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On climate change, Canada developing a reputation for disruption

In addition to eggnog, gingerbread houses, caroling, ridiculous looking sweaters, and unspoken tension with in-laws, we can now come to expect the pre-Christmas tradition of having our government play an embarrassingly obstructive role at the United Nations World Climate Change Conference

What it means to be a skeptic

A skeptic is not someone who is cynical, close-minded or rejects new ideas. In fact, it is quite the opposite. A skeptic is someone not in a fixed position but rather one who adopts a process. Skepticism uses the application of reason to evaluate all claims and requires compelling evidence before something is believable.

Spectrum 2010 makes science cool

Spectrum is the University of Saskatchewan engineering students' triennial science and technology display showcase. It takes place from Jan. 14 to 17 and will feature displays from the College of Kinesiology for the first time as well as a special guest speaker, the Discovery Channel's Jay Ingram.

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