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Bullies, Blogs and Rudy Guiliani
University of Western Ontario | November 15, 2006
The following experts from The University of Western Ontario are available for comment....[continue]

OVC Researchers Find Bacterium in Meat
University of Guelph | October 16, 2006
The University of Guelph researchers who earlier this month found a dangerous bacterium in food animals now have evidence that Clostridium difficile is in ground and processed meats sold in Canada....[continue]

University of Manitoba | October 16, 2006
At the 2006 Fall Convocation, three individuals will be given particular distinction for their work and commitment to the University and the people of Manitoba: Dr. John Foerster, Dr. Garry Martin and Ms Natalie Denesovych....[continue]

Mount Allison clarinet professor launches debut CD, Sept. 17
Mount Allison University | September 13, 2006
Mount Allison faculty member and clarinetist Dr. Jana Starling will celebrate the release of her debut CD with a free concert in Brunton Auditorium on Sunday, September 17 at 8 p.m. Jana will be joined by Mount Allison faculty member Dr. David Rogosin on piano and special guest Corey Ticknor. Everyone is invited and there will be a reception following the concert....[continue]

Brandon University welcomes acclaimed writer Tomson Highway to campus as Stanley Knowles Distinguished Visiting Professor
Brandon University | September 13, 2006
Brandon University and the Brandon University Faculty of Arts are proud to welcome internationally acclaimed author and playwright Dr. Tomson Highway to the BU campus as the Stanley Knowles Distinguished Visiting professor...[continue]

StFX researchers receive $113,749 to help build capacity in Nova Scotia's health research community
St. Francis Xavier University | July 27, 2006
A team of StFX researchers will be at the forefront of building capacity in Nova Scotia's health research community thanks to five new grants worth $113,749 from the Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation (NSHRF)....[continue]

Internationally acclaimed writer Tomson Highway to spend two terms at BU as Stanley Knowles Distinguished Visiting Professor
Brandon University | June 15, 2006
This fall, the Brandon University Faculty of Arts welcomes internationally acclaimed author and playwright Dr. Tomson Highway to the campus as the Stanley Knowles Distinguished Visiting professor. Dr. Highway will be on campus for two terms, the first during the fall of 2006, and the second during the fall of 2007....[continue]

Top team in North American competition unveils fuel cell vehicle
University of Waterloo | May 16, 2006
The Canadian team leading in a three-year North American competition to develop a sustainable crossover vehicle is today unveiling its hydrogen fuel cell hybrid....[continue]

Glimpse to past adds weight to global warming forecasts
University of Calgary | March 23, 2006
A new examination of the period of global warming that planet Earth underwent 130,000 years ago is helping scientists to confirm the accuracy of projections for the next century – particularly over Canada’s North....[continue]

TWU announces its third university president today
Trinity Western University | March 17, 2006
Following a unanimous vote, the Trinity Western University Board of Governors is pleased to announce today the naming of Jonathan S. Raymond, PhD, as the third president of Trinity Western University, the Christian liberal arts university in Langley B.C....[continue]

"Green" Brock students go for gold at world business challenge
Brock University | February 21, 2006
Two students form Brock University think that they've come up with an idea that will help businesses turn their environmentally and socially responsible initiatives into green gold....[continue]

Ancient trans-Atlantic swarm brought locusts to the New World
University of Toronto | December 21, 2005
Somewhere between three and five million years ago, a massive swarm of locusts took off from the west coast of Africa and made an unlikely voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to colonize the New World, says an international team of researchers....[continue]

Mount A’s symphonic band and jazz ensemble hit the stage, Nov. 29
Mount Allison University | November 25, 2005
The department of music at Mount Allison University invites you to hear its symphonic band and jazz ensemble in concert Tuesday, November 29 at 8 p.m. in Convocation Hall. Conducted by the department’s newest faculty member, Dr. Jana Starling, the ensembles will perform an exciting program of music spanning from J. S. Bach to Dave Brubeck....[continue]

Mount A music faculty to hold recital with guest drummer, Nov. 20
Mount Allison University | November 10, 2005
Mount Allison’s department of music promises a dynamic evening of clarinet and saxophone music presented by its newest faculty member, Dr. Jana Starling, on Sunday, November 20, at 8 p.m. in Brunton Auditorium....[continue]

Concordia University | October 25, 2005
On Thursday, October 27, Concordia University will unveil the sculpture The Emergence of the Chief, in homage to Haudenosaune (Iroquois) heritage and the Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) Nation in particular....[continue]

Two York profs to lecture on TVO in quest for "Ontario’s best lecturer"
York University | October 21, 2005
Lectures by two of York’s most popular professors will air on upcoming episodes of TVO’s "Big Ideas," in the final round of a competition to find Ontario’s best lecturer....[continue]

MEDIA ADVISORY: Rebuilding from natural disasters to be discussed at tsunami "mini conference" at U of C
University of Calgary | October 20, 2005
The causes of tsunamis, earthquakes and other geologic catastrophes and how human populations can be protected from their destructive power will be explored during a one-day conference taking place at the University of Calgary on Friday, Oct. 21....[continue]

University of Manitoba | October 12, 2005
New work by Vibeke Sorensen brought to life with assistance from the Rockefeller Foundation, Intel Corporation and U of M....[continue]

U of C announces first appointee to Chair in Business Ethics
University of Calgary | September 12, 2005
The University of Calgary’s Faculty of Humanities, in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy and Haskayne School of Business, is pleased to announce Dr. Gregory A. Daneke as the first appointee to the Chair in Business Ethics....[continue]



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