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A Week Is a Long Time in Politics: The Health Implications of Jeremy Corbyn’s UK Labour Party Leadership

Report About Changes in the Labour Party in the United Kingdom

By Victory Alex Scott-Samuel1 and Clare Bambra

Abstract: For more than 30 years, socialism within the UK Labour Party – which was in government from 1997 to 2010 and is currently the main UK parliamentary opposition – has been in decline. 98 more words


Pointe-Claire mayor fields persistent questions over PCB cleanup on Hymus

Faced with questions from concerned residents and the leader of the provincial Green Party, Pointe-Claire Mayor Morris Trudeau last week said Environment Quebec will finally gauge the spread of PCB contamination surrounding the site of the former Reliance Power facility on Hymus Blvd. 676 more words

West Island Gazette

College sweethearts depart for Peace Corps Zambia

Madeline Haupert and Chaz Parker-Alof met as students at the University of San Francisco in an environmental studies class their sophomore year. Throughout the years, their relationship blossomed through the highs and lows of any college relationship. 537 more words

Africa And Middle East

Want a free burrito? Chipotle is offering a 'raincheck' for customers

Chipotle is offering customers a “raincheck” if they missed out on enjoying a burrito Monday, when stores nationwide closed for a few hours so employees could attend a food safety meeting. 275 more words


Next CHAT Feb. 9th: "Caring for Victims of Child Abuse"

Join us Tuesday, February 9th, at 5:30pm in North Minneapolis at the Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC) for another in our monthly series C… 172 more words



A sunny day makes most of us feel good, but too much sunlight can be hard on the skin. It is not simply sudden exposure while on holiday that is harmful. 907 more words

Health Promotion