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Cancer doctor warns against cell phone use

“If we don’t change the way we use cell phones, we will face a global epidemic in 40 years, and by then it will be too late.” cautioned . That’s the view of Dr. Devra Davis, a world-renown oncologist, and a leading a global campaigner in educating the public and policy makers about the strong link between cell phone … Continue reading

Thunder rolling with win over Loyalist: Algonquin stays perfect on the season

Algonquin’s women’s basketball team took an early lead against the Loyalist Lancers in its Nov.19 game, and never looked back. The Thunder played before a hometown crowd, winning by a score of 65-39. It was the team’s seventh consecutive win. The Thunder held the lead over the Lancers throughout the entire game, holding a consistent … Continue reading

Survey says young adults care: young workers will take pay cut to work for a socially responsible corporation

A substantial number of young Canadians are willing to take a small pay cut, if it means they would be able to work for a business that practices social responsibility. Those were the findings of an Algonquin survey completed in the days just prior to the third annual Corporate and Community Social Responsibility Conference held … Continue reading

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