How childhood cancer affects children and families

Join researcher Nancy Moules as she discusses her studies on the impact of childhood cancer on children and families.

In this webinar, Moules focuses on two studies that examined how the cancer experience affected parents of children with cancer and grandparents of these children.

Moules explores suggestions and strategies offered by parents and grandparents of children with cancer, and how other families who are undergoing this experience can seek support.

Recorded June 23, 2016

ASD: early detection, resilience and growing into adulthood

Join researchers Suzanne Curtin, Adam McCrimmon and David Nicholas as they explore the various facets of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through a person's lifetime:

  • Early detection of ASD
  • Resilience and coping in youth and young adults with ASD
  • Growing into adulthood with ASD


Recorded June 28, 2016

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The $100-billion question: Canada's internal trade barriers

Join researcher Trevor Tombe in this webinar as he explores:

  • The size and scope of Canada's internal trade barriers, uncovered as Tombe and co-researcher Lukas Albrecht exploited unique Canadian data and modern trade research techniques.
  • The data, techniques, and results behind these critical issues facing researchers, policy makers, and everyday Canadians alike.
  • Available policy options, including Australia's gold-standard adoption of mutual recognition between regions.


Recorded June 16, 2016



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