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What does the new Canada’s Food Guide mean for oral health?

What does the new Canada’s Food Guide mean for oral health?

For students and profs in Dal’s Faculty of Dentistry, the launch of the new version of Canada’s Food Guide is like introducing a new textbook — offering new opportunities to learn and educate about good oral health.  Read more.

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Cheryl Bell
Thursday, February 21, 2019
For students and profs in Dal’s Faculty of Dentistry, the launch of the new version of Canada’s Food Guide is like introducing a new textbook — offering new opportunities to learn and educate about good oral health.
Stephanie Rogers
Friday, February 15, 2019
At no cost other than their time, Cultiv8 — based at Dal's Faculty of Agriculture — offers students exposure to innovation through a variety of avenues.
Niecole Comeau
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Humpbacks and seals and dolphins, oh my! Learn how Dal students get an up-close look at marine life through the Faculty of Science’s SEASIDE course.
Jane Doucet
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Second-year Law students Megan Thompson and Calvin DeWolfe took home top prize in the Mathews Dinsdale National Labour Arbitration Moot this past weekend. Their win is Dal’s fifth — more than any other school in the competition’s 21-year history.
Andrew Riley
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Registration is now open for Dal's annual competition of brains and brevity. Learn more about the 3 Minute Thesis event and hear from last year's winner on her strategies for success.