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Bison hunters more advanced than thought: research
University of Calgary | August 14, 2006
A University of Calgary archaeologist has proposed a controversial theory suggesting the First Nations of the Canadian Plains developed complex tribal social structures some 1,700 years earlier than many researchers believe....[continue]

Agriculture and Rural Life Focus of Conference
University College of Cape Breton | July 18, 2006
This week, agriculture and rural like will take centre stage at an Atlantic Canada conference in the heart of Cape Breton Islandís agricultural industry....[continue]

Atlantic Agriculture Conference
University College of Cape Breton | June 9, 2006
A conference on agriculture and rural life will take place in the heart of Cape Breton Islandís agricultural industry in July....[continue]

UW to host Waterloo Regional FIRST Robotics competition
University of Waterloo | March 15, 2006
With participation rising by 25 per cent over last year, some of Ontario's top high school students will once again gather at the University of Waterloo next week for the Waterloo Regional FIRST Robotics Competition....[continue]

SFU swim and dive team members disciplined for inappropriate conduct
Simon Fraser University | February 24, 2006
Simon Fraser University's swim and dive teams will not participate in the upcoming National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) competition as a result of disciplinary action....[continue]

University of Ottawa Media Calendar: November 15 to 20 2005
University of Ottawa | November 15, 2005
Here is a summary of the activities taking place at the University of Ottawa this week....[continue]

Was Einstein right? U of C hosts free public lecture
University of Calgary | November 4, 2005
U of C Hosts Free Public Lecture...[continue]

Laurier business students inspired by international competition
Wilfrid Laurier University | October 12, 2005
Her Wilfrid Laurier University team didn't win, but business student Courtney King said representing Canada at the Students in Free Enterprise World Cup championships held in Toronto last week was in itself a winning experience....[continue]



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