March 16th at 6:30pm in Room 179 of University College (15 King’s College Circle, Toronto, ON).
by Janis Alton & Vicki Obedkoff Shirley’s death on December 18, 2012 was somewhat a surprise, because time and again she had successfully rebounded from cancer’s grip. Her sparkle, humour … Read more A Tribute to Shirley Farlinger
Most Science for Peace members are “knowledge workers” in the new “knowledge economy.” Increasingly, people in rich countries earn our living by producing and trading symbols—notably words, equations, maps, and … Read more President's Corner: Constraints on Freedom of Scholarship and Science
Introduction Greater worldwide demand for animal products within the last fifty years, due to increased affluence, urbanization and population growth has been facilitated by industrial animal agriculture methods (Steinfeldet al, … Read more The Environmental Impacts of Intensive Livestock Operations in Canada