Vaping among teenaged Canadians has doubled in the past two years – a troubling trend that three Western researchers will examine in depth with new funding from the CIHR.
Julia Curran got a late start – but she more than made up for lost time.
This indefinite span of COVID-19 isolation can be more than a month-long stretch on the couch for kids if parents and guardians are willing to lead the way, according to Western experts in children’s physical activity.
https://youtu.be/jFSyh6cyu5w “I learned over my oatmeal at breakfast that you owed something back.” Maude Barlow, LLD’05, shared those morning meals with her father, William McGrath, a justice advocate who led the fight in Canada against capital punishment and pushed...
Award-winning Canadian author and activist Maude Barlow has been named Chancellor of Brescia University College, the Board of Trustees announced today. Barlow will serve a three-year term in this honorary position, acting as an ambassador and inspirational leader for the Western affiliated college.
It stands among the darkest days in Canadian history. On Dec. 6, 1989, 14 women were murdered at École Polytechnique de Montréal in what remains the deadliest mass shooting in the country’s history. Twelve engineering students. One nursing student. One university...
I was sitting in a doctoral seminar on women’s history at the University of Sussex when someone came into the room to break the news of what had happened in Montreal.
Wellness has a new home at Brescia University College – a campus location organizers hope students make their first stop when the first signs of personal crisis arise.
Non-dairy alternatives for the creation of a life-sustaining probiotic yogurt may offer a new affordable option to African communities that have come to depend on the product, all thanks to the work of a group of seven student researchers.
Sisters Jenessa and Madison Olson were running their business long before they even had a business to run.
The discovery that depression is the single largest driver of substance use during pregnancy – more important than education, income, or age – highlights the need for greater supports for the mental health of mothers-to-be, according to Western researchers.
Brescia University College professor Heather Kirk is exploring the gossip – and slander-driven characterization of tragic heroines early 17th Century French tragedies. The research is an effort to understand better the historical roots and reasons behind stereotypes that remain today.
Pain does not exist in this dojo? Or does it? Find our when Jamie Seabrook takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
Mary Lou Smoke was surprised enough to learn she was being inducted into the Forest City London Music Hall of Fame. But she never could have imagined the text she received on her way to accept her Lifetime Achievement Award.
Wasting food has become a way of life for many Londoners who, according to one Western-led study, are tossing an average of $600 into the trash every year.
Babies are much more likely to be born prematurely or underweight if exposed to high levels of air pollution in the womb, according to a new study released today. The study of pregnant women in Southwestern Ontario showed even a one-part-per-billion increase in sulfur...
The evolution of Canada’s Food Guide to a plate full of three food categories – plus a glass of water – represents a positive step towards healthy, ‘flexetarian’ eating, says a leading Western expert on diet and nutrition.
Students, faculty and staff gathered solemnly at different places on campus Thursday to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
Despite the strong presence of women students in university business programs, women leaders are portrayed stereotypically – or not at all – in many business case studies, new research shows.
A new mental wellness initiative at Brescia University College is giving students the tools to ‘live life to the full’ during their time at university.