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Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre Winter Term Swim Registration
Brock University | November 17, 2006
Brock University's Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre will hold its Winter Term Community Swimming Registration beginning Monday, Dec. 11, at 5 p.m....[continue]

UW student represents Canada at global youth forum on information and communications
University of Waterloo | November 15, 2006
The federal government has selected University of Waterloo student Rebecca Baxter to represent Canada at the youth forum of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) conference to be held Dec. 3-8 in Hong Kong, China....[continue]

Malaspina Media Lecture Series great place for open dialogue
Malaspina University College | October 20, 2006
The public is invited to dig into some hot topics during Malaspina University-College’s new Media Lecture Series....[continue]

Munk Centre Receives a further $5-million endowment from Peter Munk
University of Toronto | October 17, 2006
Gift guarantees future of world class institution at University of Toronto...[continue]

Education gamble pays off with new career in pulp and paper industry
Malaspina University College | October 13, 2006
From Cuba, to Panama, to Nanaimo, the Fiandor family has steadily overcome challenges to build a better life....[continue]

Schlegel Centre means business
Wilfrid Laurier University | October 6, 2006
If you start talking to your "intelligent" home or office in the future, there is a good chance 23-year-old Mike Bodkin of Waterloo will have had something to do with it....[continue]

Creating high-tech entrepreneurs with finance and marketing savvy
Wilfrid Laurier University | October 2, 2006
Ginny Dybenko is on a mission. She wants to encourage a new kind of business graduate, someone who combines the creative passion of a high-tech entrepreneur with the grounded thinking of a finance or marketing major....[continue]

University of Windsor researcher provides "sound evidence" of Ivory-Billed Woodpecker's existence
University of Windsor | September 26, 2006
University of Windsor Biology professor Dan Mennill and his team of researchers are part of an international group that has just published evidence of the existence of the elusive Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, a magnificent bird thought to have become extinct half a century ago....[continue]

Celebrating Research and Creative Activity at Mount A, Aug. 31
Mount Allison University | August 29, 2006
Mount Allison researchers will start the school year off with a bang....[continue]

Divers' presence affects blackeye goby
Simon Fraser University | August 14, 2006
‘Do not disturb’ may be the ecotourist’s motto, but the mere presence of recreational scuba divers is affecting at least one small marine reef fish — the blackeye goby....[continue]

McMaster rookies selected to join Junior National Team
McMaster University | July 12, 2006
McMaster incoming rookies, Shawn Bench (St. Catherines, ON) and Jeremy Groenveld (Welland, ON) have been selected to represent Volleyball Canada on the Junior National Team. A total of 12 athletes plus 2 alternates have been selected as Junior National Team athletes for this year....[continue]

Innovative use of community resources brings Memorial University’s Genesis Centre national award
Memorial University of Newfoundland | June 23, 2006
Memorial University’s Genesis Centre has been nationally recognized for the inventive ways in which it helps fledgling technology-based ventures get a healthy start in business....[continue]

American literature, a Cuban writer, and workplace safety??
Mount Allison University | June 21, 2006
What do workplace safety, American literature, and Cuban author José Antonio Ramos Aguirre have in common?...[continue]

U of C Department of Music announces Celebrity Series 2006/07 season
University of Calgary | June 21, 2006
The University of Calgary Department of Music unveils the following artists for Celebrity Series 2006/07....[continue]

Go green while going home
University of Toronto | June 15, 2006
Take part in Clean Air Commute Week, enjoy a Segway ride, win prizes...[continue]

U of S Aboriginal/Newcomer Research Highlighted at National Scholars' Congress
University of Saskatchewan | May 29, 2006
University of Saskatchewan faculty and students will be among 8,000 scholars speaking and presenting papers at York University May 27 to June 3 at the 2006 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, the largest conference of its kind in North America....[continue]

Plummer, Huston among McGill honorary degree recipients
McGill University | May 8, 2006
Seventeen highly accomplished individuals, including acclaimed actor Christopher Plummer, author Nancy Huston, diplomat James Bartleman and civil aviation pioneer Pierre Jeanniot, will receive honorary McGill University degrees during this year's spring convocation ceremonies, May 29-June 6....[continue]

New Zealand Expert Makes Presentation on Literacy Methods
Lakehead University | May 3, 2006
Method to be explored for possible adaptation to Canadian Aboriginal Experience...[continue]

UVic Boosts Budding Businesses
University of Victoria | May 2, 2006
If you’re a student with a cool business idea, the University of Victoria’s tech transfer office wants to hear about it....[continue]

Medical Mission Aids Peru and Runner Sends Shoes to Cuba
University of Western Ontario | April 18, 2006
As the academic year comes to a close at universities across the country, the following students and faculty may be Of Interest....[continue]

Three U of S Researchers Nominated for Innovation Awards
University of Saskatchewan | April 4, 2006
Three University of Saskatchewan researchers whose innovations range from a treatment for deadly lung inflammation, to a way of protecting newborn calves against disease, to a novel gene that shortens the time required for plants to mature, have been nominated for the Innovation Place-Industry Liaison Office's "Award of Innovation....[continue]

