This Calgary teen’s study of hand dryers made noise in the academic world. Now she wants Ottawa to listen up (The Star)

Date: 
06 September, 2019
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The Star
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“When Nora Keegan first started researching the noise levels of hand dryers in public washrooms after hearing kids complain the sound hurt their ears, it was…” Continue reading.

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