Sunday Sundries

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

Life in 1920s Ireland: Silent Films

From The Conversation Canada
This is one of the sources I regularly use in compiling Sunday Sundries. Some recent articles are:

Lab-grown meats and cow-free dairy can meet the demand for protein and help address climate change

If companies want net-zero carbon offices, they need to focus on building materials

Support and collaboration with health-care providers can help people make health decisions

How effective are vaccines against omicron? An epidemiologist answers 6 questions

Why we still fall for influencers, salesmen and politicians who lie

What else is on The Conversation? Find out at https://theconversation.com/ca and check out the other national editions.

Hampshire records coming to Ancestry

Multiculturalism @50 and the Promise of a Just Society
From the Association for Canadian Studies, a special issue of the series Canadian Issues.

Thanks to this week’s contributors. Ann Burns, Anonymous., Brenda Turner, Chuck Buckley, Donna, Irene Robillard, gail benjafield, Glenn W., Unknown.

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