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Tudor Johnston, a brilliant Canadian physicist, studied plasma

By on September 19, 2016 in Articles with 0 Comments
Tudor Johnston, a brilliant Canadian physicist, studied plasma

Plasma physics is such an arcane subject that someone once said a particular Tudor Johnston book on the subject could be understood by maybe 50 people in the world. But the brilliant Canadian scientist, who has died at the age of 84, could explain his big ideas to the layman in just a few minutes. […]

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Bill Rodgers: Hard-working broadcaster learned on the job

By on September 5, 2016 in Articles with 0 Comments
Bill Rodgers: Hard-working broadcaster learned on the job

Bill Rodgers, who died of a heart attack in Ottawa on Aug. 12 at the age of 64, was a hard-working daily news reporter for CFTO, CTV’s top-rated Toronto station, as well as co-host of its current affairs programs such as Hour Long, and eventually became the station’s Ottawa-based political reporter. Though he was a […]

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