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International students particularly vulnerable to abuse during tight rental market

With Toronto rents continuing to climb many young people are finding it near impossible to secure affordable places, but international student face additional obstacles, including rights abuses, sexual harassment, rent...

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Scientists discover air quality monitoring stations are collecting urgently needed biodiversity data

An international team of researchers has discovered that thousands of ambient air quality monitoring stations around the world are unwittingly recording more than just atmospheric pollutants and dust: they are...

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How food insecurity affects people’s rights to choose whether or not to have children, and how they parent

Food insecurity – difficulties getting enough nutritious food for a healthy life – is a growing problem globally. It has been linked to many health and social problems including malnutrition, difficulties managing diabetes,...


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Thousands of ambient air quality monitoring stations are unwittingly recording eDNA data. The findings could be a gamechanger for global efforts to protect and promote biodiversity

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Meet the minds behind Connected Minds. York professors and inaugural directors of Connected Minds Doug Crawford, Sean Hillier and Pina D'Agostino discuss how their nascent $318-million project will blend research in AI and neuroscience with the values of social justice

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