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Leadership Mount Allisonís Speaker Series welcomes Linda Duncan, Nov. 7
Mount Allison University | November 6, 2006
On Tuesday, November 7 Mount Allison University will welcome Linda Duncan as the third speaker in Leadership Mount Allisonís 2006 Certificate Program Speaker Series. Duncan will speak at 7 p.m. in Brunton Auditorium and everyone is welcome to attend....[continue]

Crime and intelligence analysis degree option opens at BCIT
British Columbia Institute of Technology | October 25, 2006
The British Columbia Institute of Technology will soon be furnishing law enforcement with graduates trained in crime and intelligence analysis, as the institute launches a new degree option in Forensic Investigation....[continue]

Yukon Students Can Transfer to Southern Art Institutions
Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design | October 24, 2006
Two leading art and design institutes have signed articulation agreements with Yukon College. The agreements with the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design (ECI) and the Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) mean that students who complete the foundation year at the new School of Visual Arts in Dawson City qualify for second year at the southern institutions....[continue]

Installation Ceremony Planned for New UNBC President
University of Northern British Columbia | October 19, 2006
Dr. Don Cozzetto will be officially installed as UNBCís fourth president during an official installation ceremony on Saturday, October 28....[continue]

UNBC Participates in Major Northern Research Program
University of New Brunswick - Saint John | October 3, 2006
The University of Northern British Columbia will play a leading role in one of the biggest research projects ever undertaken in northern Canada....[continue]

Lakehead Professor Leading Team in Research of the Northern Social Economy
Lakehead University | September 29, 2006
The largest Northern Social Science research grant has been awarded to establish the Social Economy Research Network for Northern Canada (SERNNoCa)....[continue]

Campus Ambassador renews lifetime of helping students
Malaspina University College | September 27, 2006
He might have been a beardless Santa, dropping by Malaspina during his off-season to give the gift of guidance to confused, first-year Malaspina University-College students....[continue]

Student & Teachers to Have New Mysteries to Solve
University of Victoria | August 23, 2006
The location of a mysterious Viking settlement, the enduring question of who really was first to strike gold in the Klondike, and the identity of a mystery man washed ashore in Acadia will be the next mysteries presented to online sleuths on Canadaís popular historical mystery website....[continue]

Deep breaths don't cut it
McMaster University | June 30, 2006
McMaster biologist explores environmental stress tolerance in plants...[continue]

Scotiabank supports BCIT's new Aerospace Technology Campus and students with gift of $125,000
British Columbia Institute of Technology | June 27, 2006
BCIT students will benefit from the opening of the new Aerospace Technology Campus, an elite facility currently under construction on 12.2 acres at the gateway to Vancouver International Airport (YVR), thanks in part to a $125,000 donation from Scotiabank....[continue]

Research Grants Awarded to 5 Lakehead U Faculty Members and 10 Students
Lakehead University | June 15, 2006
Lakehead University has received 16 new Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) grants this year totalling $870,295....[continue]

UBC Trio Wins Trudeau Scholarships
University of British Columbia | June 9, 2006
Three UBC graduate students have been named 2006 Trudeau Scholars, Canada's premier social sciences and humanities doctoral award....[continue]

University of Toronto announces two senior appointments
University of Toronto | May 1, 2006
The University of Toronto announced two senior appointments today that will help strengthen its position as Canadaís leading research university with a strong commitment to students....[continue]

Funding helps increase northern Canadian research
Wilfrid Laurier University | April 12, 2006
Laurier has been awarded $29,400 from the Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP). The funding will support 12 graduate and senior undergraduate student field projects in northern Canada for the 2006/7 year....[continue]

AFN National Chief Phil Fontaine Keynote
University College of Cape Breton | April 11, 2006
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Phil Fontaine Keynote as CBU Celebrates 20 Years of Miíkmaq Studies...[continue]

U of S Researchers to Co-Lead National Aboriginal Learning Knowledge Centre
University of Saskatchewan | April 5, 2006
The University of Saskatchewan's Aboriginal Education Research Centre (AERC) has been selected by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) to co-lead a new national network for gathering and sharing information on effective approaches to Aboriginal learning....[continue]

39th Annual Night of the Dino Awards Banquet
University of Calgary | April 5, 2006
The University of Calgary celebrated some of its finest at the 39th annual Night of the Dino awards banquet held April 4....[continue]

Habitat for Humanity Canada's VP Affiliate Services Delivers Talk on Non-Profit Sector at Trent University on January 27
Trent University | January 25, 2006
The Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) and the Trent University Alumni Association are co-sponsoring an evening with Maureen Crawford, Trent alumnus and current Vice President of Affiliate Services with Habitat for Humanity Canada, on Friday, January 27 at 7 p.m. in Room 117 at Gzowski College....[continue]

The added value of a Brock University Psychology degree
Brock University | January 11, 2006
Brock University is pleased to announce three new collaborative degree programs in Psychology to be offered in partnership with Canadian colleges, including Yukon College, in Whitehorse, Yukon....[continue]

UNBC Names New President
University of Northern British Columbia | December 1, 2005
An outstanding university administrator with roots in British Columbia and extensive experience in the North will be the University of Northern British Columbiaís next President....[continue]

Mentor of the Year award for Newfoundlandand Labrador pediatrician
Memorial University of Newfoundland | November 18, 2005
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada has selected Dr. Chuck Hobeika, FRCPC, as a Mentor of the Year for 2005 in recognition of his outstanding contributions to medical education, the high standards of care he has demonstrated to students, peers and patients, and his long history of fostering excellence in the pediatric training program at Memorial University....[continue]

Science Open House and Gem Show to be held at UW
University of Waterloo | October 21, 2005
Children and their parents can experience science and technology at the annual Science Open House at the University of Waterloo on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m....[continue]

BMO Bank of Montreal Donates Former Downtown Branch to UNBC
University of Northern British Columbia | October 21, 2005
BMO Bank of Montreal today announced the donation of its former Prince George branch building to the University of Northern British Columbia....[continue]

G8 Legacy assisting golden eagle research in K-Country
University of Calgary | October 7, 2005
U of C scientists join volunteer eagle-watchers to determine health of the golden eagle population...[continue]

Legion Addresses Veterans' Peacekeeping Trauma
University of Victoria | September 27, 2005
Canadian Forces veterans and service men and women suffering from the effects of post-traumatic stress and other mental health issues will soon have a new service to assist them....[continue]

Memorial University's Board of Regents concludes its meeting in Labrador
Memorial University of Newfoundland | September 9, 2005
Memorial University's Board of Regents met in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Sept. 7-8 to explore the theme Memorial University's Strategy for Labrador and Points North.....[continue]



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