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Beyonce 101: courses study pop superstar

TORONTO—With the release of every new track, magazine cover and Instagram post, Beyonce’s every move sparks endless chatter on social media.

Soon they’ll also be discussed in some Canadian classrooms.

The University of Victoria and the University of Waterloo have dedicated courses to exploring the career of the superstar, who turns 34 on Sept. 4.

Recipes for breakfast bars, make-ahead yogurt parfaits and rice lunch salad

When it comes to school lunches, variety is important to keep kids from getting bored. A healthy mix also provides different nutrients.

“No one fruit or no one vegetable is going to give you everything that your body needs, so the more variety the better chances we have of covering off our bases,” says Kate Comeau, spokeswoman for Dietitians of Canada.

Company linked to second quake

VANCOUVER—A natural gas operation that halted work after a 4.6-magnitude earthquake in northeastern British Columbia last week has been linked to the largest earthquake in the province that’s been attributed to fracking.

Progress Energy, which is owned by Malaysia’s Petronas, paused its operations after the Aug. 17 quake that occurred 114 kilometres from Fort St. John.

Fracking company that caused recent quake in B.C. linked to temblor in 2014

VANCOUVER — A natural gas operation that halted work after a 4.6-magnitude earthquake in northeastern B.C. last week has been linked to the largest earthquake in the province that’s been attributed to fracking.

Progress Energy, which is owned by Malaysia’s Petronas, paused its operations after the quake on Aug. 17 that occurred 114 kilometres from Fort St. John.