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Health researchers home in on Iqaluit dog feces

Friday, July 29, 2016 3:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

“We were thinking of calling ourselves ‘The Poop Group’ at trivia night this week,” Bunce said from an office in the Nunavut Research Institute, where she manages the PAWS Project — the People Animals Water and Sustenance Project.

Part of the project, which has partnered with both territorial and federal government agencies, is an effort to better understand the health of dogs in the North, said Julien, who is leading the study. Read more




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