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Pippa Norman

Pippa Norman

Pippa Norman works as an intern for Glacier Media’s Central Desk.
Pippa is passionate about covering climate change and the environment, with the occasional running story sprinkled in. Pippa is a fourth-year journalism student at Carleton University, where she also works at her student newspaper, the Charlatan, as the features editor.
When she’s not writing stories, Pippa is running circles around a track, drinking fruity coffee or memorizing restaurant menus.

Recent Work by Pippa

More Canadians 'tightening their belts' as three-quarters report money stress

More Canadians 'tightening their belts' as three-quarters report money stress

Price increases are being met with spending decreases by Canadians, but certain parts of the country are tightening their belts more than others.
B.C. teacher gets 15-year ban for intimate relationships with students after graduation

B.C. teacher gets 15-year ban for intimate relationships with students after graduation

The Surrey teacher developed inappropriate personal relationships with students that he continued to pursue after they graduated.
Researchers find link between dogs' smell and vision

Researchers find link between dogs' smell and vision

Ever wonder why your dog is constantly sniffing everything? It turns out they depend on their nose a lot more than humans depend on theirs.
Canadian-made app teaches users how to curb wasteful habits during plastic-free July

Canadian-made app teaches users how to curb wasteful habits during plastic-free July

New government policy is forcing Canadians to rethink their single-use plastic consumption. Luckily, there's an app that can not only teach Canadians how to kick their wasteful habits to the curb, but also reward them in the process.
Love at first… smell? New research proves body odour can help humans tell friend from foe

Love at first… smell? New research proves body odour can help humans tell friend from foe

Subconsciously, humans are sniffing themselves all the time. But did you know you might be sniffing out friendship too?
Scientists have figured out how to put living skin on robots

Scientists have figured out how to put living skin on robots

A sweaty, skin-covered robotic finger could be the first step in the journey toward a robot that looks very human.