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BU’s Dr. Meg Carrington speaks at Manitoba AA Provincial Girl’s Basketball Tournament
Brandon University | March 23, 2006
On Friday, March 17th, Brandon University’s Dr. Margaret Carrington (Department of Physics and Astronomy) was the guest speaker at the AA provincial girl’s basketball tournament in Forrest, Manitoba....[continue]

Symposium and lecture part of African Heritage celebrations
Brock University | February 5, 2006
As part of African Heritage Month celebrations at Brock University this month, an African Day Symposium will be held on Thursday, Feb. 23, from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Dr. Charles A. Sankey Chamber....[continue]

UW workshop on mathematics of medical image processing called a 'success'
University of Waterloo | November 10, 2005
A University of Waterloo (UW) workshop held Oct. 21-23 on the future direction of medical imaging was termed a resounding success by a wide range of health professionals and researchers from across North America and Europe....[continue]

World-class jazz musicians to highlight first-of-its-kind jazz festival
St. Francis Xavier University | September 20, 2005
The best of the best from the jazz world will perform at Jazz X-Fest hosted by the St. Francis Xavier University Music Department. Venues on the StFX campus and throughout the Town of Antigonish will showcase Juno Award winning jazz musicians....[continue]

Curator of Education and Community Outreach joins the Owens
Mount Allison University | September 19, 2005
The Owens Art Gallery is very pleased to announce the addition of a Curator of Education and Community Outreach to its staff....[continue]

McGill: The heart of a college 'town'
McGill University | September 15, 2005
From orientation events on campus to study groups in bustling neighbourhood coffee shops, the signs are all around that school is back in session....[continue]

Jazz fest to bring big names
St. Francis Xavier University | September 6, 2005
It's the ultimate jazz eXperience and an opportunity to see Oliver Jones performing in a special unretirement concert....[continue]

Does Brokeback Mountain really break new ground?
University of Calgary | February 7, 2005
This year’s Oscar frontrunner, Brokeback Mountain, is being hailed by some for its frank portrayal of homosexuality. But does the film really represent an advancement in how Hollywood treats gay characters?...[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]



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