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Data driven 2018

Data driven 2018

By Chelsea Aplhonso What is data driven? On a snowy mid-November Friday  in downtown Toronto, more than 85 people gathered to talk at Google Canada Headquarters about all things data journalism. Journalists discussed their ways of investigating things — from recidivism in securities fraud to number crunching how many people died in Grey’s Anatomy.  The Data Driven 2.0 symposium, presented […]

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Michelle Halim delicately taps her nails on a microphone. The sound can give an intense tingling feeling to some, while others find the sound unbearable. (Photo by Kateryna Horina)

They got chills, they’re multiplying

By Kateryna Horina Whispers, eating sounds, chalk dragging down a black board, nails scratching fabric and leather – for many any of these are contenders for top five irritating sounds. But for others, it’s a form of auditory salvation from the constant drumming of mental health issues reverberating in their minds. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 10-20 per […]

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