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Laurier Centre for Music Therapy Research introduces Canada’s first physioacoustic sound wave therapy chairs
Wilfrid Laurier University | November 16, 2006
The Laurier Centre for Music Therapy Research (LCMTR) will introduce its low frequency sound wave therapy chairs – the only two in Canada – to medical and health care practitioners at a physioacoustic seminar on November 25, 2006, 9:30 a.m. in the Maureen Forrester Recital Hall....[continue]

International researchers convene to explore governance of natural resources in a complex world
Brock University | October 27, 2006
Researchers at Brock and Wilfrid Laurier University will lead a two-day international workshop on Oct. 27 and 28 at Wilfrid Laurier to address the challenge of natural resources use and protection in a complex and increasingly connected world. Participants at the workshop will take stock of recent developments in the governance of natural resources (e.g., fisheries, wildlife, forests), and identify new directions for research and policy....[continue]

Mount Allison student receives funding to study Nunatsiavut land claim agreement
Mount Allison University | October 23, 2006
Harry Borlase, a Canadian Studies student at Mount Allison University and resident of Goose Bay, NL, is the recipient of a Canadian Northern Studies Trust Northern Resident Award, valued at $5,000, from the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS)....[continue]

TRU a community focus this October
Thompson Rivers University | October 3, 2006
Town and gown meet at the Thompson Rivers University campus next week in a variety of public events....[continue]

Meaning of ‘Home’ and Identity Explored in New Book by Lakehead Professor
Lakehead University | September 19, 2006
A Lakehead University Outdoor Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Professor has co-edited and published a book entitled "Multiple Dwelling and Tourism: Negotiating Place, Home and Identity."...[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]

Carleton University Designated an EU Centre of Excellence
Carleton University | September 12, 2006
Carleton University has been designated as an European Union (EU) Centre of Excellence by the European Commission....[continue]

UBC Conference to Reveal Pine Beetle Infested Wood as Part of Biofuel Solution to World's Energy Crisis
University of British Columbia | August 25, 2006
The largest outbreak of the mountain pine beetle ever recorded in western Canada is creating an opportunity for British Columbia to be a leading producer, user and exporter of biofuels, says UBC Dean of Forestry Jack Saddler, who will kick off the International Energy Agency’s Bioenergy Workshop at UBC Sunday night....[continue]

Dr. Richard Homburg, you’ve made a world of difference in our lives
St. Mary's University | August 23, 2006
Saint Mary’s University took the time today to thank Dr. Richard Homburg for establishing the Homburg International Mobility Awards....[continue]

U of T front and centre at AIDS 2006 More than 132 countries will be represented at 16th International AIDS Conference
University of Toronto | July 24, 2006
More than 132 countries will be represented at the conference, "allowing us, as university scientists, the opportunity to exchange the most recent and innovative research results with colleagues, community members and the world....[continue]

International L.M. Montgomery Conference to Explore Conflict
University of Prince Edward Island | June 16, 2006
Since the first symposium in 1994, the L.M. Montgomery Institute’s biennial conferences at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) have brought together scholars, researchers, students, and Montgomery enthusiasts to explore the world and the works of PEI’s most famous author....[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]

International conference on bullying addresses understanding and learning
Queen's University | May 18, 2006
Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean, Governor General of Canada, will serve as the official patron of a new national network to address problems of childhood bullying....[continue]

University of Manitoba | May 11, 2006
His Excellency Mr. Benjamin Mkapa, the former President of the United Republic of Tanzania, will deliver a public lecture at the University of Manitoba titled "The Changing Face of African Politics," on Monday, May 15, 2006, at 3:00 pm in Room 343 Drake Centre at the Fort Garry Campus....[continue]

Atom Egoyan guest-stars at spring convocation
University of Calgary | April 10, 2006
Acclaimed Canadian film-maker Atom Egoyan, former Canadian Football League Commissioner Douglas Mitchell, Calgary arts patron and community activist Mary Rozsa de Coquet and outgoing U of C Students’ Union President Bryan West are among the 16 respected and talented individuals who will be conferred with the University of Calgary’s highest honours in convocation ceremonies taking place between May 11 and June 9, 2006....[continue]

Lecturer will explore relationships of music and culture
University of Regina | March 27, 2006
Due to weather-related travel delays, Beverley Diamond’s community lecture originally scheduled for March 29 has been re-scheduled....[continue]

International Speakers Gather to Discuss How the World is Being Reshaped
Lakehead University | March 17, 2006
"Old Economy Regions in the New Economy: A North/South Dialogue on Social, Cultural, and Economic Issues"...[continue]

Bishop’s University Business students victorious at international competition
Bishop's University | March 16, 2006
While other Bishop’s students were enjoying Reading Week, four students from the Williams School of Business were busy taking on, and beating, universities from around the world at the 11th Annual Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) undergraduate case competition in Oslo, Norway....[continue]

Ryerson University Hosts Exhibit of Finnish Photography, Design
Ryerson University | February 20, 2006
Ryerson University’s School of Interior Design will publicly launch its "Process and Product" exhibit on Wednesday, Jan. 25, School of Interior Design, 302 Church Street, main floor....[continue]

UW hosts inaugural "ideas for Health" international conference
University of Waterloo | January 3, 2006
The University of Waterloo is hosting the inaugural "ideas for Health" international conference this week to explore how best to provide key information that can be used to improve health care around the world....[continue]

Immigrant youth better off if still attached to their ethnic culture, largest-ever international study finds
Queen's University | November 16, 2005
Immigrant youth are better able to handle discrimination, have fewer emotional problems, and get along better in school and in the community when they remain strongly attached to their own ethnic culture rather than try to melt into a national culture, a Queen’s University-based international psychological study has found....[continue]

Marek Wartak named Laurier’s University Research Professor for 2005–2006
Wilfrid Laurier University | November 9, 2005
Dr. Marek Wartak, a physics and computer science professor, has been named Laurier’s University Research Professor for 2005–2006....[continue]

York U Canada’s scientific lead for NASA 2007 Phoenix Mission
York University | October 25, 2005
York University scientists and industry representatives today welcomed the announcement by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) of a final contribution of $6 million to build a fully- integrated weather station for NASA’s 2007 Phoenix Mission to Mars....[continue]



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