Internet memes become online activism for Canadian politics

Tamara Small at her deskMemes— humourous or thought-provoking online images, videos and pieces of text—have been popping up all over the internet as a way of online activism for people promoting the discussion of Canadian politics.

POLS prof, Tamara Small, discusses the upcoming provincial election

Tamara SmallOntario's politics are heating up as the provincial election draws closer. Current Liberal premier, Kathleen Wynne, has had declining popularity since being elected in 2013 creating way for Patrick Brown's Progressive Conservatives to gain traction. However, Brown still remains a mystery man and Political Science professor, Dr.

FRAN Professor, Jess Haines, discusses Meal-Kits in National News

Meal kits are packages that get delierved to your door with ready-to-prepare dishes that are typically martketed as easy to make, healthy and delicious. There are also easy to follow instructions and pre-portioned ingredients. The meal kit industry is growing in Canada and is currently worth $120-million as it is particularly appealing to those who want to eat healthy but work long hours or don't have time to think about shopping for food.

Unique opportunities to be part of the "Food from Thought" research program - $76.6 million investment from Canada's First Research Excellence Fund

Arrell Food Institute Graduate Funding Opportunities

The Arrell Food Institute at the University of Guelph is now accepting scholarship applications for students entering a graduate program in the Summer 2018, Fall 2018 or Winter 2019 semesters. The Institute is seeking emerging scholars who are not only academically outstanding but also passionately committed to ensuring that future generations are well fed, that diets are nutritious and equitable, and that agriculture is sustainable.

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