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2006 Case Competition
Royal Roads University | March 16, 2006
With contenders coming from as far away as the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles and Concordia University in Montreal, this year’s international case competition at Royal Roads University will put the business skills of 13 teams to a test that would probably gain the approval of Donald Trump....[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 Boulevard Design Wins Prestigious Award
University of British Columbia | March 13, 2006
The design for UBC’s University Boulevard and University Square has received the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2006 Institute Honour Award for Regional and Urban Design....[continue]

UW prof probes hydrogen fuel cells, energy diversity for cars
University of Waterloo | March 6, 2006
As the world hits peak oil production, there is keen interest in finding the next great fuel source....[continue]

Professor wins Oscar
University of Toronto | March 6, 2006
A new computer animation technique took Demetri Terzopoulos from the classroom to the Oscars...[continue]

PARADISE REGAINED: A Cross-Border Collaboration, Feb. 27 — March 1
Mount Allison University | February 20, 2006
The week of February 27 students from Sackville, NB and Brooklyn, NYC are coming together to present a unique theatrical collaboration, PARADISE REGAINED, a play based on Milton’s famous epic poem....[continue]

Art Talks artist expresses human redemption through media
Trinity Western University | February 16, 2006
Taking place on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in TWU's Northwest Auditorium, the public event is a partnership with The Verge Arts Series, an interdisciplinary, artistic venture....[continue]

An evening of cello music, Jan. 13 & 14
University of Calgary | January 10, 2006
University of Calgary Celebrity Series presents Cellist Arnold Choi on Friday, January 13 and Saturday, January 14, 2006 at 8 pm in the Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall of the Rozsa Centre....[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]

Jazz Lovers Welcome Back NOJO to Brock
Brock University | January 10, 2006
On Friday, January 13, Niagara jazz lovers will welcome back the award-winning Canadian big band NOJO to the Brock Centre for the Arts....[continue]

York film student’s thesis paves way for role on CTV’s One Dead Indian
York University | January 4, 2006
York University film student and actress Pamela Matthews joins a star-studded cast in CTV’s One Dead Indian which premieres Wednesday, January 4 at 8:00 p.m....[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]

18-year-old cellist shows off his promising career
University of Calgary | December 19, 2005
he University of Calgary Celebrity Series presents Cellist Arnold Choi on Friday, January 13 and Saturday, January 14, 2006 at 8 pm in the Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall of the Rozsa Centre. This Calgary born cellist began playing the cello at the age of five and has captivated audiences throughout Canada and the United States....[continue]

UBC Gains Global Brains With New Federal Research Positions
University of British Columbia | November 10, 2005
University of British Columbia research will be expanded to include studies of plant chemicals that influence brain function, the future of copyright and other areas with the appointment today of eight researchers who have been named as new Canada Research Chairs (CRC)....[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]

Internationally acclaimed chef launches new cookbook at Malaspina
Malaspina University College | November 7, 2005
Here's your chance to taste some culinary creations prepared by an internationally award-winning chef....[continue]

The Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research: quick facts
University of Toronto | November 3, 2005
Some of the important research at the new centre...[continue]

SWGC: Grenfell contingent to attend First International Symposium on the Oil & Gas Resources of Western Newfoundland
Memorial University of Newfoundland | October 24, 2005
Three Grenfell College employees will attend the First International Symposium on the Oil & Gas Resources of Western Newfoundland, being held this week at Humber Valley Resort Oct. 25 and 26....[continue]

Health professionals need to tailor AIDS research to ethnic communities and gender
University of Toronto | October 20, 2005
The underrepresentation of women, various ethnic groups and those with low-incomes limits the effectiveness of HIV/AIDS clinical trials and can have a serious impact on the eventual success of vaccines, says Professor Peter Newman of the Faculty of Social Work and the Centre for Applied Social Research at U of T....[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]

Creating Space for Art
Concordia University | October 11, 2005
Catherine Wild, Dean of Concordia’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Don McLean, Dean of the Schulich School of Music of McGill University will host a special symposium Creating Space for Art, an exciting addition to arts education and research in Canada...[continue]

Fluevog's shoe logs
Trinity Western University | September 23, 2005
World renown shoe designer shares expertise at TWU this September...[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]

Hurricane Katrina: Cape Breton University Looking
University College of Cape Breton | September 9, 2005
While Cape Breton University will welcome and assist any displaced students who may wish to study in Cape Breton, the institution’s primary focus will centre on offering academic capabilities and partnerships as the US Gulf States look ahead to rebuilding....[continue]

Van Gogh the subject of inaugural Cummings Lecture at St. Jerome's
University of Waterloo | September 8, 2005
A tormented artist, disdained by his peers only to become a celebrated icon of the 20th century, is the subject of the inaugural Laurence A. Cummings Lecture in Cultural History at St. Jerome's University....[continue]

SJU’s Higgins named one of TVO’s Top Ten” Lecturers
St. Jerome's University | September 7, 2005
Isabel Bassett, TVOntario’s Chair and CEO, announced the short-list of Ontario’s ten best lecturers on Tuesday in Ottawa....[continue]

U of S Psychology Professor Named Champion of Mental Health
University of Saskatchewan | September 6, 2005
University of Saskatchewan medical anthropologist James Waldram has been named a Champion of Mental Health by the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) for his work in understanding Aboriginal mental health....[continue]

Motion Ensemble presents Time: what a concept! Sept. 7
Mount Allison University | September 1, 2005
Motion Ensemble, New Brunswick’s professional new music group will present a concert entitled, Time: what a concept...[continue]

Award-Winning Playwright Is U of G Writer-in-Residence
University of Guelph | February 6, 2005
Playwright Sunil Kuruvilla, who began winning writing contests as a child growing up in Waterloo, is the University of Guelph’s writer-in-residence for the winter semester....[continue]

Exhibition will showcase superstar architect
University of Toronto | February 6, 2005
First exhibition in two decades devoted to Frank Gehry’s drawings...[continue]



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