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Running with Laurentian

May 1, 2013

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A video showcasing the Laurentian University women’s cross-country team. Directed/filmed/edited by Sabrina Doyle, April 2013

The Secret Love Life of Painted Turtles

May 1, 2013

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Here’s a video I produced about Patrick Moldowan (a Laurentian biology masters student) and his turtle research. The video won Best Picture at the 2013 Laurentian’s Annual Eagle Awards Gala.

Food insecurity and Facebook

May 4, 2012

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Things that usually clutter facebook newsfeeds: cat videos, instagram pics and party invitations. And increasingly, at least in Nunavut’s capital city, caribou carcasses. In a startling shift away from the long-rooted Inuit custom of sharing food among families, a growing number of opportunistic northerners are instead using facebook to sell their traditional food.  Iqaluit Sell/Swap, […]

NB researchers monitor invasive tunicates

September 14, 2011

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Lurking just across the St. Croix River, an invasive species with a deceptively innocent name has slowly been making its way toward New Brunswick, and it has some researchers worried. The pancake batter tunicate, which resembles its namesake, blankets everything from docks to sea floors and poses a threat to the local ecosystem’s diversity, Jennifer […]

East N.A. coast among places that merit protection

September 14, 2011

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The waters around New Brunswick and along the northeast American coastline have been cited in a new study as being among the top nine marine places in the world that merit protection. The study criteria looked at how many marine mammal species are there, how rare they are, and how at risk they are from […]

NB’s hidden desalination company

September 14, 2011

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Access to fresh water may not be a problem for most of New Brunswick, but the province does house a company that could help desert-dry countries around the world deal with their water issues. CANDESAL is based in Fredericton and for years has quietly worked to desalinate the brackish waters produced by the Alberta oilsands. […]

Oak Island treasure: the search renews

August 27, 2011

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In a renewed bid to uncover the elusive and mystical treasure believed by man to be buried deep within Oak Island off Nova Scotia’s south shore, a group of treasure hunters is using electrical currents to detect secret underground tunnels For the past six years, Rick Lagina and four others – including Dan Blankenship, whose […]