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canadian families will pay up to $695 more for groceries next year, report shows

canadian families will pay up to $695 more for groceries next year, report shows

canada’s food price report 2021 predicts annual food expenditures are on the rise as covid-19 alters consumer behaviour and affects food prices in “surprising ways.”  read more.

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alison auld
thursday, november 26, 2020
dal researchers have developed a new model that shows small vessels can cause lethal injuries in north atlantic right whales, while large ships can kill even at slow speeds.
michele charlton
friday, november 27, 2020
mita dasog, an assistant professor in the department of chemistry, received the emerging professional award at this year's discovery awards thursday night, with several other dalhousie faculty and alumni recognized as finalists.
rebecca rawcliffe
wednesday, december 2, 2020
using ai and machine learning to mimic the behaviour of the likes of cristiano ronaldo and lionel messi, a team of researchers from the institute for big data analytics at dalhousie were recently named as runners up in 2020’s largest international ai soccer simulation competition, robocup japan open.

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lindsay dowling-savelle
tuesday, december 8, 2020
the international development studies researcher shares insights from his study on the consequences and outcomes of stigma and how it has evolved throughout the pandemic.
matt reeder
tuesday, december 8, 2020
canada’s food price report 2021 predicts annual food expenditures are on the rise as covid-19 alters consumer behaviour and affects food prices in “surprising ways.”
andrew riley
monday, december 7, 2020
openthink builds the next generation of experts by equipping phd students with the skills and stage to share their ideas, inform on issues and influence public policy. applications for the next cohort accepted until friday, december 11.
rebecca rawcliffe
wednesday, december 2, 2020
using ai and machine learning to mimic the behaviour of the likes of cristiano ronaldo and lionel messi, a team of researchers from the institute for big data analytics at dalhousie were recently named as runners up in 2020’s largest international ai soccer simulation competition, robocup japan open.
michele charlton
friday, november 27, 2020
mita dasog, an assistant professor in the department of chemistry, received the emerging professional award at this year's discovery awards thursday night, with several other dalhousie faculty and alumni recognized as finalists.