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When U.S. President Donald Trump took on professional athletes late last week, calling on NFL owners to "fire or suspend" any players taking a knee during the American anthem and uninviting the NBA Golden State Warriors from the White House, it sparked wider protests. Rather than silence dissent, Trump's Twitter outbursts had the opposite effect, with more than 200 NFL players kneeling or standing with locked arms in a massive show of solidarity.
Older adults often choose not to seek treatment for hearing loss, but ignoring the problem can have a huge impact on their quality of life – and increases their risk of dementia.
The statistics are shocking, say two University of Toronto medical experts: At least one in four adults over the age of 50 experience hearing problems, but it takes an average of 10 years before they seek treatment.
Members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 3261 have voted to ratify two renewal collective agreements with the University of Toronto.
The two CUPE Local 3261 bargaining units represent approximately 1,200 full-time, regular part-time and casual service workers including caretakers, grounds staff, laboratory animal technicians, hospitality workers and athletic attendants. The renewal collective agreements are for a three-year term, July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2020.
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