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Ingrid Jensen and Friends bring sizzling Jazz to Brunton Auditorium, March 18
Mount Allison University | March 14, 2006
Jazz afficionados will have the opportunity to hear some of North America’s hottest performers at Brunton Auditorium (134 Main Street, Sackville) on Saturday, March 18 at 8 p.m., when the Mount Allison Performing Arts Series presents a concert led by jazz trumpet and flugelhorn virtuoso Ingrid Jensen....[continue]

Bob Rae covers array of subjects including possible leadership of federal Liberals
Wilfrid Laurier University | March 9, 2006
Laurier chancellor Bob Rae gave a student audience plenty to think about Wednesday in a freewheeling lecture that ranged from the war in Iraq to softwood lumber ("we’re right and they’re wrong"), to why the former NDP leader of Ontario left that party and the possibility that he might run for leadership of the federal Liberals....[continue]

Hawks knock of #8-ranked Brock and head to OUA West division championship
Wilfrid Laurier University | February 22, 2006
A capacity crowd was reduced to stunned silence – and the Brock Badgers women’s basketball team weren’t far behind....[continue]

Trent University to Host Minister at the Canadian Embassy in Berlin on February 6
Trent University | February 2, 2006
Robert Vanderloo to Deliver Talk on Canadian-German Relations, the Foreign Service as a Career, and the Youth Mobility Agreement...[continue]

Laurier students travel to Biloxi, Mississippi to assist in cleanup and rebuilding
Wilfrid Laurier University | January 27, 2006
Half a dozen Laurier students deliberately missed the first week of classes in January, but they did so for a good cause: they travelled to Biloxi, Mississippi, to assist in cleaning up and rebuilding the city of 50,000, which was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina last August....[continue]

University of New Brunswick - Saint John | January 10, 2006
The geological exploration of Mars. Perhaps decades ago, it seemed as far away as the Red Planet itself. Guess what?...[continue]

Sir Wilfred Grenfell College presents Hear me, children-yet-to-be-born (2004)
Memorial University of Newfoundland | January 10, 2006
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College art Gallery is proud to present Hear me, children-yet-to-be-born, a new experimental video by Paris-based artist Sandy Amerio, whose work questions the formal characterization of the documentary, fiction and art practice....[continue]

Motion Ensemble features British Music in Concert, Jan. 6
Mount Allison University | January 3, 2006
Motion Ensemble, New Brunswick’s professional new music group will present a concert entitled "British Beef!" on Friday, January 6 at 8 p.m. in Struts Gallery, 7 Lorne Street, Sackville. Admission is PWYW (pay-what-you-wish)....[continue]

Concordia University has contacted a number of Concordia experts who will be available to assist journalists with commentary on a variety of election issues.
Concordia University | December 14, 2005
200 students will vie for business supremacy at the John Molson School of Business...[continue]

Fall Convocation - Biography - Michael Desbois Spencer, BA, CM
Concordia University | November 29, 2005
Michael Spencer was born in England and educated at Rugby School and Oxford University....[continue]

Christmas traditions with the TWU Choirs: Performance at the Chan Centre and on Global TV
Trinity Western University | November 24, 2005
Christmas harmony emerges on Dec. 4 when the Trinity Western University Choirs perform their second annual "Christmas at the Chan Centre" concert in front of a sellout crowd at the UBC Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. Accompanied by a full orchestra, the TWU Choirs will be joined by the Pacific Mennonite Children's Choir....[continue]

University of New Brunswick - Saint John | November 3, 2005
The increasing investment, trade and cultural exchanges between Canada and Germany will be explored during an international-based lecture Monday, Nov. 7, at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton....[continue]

Kent Nagano and Ruth Goldbloom set to receive honorary degrees from McGill
McGill University | October 19, 2005
Famed music director and groundbreaking fundraiser will receive honorary doctorates at fall convocation...[continue]

U of G Hosts Films of Controversy and Courage
University of Guelph | September 26, 2005
The University of Guelph hosts its third annual international film series, "Beyond Hollywood," with the first of six films to be shown Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. in the Florence Partridge Room (Group Viewing Room) on the third floor of the McLaughlin Library....[continue]

Public conference explores the unification of Germany
University of Waterloo | September 22, 2005
A University of Waterloo one-day conference next month will explore present-day Germany, a decade and half after the fall of the Berlin Wall, which separated the former West Germany and East Germany....[continue]

Democracy Without Borders? Global Governance in an Age of Interdependence
University of Lethbridge | September 20, 2005
A U of L Discovery Lecture by Dr. Benjamin Barber,. Gershon and Carrol Kekst Professor of Civil Society at the University of Maryland and a principal of the Democracy Collaborative...[continue]

Concordia University | September 20, 2005
This year, Concordia University’s renowned Departments of Journalism and Communication Studies, are marking their 30th and 40th anniversaries respectively. As part of their celebrations, they will present a lecture on Friday, September 23, by distinguished scholar and journalist Michael Ignatieff....[continue]

UW historian's expertise includes East German Stasi
University of Waterloo | September 16, 2005
University of Waterloo History Prof. Gary Bruce is keenly interested in the Stasi, the huge Communist secret service organization that existed in East Germany during the post-Second World War years....[continue]

Kent Nagano honoured by McGill and Université de Montréal
McGill University | September 14, 2005
McGill University and Université de Montréal are proud to announce that they will each be presenting an honorary doctorate to Maestro Kent Nagano, Music Director-designate of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, in 2005-2006....[continue]



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