Canadian Newspapers Go Beyond the Conflict

November 27, 2017

Over the weekend, the Globe and Mail and the maritime newspaper the Chronicle Herald both produced great coverage of topics that go beyond the conflict.

In a travel piece published on its website, Globe and Mail contributor Alyssa Schwartz explored new life in ancient Jerusalem. As Schwartz put it:

A century after it opened, the city’s traditional market is bursting with after-hours bars and restaurants.”

Schwartz reported on the transformation of Jerusalem’s once-staid nightlife in recent years.

Dr. Alon Friedman, shown at the Brain Repair Centre at Dalhousie University, specializes in traumatic brain injury. The Brain Repair Centre is now working collaboratively with researchers at Ben-Gurion University in Israel. (JOHN MCPHEE / The Chronicle Herald)

In the Chronicle Herald, John McPhee reported on how Dalhousie University is working with Israeli researchers to study brain injuries and disease.. Brain injuries can occur for a mulitude of reasons. Sometimes, it’s a natural causing reason, other times, the brain injury might have occurred through an accident. Sometimes this accident isn’t even your fault, which is why it might be a good idea to get yourself a lawyer such as one from the Nehora Law Firm who might be able to help you get the compensation that you deserve.

According to McPhee:

Researchers in Halifax and Israel are putting their heads together to study brain injury and disease. The recently announced Canada-Israel Trans-Atlantic Collaboration for Brain Studies will see the Brain Repair Centre at Dalhousie University team up with Ben Gurion University in the desert city of Beer-Sheva in southern Israel.”


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