• R. Mazac on “Why Aren’t More Women Studying STEM in Canada?”
    • Three female students share what it’s really like to pursue a career in the still-male-dominated fields of science, tech, and mathematics and computer science.
  • J. Black and R. Mazac of the PHUN Lab are involved in a “nationally-significant” school food nutrition study. More information about the project can be found at: New for 2019: We’re launching a ground-breaking, district-wide school lunch program
    • New Westminster Schools is kicking off a nationally significant initiative in early 2019 with the launch of Phase One of a district-wide, universally accessible, cost-shared lunch program.
    • Researchers at the University of British Columbia and the University of Saskatchewan are evaluating New Westminster Schools’ program in partnership with the district and Fraser Health.  Their work in Year 1 is supported by a $25,000 grant from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.



Mazac, R. (2019) Mar 18, 2019. Available at:

Tugault-Lafleur C.N., Black J.L (2017). Canadian Science Publishing Forum. Aug 23, 2017. Available at:



Claire Tugault-Lafleur on vegetable consumption in Canada (March 2019)


Podcasts and Radio interviews:

Food for Thought: Sustainability in food guidelines with Rachel Mazac. Brain Buzz Podcast. May 24, 2019. UBC.

Radio  Canada Première Chaine, Colombie Britannique (Phare Ouest). Aug 23, 2017 (French)

Corus Radio interview (Roy Green Show). Aug 27, 2017.