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Man walks 60 km to raise money for injured hockey player

Donald Byrne is walking so Brett Nugent can drive a truck.

Nugent of Luskville, was playing for the Shawville Pontiacs Jr. B team when he was disabled from injuries suffered in a game in October, 2013. 93 more words


Police behaviours changing due to citizens' smartphones: study

The knowledge they could be videotaped is changing the way police officers conduct themselves on the job — but that’s not always a good thing, according to a survey by an Ottawa police veteran. 457 more words

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The standards are rising - #ThinkingOutLoudTuesdays

I recently had the opportunity to tutor a number of students who were taking General Chemistry courses at Carleton University in Ottawa- including both General Chemistry I (CHEM 1001) and General Chemistry II (CHEM 1002). 652 more words


Mind Over Machine: Why Human Soldiers are (and Will Remain) Better than Killer Robots

Guest post by MAC Research Associate, Andrew Luth

This summer, movie-goers are flocking to theatres to see tales of superheroes, dinosaurs, and plucky college singing groups. 1,644 more words

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VLOG: CU Grad Shout Outs

It’s one of my favourite times of the year – Convocation! I am a nerd for Carleton’s convocations.

I attended/worked at at least 30 ceremonies for the past six years, I feel a kind of connection to it. 262 more words


Friend love multiplied by 100 // Carleton U Ski & Snowboard Club

2015 has been a rough year for a lot of my friends and I. We don’t really know why, but it seems like we’re all in a state of transition and big – sort of negative – life changes are happening to some of us.  340 more words


La documentation linguistique cartographiée

Cette semaine j’ai parlé avec la professeure Marie-Odile Junker de l’Université Carleton. Originaire de France, elle s’est éprise des langues autochtones de notre pays après son arrivée au Canada. 2,404 more words