Joel Sandaluk

Joel Sandaluk

5 Budget Tips For Your European Backpacking Trip

Socrates Alvarez is a freelance writer and contributing author for Investopedia. He is an Economics graduate from the University of Alberta and covers topics from investing basics, personal finance, and economics to technology and travel. You can read more from him at his blog, The Other ...

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Outdoor pursuits factor into Liberal candidate’s political thinking - The Globe and Mail

University of Alberta - The idea of running for office had long been on Andrew Wilkinson’s mind, but as a doctor-turned-lawyer and father of three young children, the timing was never quite right. Instead, the Australia native worked behind the scenes, serving as president of the BC Liberal Party from 1998 to ...

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9 things to know about a 90¢ loonie | Toronto Star

University of Alberta - Though the impact won’t be felt immediately, it could hit home — and the wallet — in the next few months, said Tom Barlow, president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers. “It’s just not good when we have to purchase materials and product from the U.S.,” said Barlow. ...

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New gene therapy improves vision in patients with incurable form of blindness | CTV News

"There has, to this point, been no other treatment available for these individuals," University of Alberta professor of ophthalmology Dr. Ian MacDonald told CTV News. "We now have something to offer, so it's very exciting. " MacDonald is leading his own gene therapy trial, which ...

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Preliminary gene therapy trial for blindness promising but too early to know if it will last - Seymo...

Dr. Ian MacDonald, chairman of ophthalmology and visual sciences at the University of Alberta in Canada, who was not part of the study but is planning a similar trial, called the new work "very promising because there is really no other way to deliver this protein. " Since the paper only ...

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Does Koch Industries hold most Canadian oil sands leases? It’s complicated. - The Washington Post

“It’s so opaque,” says Andrew Leach, a professor at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. “There are so many different layers here.” Here are some of the best and most frequently cited sources of information: The province of Alberta keeps track of designated representatives on oil-sands ...

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Edmonton Smart Bus pilot program ready to roll | Edmonton | News | Edmonton Sun

University of Alberta - Finding out your bus is running late before you leave the house will soon be a reality in Edmonton after the city officially launched its Smart Bus pilot program Thursday. About 35 buses have been equipped with a computer-aided dispatch system, an auditory and visual next-stop announcement ...

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FounderFuel Grads LoginRadius Raises $1.3 Million in Funding | BetaKit

University of Alberta - Cofounders Rakesh Soni and Deepak Gupta call it a website’s ”dashboard-driven and maintenance-free social login and sharing platform,” simplifying social login implementation for experienced and less experienced developers. “LoginRadius’ goal is to help businesses engage and understand ...

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