty member Mary Brooks has reshaped government policy, changed industry thinking and elevated the scholarship of shipping management. Now, she's the first woman to ever receive the top award in her field: the Onassis Prize in Shipping.
The Conversation: Understanding the risks to Canada's drinking water
World Water Day (March 22) shines a light on the importance of safe, clean drinking water but a new report finds Canada's freshwater systems are under stress, writes MacEachen Institute Director Kevin Quigley for The Conversation.
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