By: Simon Wareing
February 12th, 2007The Northern Challenge Culture, Heritage and Tourism SustainabilityIn recent news and like no other time in Canada, the environment is one of the greatest concerns on the minds of Canadians. A poll conducted by the Strategic Counsel for CTV News shows a startling...
By: Rebecca Palmer
Psychopathy both terrifies and fascinates us. People actively follow news of a serial killer and eat up stories similar to Jeffery Dahmer or Hannibal Lector. Yet, despite this morbid fascination, it seems almost beyond the realm of (normative) human understanding to comprehend the depths...
By: cheeky
Oh dear. Have we all found something else to moan about?Most beasties that inhabit this odd little planet along with us, seem to get along with things pretty well I'd say. Things happen to them and, oddly enough, are dealt with in a fairly...
By: Katherine Steck-Flynn
Paint as a Evidence in a Forensic InvestigationPaint as evidence falls into two main categories just as any other type of evidence does. Paint can simply indicate the "class" from which it comes. This could mean differentiating between automobile paint, house paint, nail polish and...
By: Katherine Steck-Flynn
Processing a Vehicle for Forensic EvidenceThe exact order in which evidence is collected from any vehicle will depend of the circumstances of the crime. In most instances the outside of the vehicle is processed first. However it is possible that in some cases heat or...
By: B. B. James
"Crisis" seems like an awfully strong word for the uncertainty that almost all of us face as we try to develop our adult careers, relationships, and lives. It seems like the phrase "Quarter-Life Crisis" is just old wine with a new label. I don't see...
By: Frank Shetland
Since I am included in the group being assessed, I thought it may be helpful to offer my insights on the matter. John Mayer's new song says that our generation is "waiting on the world to change." I disagree. What we are doing with...
By: Patti Winters
We have had the "Golden Age", the "Swinging 20s", the "Hippies Craze", and now we have the era where everything in your life has to have a label. It used to be children were children until they became a teenager and now we have the...
By: Joe Wrighter
There is debate as to whether or not the "quarter-life crisis" is a new phenomenon, and as to how many young adults it affects, but there is little doubt that it is real. Many twenty-somethings these days are feeling lost, burnt out, or just plain...
By: Craig Keeble
Recently, i've been reading a book. It's called "Games People Play", and it's by Eric Berne (M.D). It is a psychology book which deals with the way people interact with eachother without even thinking about it, and how people act with ulterior motives without...

 

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