The Montreal Gazette: “Future is bright for Montreal students who dazzled at national science fair”
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The Montreal Gazette: “Future is bright for Montreal students who dazzled at national science fair”

Inspired by cereal: It makes for a great story. Montreal high school student Abhishek Chakraborty earned a gold medal at the Canada-Wide Science Fair held last month in Windsor, Ont., based on an idea he had over breakfast. Chakraborty won for his work in demonstrating the negative effects of folic acid on cells. Folic acid, … Continue reading

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The Montreal Gazette: “Fakebook connects students with Greek gods”

On her profile, Pandora agonizes about having opened the box. “I am so ashamed,” she writes, “I’ve opened the golden box and thousands of little lizard-looking creatures escaped! I am so worried.” Zeus, who according to his profile was born in 1971 BC, “is loving being king of all the Gods,” but Hades openly disagrees. … Continue reading

The Montreal Gazette: “Cambodian cartoon project funded by Oxfam Quebec”
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The Montreal Gazette: “Cambodian cartoon project funded by Oxfam Quebec”

The mouse, who looks like a school teacher, wears blue shorts, red flip-flops and speaks in the voice of his creator, Poy Chhunly, Cambodia’s first cartoon maker. In the background, colorful drawings of rural Cambodia appear for the first time on the screen -green rice paddies, wooden stilt houses, banana trees, and southeast Asian dogs … Continue reading