People are often quick to offer donations of various kinds when there is an identified need for a person, family or group. It's not uncommon to come across news articles that mention an influx of donations of things like clothing, food, household items or toys after a crisis or other event.
By Dan Brown, London Free Press, published August 14, 2016: A solitary activity, writing often attracts loners. That makes it all the more surprising that a group of students and professors at Western University get together every week to write in a group setting.
Paul Benedetti, FIMS lecturer for the MIT and MMJC programs, recently revisited a murder investigation he first covered in 1998 as a reporter for the Hamilton Spectator. This multimedia piece returns to the story to examine recent events suggesting murder, lies and justice denied for all involved.
Professor Grant Campbell, Professor Amanda Grzyb, and Professor Romayne Smith Fullerton were among the Canadian researchers named as recipients of 2016 SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) Partnership and Insight Grants in a government press release issued on September 9, 2016.