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Jade Prévost-Manuel

Freelance Journalist

Location icon Canada

Jade Prévost-Manuel is a current Master of Media in Journalism and Communication student at Western University in London, Canada. She previously served as the Science and Technology Editor of The McGill Tribune and as an editorial assistant for IC Axon. With significant copy editing, reporting, editorial, and blog writing experience behind her, she's now looking to build up her freelancing portfolio.

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The McGill Tribune
10/24/2017
Why reducing emissions isn't enough to change our climate trajectory | The McGill Tribune

Audience members at the Living Soils Symposium's climate talk on Oct. 15 fell silent when the conference's final speaker, President and Co-Founder of The Carbon Underground Larry Kopald, spoke out on the bleak future of climate change mitigation. "I'd like to start by saying we're not going to save the world," Kopald said.

The McGill Tribune
02/13/2018
Science Outreach club gives back to Montreal youth | The McGill Tribune

In an effort to motivate the scientists and STEM professionals of tomorrow, Let's Talk Science Outreach at McGill (LTSOM) has made it their mission to give back to the local community, by using their experience and knowledge as science students in master's and PhD programs to organize hands-on activities with a fun twist for elementary and secondary students in the greater Montreal area.

The McGill Tribune
11/21/2017
Project pollution: McGill professor highlights the risk | The McGill Tribune

On Oct. 19, the Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health released a report identifying pollution as the cause of nine million deaths across the world in 2015. The report addressed the costs of water, soil, and air pollution to the global economy and public health, stressing pollution as an underreported and terribly severe contributor to...

The McGill Tribune
04/04/2018
McGill develops new screening method for Canada's deadliest women's cancer | The McGill Tribune

Just hearing the "C" word is enough to send chills down anyone's spine-and with cancer warnings splashed across everything from cigarette packages to coffee cups, it's difficult to avoid. In 2017, the Canadian Cancer Society amassed over $80 million in donations. According to their 2017 report, 206,200 Canadians are expected to develop cancer within their...

The McGill Tribune
04/11/2018
"So what are you going to do with that degree? Any plans?" | The McGill Tribune

Six years ago, I sat in a computer lab at my rural high school in southwestern Ontario for a mandatory course that the majority of my grade considered mind-numbingly dull: Civics and Careers. This one-credit program instructed 10th graders on ethics, resume-writing, and surviving the post-2008 labour market.

The McGill Tribune
03/13/2018
Caffè Farina offers a taste of Italy in Saint-Henri | The McGill Tribune

Tucked away in the quiet southwestern borough of Saint-Henri lies Caffè Farina, a new Italian espresso bar and eatery that opened in November 2017. Serving bold coffees and caffès-Italian espresso drinks-alongside traditional sandwich recipes straight from nonna's kitchen, Caffè Farina offers a hip twist on the authentic Italian experience.

ROOSTERGNN
05/23/2018
5 Must-Visit Caribbean Countries That Exceed Expectations | ROOSTERGNN

A wash with crystalline blue waters, delicious national dishes, and rich cultural history, the Caribbean archipelago is a treasure chest harbouring some of the world's most beautiful island nations. Whether it's a wintry cold spell motivating you to book your next Caribbean adventure, or a craving for a beach-side piña colada, below are 5 islands that will have you scouring SkyScanner for the next flight in.

ROOSTERGNN
06/25/2018
A Local's Guide to Montreal | ROOSTERGNN

M ontreal is the second largest city in Canada, and is best known for its European charm. Its vibrant summer months host larger-than-life festivals, celebrations, and an influx of tourists that are excited to see what the edgy metropolis has to offer. This cultural capital is actually an island that is surrounded by the St.

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