New Director of Business Development Joins Canadian Light Source at the University of Saskatchewan
University of Saskatchewan | April 3, 2006
New Director of Business Development Joins Canadian Light Source at the University of Saskatchewan...[continue]

Mount A Symphonic and Jazz Ensembles end the year on a high note, March 30
Mount Allison University | March 27, 2006
The department of music at Mount Allison University invites you to hear its Symphonic Band and Jazz Ensemble in concert Thursday, March 30 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 including de Meij’s Symphony No. 1 Lord of the Rings, Ellington’s Perdido and two selections of chamber winds literature....[continue]

Schulich researcher part of group that claims top Cuban scientific honour
University of Calgary | March 22, 2006
Schulich School of Engineering Vice-Dean, Dr. Robert Day, is part of a group that was recently awarded the Premio Nacional CITMA 2005 by the Cuban Ministry of Science....[continue]

Faculty of Medicine and Samaritan’s Purse partner with Sudanese physicians
University of Calgary | March 21, 2006
Samaritan’s Purse - Canada and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary have partnered to provide a six-month training program to 15 Sudanese physicians currently living in Canada....[continue]

Sudanese Physicians to return to Sudan after 20 year absence
University of Calgary | March 20, 2006
Samaritan’s Purse – Canada, and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary have partnered to offer 15 Cuban-trained Sudanese physicians six months of training so they can return to war-torn southern Sudan to practice medicine....[continue]

Bank of Montreal National Scholars honoured
University of Toronto | March 17, 2006
Scholarship program recognizes Canada’s brightest high school students...[continue]

UBC Students Celebrate International Week
University of British Columbia | March 17, 2006
UBC students celebrate international learning through film, food, dance, drama and a career fairs at International Week 2006 - AkSents...[continue]

York's new high-tech cinema opens with screening of award-winning films
York University | March 13, 2006
York University and the Faculty of Fine Arts celebrate the official opening of The Accolade Project, York’s outstanding new teaching, exhibition and performance complex, with a week-long Fine Arts Festival running March 20-26....[continue]

University of New Brunswick - Saint John | March 7, 2006
The History of American Counter-Terrorism is the subject of a timely public lecture at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton....[continue]

CBU Hosting third open house Sunday
University College of Cape Breton | March 3, 2006
Cape Breton University is welcoming the community to attend another open house this weekend at the Wentworth Condominium as part of its Luck of the Irish Condo and Car Lottery....[continue]

UBC Hosts Canada's Largest Student Business Plan Competition with $100,000 in Prizes
University of British Columbia | February 23, 2006
Top undergraduate students from across the country will compete in front of prominent business leaders for $100,000 in prizes and the chance to turn their business ideas into reality at the University of British Columbia's Enterprize 2006, Canada's largest undergraduate entrepreneurial conference and business plan competition....[continue]

Luck of the Irish Lottery Heats Up!
University College of Cape Breton | February 23, 2006
New early bird draw to Cuba set for March 8; O’Brien’s take first early bird prize...[continue]

International Watershed Conference Attracts International Experts
University of New Brunswick - Saint John | February 16, 2006
The St. John River runs some 700-kilometres in length, offering a link to day-to-day living, recreation and plenty of hurdles within New Brunswick to keep it clean....[continue]

Memorial University unearthing ancient stories at new seminar
Memorial University of Newfoundland | January 12, 2006
The archaeologist who excavated the earliest known fishing site in the New Worldis coming to Memorial University for a special public lecture next week....[continue]

Laurentian historian reviews the presidency of Gerald R. Ford
Laurentian University of Sudbury | December 22, 2005
Although Gerald R. Ford's term as American President was the second briefest of the 20 th century (August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977), major developments that would change the world took place during his 895 days in office. In 895 Days that Changed the World: The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford , published by Black Rose Books, Laurentian University history professor Dr. Graeme Mount redefines Mr. Ford's contributions in world politics and place in American history....[continue]

Citation - Brian Mulroney, PC, CC, LLD
Concordia University | December 5, 2005
It is particularly fitting that Canada’s 18th Prime Minister should be receiving this recognition from Concordia University, as he served on our Board of Governors from 1978 to 1983....[continue]

Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre Winter Term Swim Registration
Brock University | November 16, 2005
Brock University's Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre will hold its Winter Term Community Swimming Registration beginning Monday, Dec. 12, at 9 a.m....[continue]

Tommie Sue Montgomery Abrahams presents Lessons from El Salvador: Peacekeeping and Peacemaking-Nov. 11
Mount Allison University | November 9, 2005
Renowned international scholar, Dr. Tommie Sue Montgomery Abrahams will be a guest lecturer at Mount Allison University on Friday, November 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Owens Art Gallery....[continue]

New faculty members seek to safeguard the health of populations
Simon Fraser University | November 4, 2005
With the unprecedented appointment of a dozen new researchers in seven months and 19 students enrolled in its inaugural graduate degree program, Simon Fraser University's newest faculty - health sciences - is up and running this fall....[continue]



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