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Physics alumnus shares secret of turning degree into empire
Wilfrid Laurier University | March 22, 2006
Michael Gregoire, president and CEO of Taleo Corporation, will highlight how his physics degree from Laurier led him to success in the business world as one of Consulting Magazine’s Top 25 Most Influential Consultants....[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]

Glenn Adams Exhibit at Owens Art Gallery — Opening reception to be held Feb. 26
Mount Allison University | February 20, 2006
Well-known Sackville artist Glenn Adams will be featured in a career retrospective exhibition at the Owens Art Gallery....[continue]

Nimmons receives lifetime achievement award
University of Toronto | December 13, 2005
Jazz musician also recognized as an outstanding educator...[continue]

Remembering John Lennon
University of Western Ontario | December 7, 2005
The following contact at The University of Western Ontario can provide comment on the 25th anniversary of John Lennon's death....[continue]

UW prof selected as recipient of prestigious international award
University of Waterloo | December 6, 2005
The founding director of the University of Waterloo's Institute for Quantitative Finance and Insurance (IQFI), Prof. Phelim Boyle, has been named the 2005 IAFE/SunGard Financial Engineer of the Year (FEOY)....[continue]

Speech - Brian Mulroney, PC, CC, LLD
Concordia University | December 5, 2005
They were working-class Canadians....[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]

Waterloo to take Manhattan, celebrate at NYSE; Establishes first international office
University of Waterloo | November 18, 2005
A delegation from the University of Waterloo (UW) heads to the Big Apple next week for two grand events that will strengthen the university's foothold in the worlds of international business and finance....[continue]

University to host prestigious seminar on globalization and community in the Americas
University of Toronto | November 8, 2005
International scholars to examine global dynamics and labour history...[continue]

SWGC: Catherine Bush - Reading from her fiction
Memorial University of Newfoundland | October 27, 2005
The English Program, SWGC and Casual Jack's Roadhouse present Catherine Bush - Reading from her fiction....[continue]

Amtrak President & CEO to Speak at Annual CBU Alumni Progress Dinner
University College of Cape Breton | October 25, 2005
The businessman who oversees America’s intercity passenger rail system will address guests at the Annual Cape Breton University Alumni Progress Dinner on Tuesday...[continue]

Fall Winds concert blows into town, Oct. 30
Mount Allison University | October 21, 2005
Mount Allison’s department of music will present a Fall Winds concert on Sunday, October 30 at 3 p.m. in Brunton Auditorium. Fall Winds is a chamber music group that was organized 12 years ago and is comprised of professional musicians from all three maritime provinces....[continue]

The science of crime: forensic science program to host 7th annual seminar
British Columbia Institute of Technology | October 4, 2005
BCIT’s Forensic Science Technology Program will host its 7th annual day-long seminar this Saturday, October 8, at the Burnaby Campus. The topic: Crime and Science 2005 – Terrorism and Mass Disasters....[continue]

2005-06 Performing Arts Series kicks off with the Arrogant Worms, Sept. 24
Mount Allison University | September 21, 2005
The Mount Allison University Performing Arts Series starts its new season with a bang on Saturday, September 24 at 8 p.m. in Convocation Hall with a performance by the celebrated Canadian musical trio, the Arrogant Worms...[continue]

Richard (Dick) H. MacLean 1942-2005
St. Mary's University | September 20, 2005
MacLean, Richard (Dick) Henry, 63, passed away suddenly in Halifax, NS on September 19, 2005....[continue]

Islamic scholars join Faculty of Law
University of Toronto | September 12, 2005
Michael Kotryly may not know it but he and 10 other law students are part of a historical moment at the Faculty of Law. This fall, they are taking the first Islamic law course ever offered by the law school, taught by one of U of T’s two new full-time Islamic law scholars....[continue]

Brandon University to host presentation on Faith in the Face of Tragedy: What We Learned from 9/11
Brandon University | September 7, 2005
Brandon University, in conjunction with Canadian Forces Base Shilo, will host a presentation entitled Faith in the Face of Tragedy....[continue]

Renowned Physicist Dr. Lawrence Krauss to speak at Mount A, Sept. 12
Mount Allison University | September 2, 2005
The Mount Allison physics department is starting the school year off and marking the World Year of Physics with a bang! The Wilford Jonah Lecture, featuring world-renowned physicist, Grammy nominee, and best-selling author Dr. Lawrence Krauss....[continue]

First-Ever Thematic Convocation to Focus on Media
University of Guelph | February 8, 2005
The University of Guelph’s winter convocation will be unique in Canada, with all five honorary degree recipients being leading members of the Canadian media....[continue]

Inaugural President's Dialogue to Feature Media Leaders
University of Guelph | February 8, 2005
Some of Canada’s leading journalists, authors and media executives, including Pamela Wallin, Gwynne Dyer and Scott Griffin, will be at the University of Guelph Feb. 22 to take part in a public dialogue on the role of the media in a changing global community....[continue]

University of Ottawa Media Calendar: February 8 to 12 2006
University of Ottawa | February 7, 2005
Here is a summary of the activities taking place at the University of Ottawa this week....[continue]

Lewis Lapham to speak at "Politicization of Research" conference
University of Ottawa | February 1, 2005
The University of Ottawa Graduate Students’ Association (GSAED) will hold its 9th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference February 8-10, 2006 on the issue of The Politicization of Research....[continue]



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