Michael J. Armstrong
Michael J. Armstrong is an associate professor of operations research at Brock University.
Desk jobs are bad for your body, ruining your posture and messing with your back, neck and wrists. Here are some tips to preserve your body when spending most of your time sitting.
Years of experience as a sommelier have taught me how to handle difficult wine situations, so before you panic, take a look at these 4 wine hacks.
You may think Kate Middleton would be the most whispered about mum at school drop-off in the mornings. But according to at least one parent, there is someone even more interesting.
Improved sleep, training motivation, and reduced anxiety are just some ways in which marijuana can help climbers.
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Product quality is one area where legal suppliers might have advantages over the black market, but to deliver good quality cannabis, producers must simultaneously aim for both careful science and carefree highs.
Ontario’s first legal cannabis shops are finally here. One challenge they’ll face is Canada’s nationwide product shortage.
Canada has fallen short in eradicating black markets through marijuana legalization. Here's what the country is losing as a result and how Canada could improve the shortcoming.
There was much speculation throughout 2018 about Canada’s soon-to-be-legal cannabis market. But only recently has data become available that shows what cannabis consumers really want and actually buy.
Where’s the weed!? That’s been a common Canadian refrain lately. Shortages appeared almost immediately after recreational cannabis sales began last October.
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