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Niagara College welcomed MP Dean Allison Niagara College welcomed Niagara West- Glanbrook MP Dean Allison to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus on July 21. Allison began his tour at the Wine Visitor + Education Centre where he learned what is new at Niagara College before moving to the main NOTL Campus. Research project manager Nigel Corish led him through the Canadian Food and Wine Institute Research Centre labs and outlined some recent projects Niagara Research has undertaken, including the development of a recipe for the new award-winning alcohol-free MADD Virgin Craft Brewed Lager. He also visited the NC Greenhouse and NC Teaching Brewery.The tour concluded in the Niagara Research boardroom where industrial research chair Mike Duncan, research project manager (Agriculture and Environment) Gregor MacLean, and senior research associate Sarah Lepp discussed Niagara College’s precision agriculture project and how it is assisting local farmers with managing their fields. 

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Niagara College welcomed MP Dean Allison Niagara College welcomed Niagara West- Glanbrook MP Dean Allison to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus on July 21. Allison began his tour at the Wine Visitor + Education Centre where he learned what is new at Niagara College before moving to the main NOTL Campus. Research project manager Nigel Corish led him through the Canadian Food and Wine Institute Research Centre labs and outlined some recent projects Niagara Research has undertaken, including the development of a recipe for the new award-winning alcohol-free MADD Virgin Craft Brewed Lager. 

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Niagara College welcomed MP Dean Allison Niagara College welcomed Niagara West- Glanbrook MP Dean Allison to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus on July 21. Allison began his tour at the Wine Visitor + Education Centre where he learned what is new at Niagara College before moving to the main NOTL Campus. Research project manager Nigel Corish led him through the Canadian Food and Wine Institute Research Centre labs and outlined some recent projects Niagara Research has undertaken, including the development of a recipe for the new award-winning alcohol-free MADD Virgin Craft Brewed Lager. 

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Niagara College welcomed MP Dean Allison Niagara College welcomed Niagara West- Glanbrook MP Dean Allison to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus on July 21. Allison began
his tour at the Wine Visitor +
Education Centre where he learned what is new at Niagara College before moving to the main NOTL Campus. Research project manager Nigel
Corish led him through the Canadian Food and Wine Institute Research Centre labs and outlined some recent projects Niagara Research has undertaken, including the
development of a recipe for the new award-winning alcohol-free MADD Virgin Craft Brewed Lager. He also visited the NC Greenhouse and NC Teaching Brewery.
 

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Dean was first elected as the MP for the riding of Niagara West-Glanbrook in 2004 and has worked tirelessly for his constituents ever since.A graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University with a degree in Economics, Dean has operated a number of businesses in the Hamilton and Niagara area. He now owns a private equity firm that assists small businesses and start-ups.He has served his community as President of the West Lincoln Memorial Hospital Foundation, President of the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, Director of the Ontario Trillium Foundation and a board member of Junior Achievement in Niagara. Dean is a founding member of the Dave Thomas Adoption Foundation in Canada and of the Belarus Children of Chernobyl program, which brings children affected by the Chernobyl disaster to Canada.Dean is Chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development, and a member of the Standing Committee on
International Trade.
 

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Finding out that his mother had Alzheimer’s disease was a huge blow for Kamal Moumneh.“It was shocking. I didn’t know what it was,” said Mr Moumneh, 46.
But joining the Dubai Health Authority
Alzheimer’s support group three months ago has greatly helped him to cope with the disease, which was diagnosed in his mother two and a half years ago.“It made a tremendous difference to me because initially I felt alone, 

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