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York University professor wins Canada’s highest honour for chemistry research
York University | November 15, 2006
York University professor Diethard K. Bohme has won Canada’s most prestigious chemistry prize for his ground-breaking work in ion chemistry and mass spectrometry....[continue]

Oscar Peterson's name to grace UTM's newest residence
University of Toronto | November 13, 2006
Something about U of T at Mississauga strikes a chord with internationally acclaimed jazz pianist Oscar Peterson — so much so that the university’s newest residence will now be known as Oscar Peterson Hall....[continue]

Students launch exciting new careers through ABE
Malaspina University College | November 8, 2006
Malaspina University-College’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) program is helping Mike Bates and Laura Painter launch exciting new careers....[continue]

Canada as a bio-energy superpower: towards a sustainable bio-economy
Dalhousie University | November 7, 2006
Energy at Dalhousie Lecture Series: Dalhousie's continuing series of lectures on relevant energy issues sponsored by:[continue]

Investment in a DeGroote MBA offers high return
McMaster University | November 7, 2006
Canadian Business MBA Guide ranks DeGroote in top three...[continue]

Nipissing excels in University Report Card
Nipissing University | November 6, 2006
Nipissing University has placed at the top of the charts again this year in the Globe and Mail’s fifth annual University Report Card, published today....[continue]

Brock researcher awarded 2006 Polanyi Prize for Literature
Brock University | October 27, 2006
James Allard, Assistant Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at Brock University, has been awarded the 2006 John Charles Polanyi Prize for Literature....[continue]

Mineral discovery explains Mars’ landscape
Queen's University | October 20, 2006
A Queen’s University researcher has discovered a mineral that could explain the mountainous landscape of Mars, and have implications for NASA’s next mission to the planet....[continue]

McGill expert alert: Clean Air Act/ Environment
McGill University | October 19, 2006
The Harper government will soon table its Clean Air Act in Parliament....[continue]

Fall celebrations kick off in St. John’s and Corner Brook - I love MUNdays and I fell for Grenfell
Memorial University of Newfoundland | October 18, 2006
Memorial University is again celebrating its accomplishments and the spirit and atmosphere of creativity and ingenuity....[continue]

ITC wins national award for greenhouse gas control research
University of Regina | October 13, 2006
The University of Regina’s International Test Centre for Carbon Dioxide Capture (ITC) has earned a prestigious national award for ongoing research that is helping make Canada a world leader in greenhouse gas reduction technology....[continue]

Brandon University Women’s Collective to host "No Means No" Sharing Circle and Events
Brandon University | October 12, 2006
Beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, October 13th, the Brandon University Women’s Collective will host a Sharing Circle and other events in the Mingling Area of the Knowles-Douglas Student Union Building at Brandon University as a part of the "No Means No" campaign against violence against women, date rape, and date rape drugs....[continue]

We are ready to honour those who make Nova Scotia’s workplaces healthy and safe
St. Mary's University | October 5, 2006
The CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety at Saint Mary’s University in partnership with the Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia (APNS) recognizes the pressures being applied to workers and organizations within Nova Scotia and believe it is important to reward those organizations in Nova Scotia who make an effort to improve the health and safety of their employees....[continue]

CBU’s ‘Community and Culture’ Celebration Now On
University College of Cape Breton | October 4, 2006
This fall, Cape Breton University is hosting a series of events to celebrate culture and community....[continue]

Universities’ Fair in Toronto sees increased interest in Laurier
Wilfrid Laurier University | October 3, 2006
The 2007 student recruitment season got off to a fine start last weekend, with faculty and staff at the Ontario Universities’ Fair in Toronto handing out about 28,000 viewbooks – 10 percent more than the year before....[continue]

York introduces its new Student Code of Conduct
York University | September 18, 2006
Following an extensive consultation with students, faculty and staff, York University has released its new Student Code of Conduct that aims to provide a fair, transparent, and easily understood system to deal with inappropriate student behaviour....[continue]

Conservatory Senior and Intermediate Band auditions
University of Regina | September 13, 2006
Auditions are now underway for a new band program at the Conservatory of Performing Arts at the University of Regina....[continue]

Lakehead Celebrates: Laughter, Music, and Good Times
Lakehead University | September 12, 2006
Famous comedic actor and playwright, local musicians featured at second annual event...[continue]

UNBC Expands Offerings in Continuing Studies
University of Northern British Columbia | September 11, 2006
A growing demand for courses that appeal to a wide range of professional and personal interests is leading to a record number of courses offered through the UNBC Continuing Studies department. The courses do not count towards a university degree, but provide opportunities to gain work-related and personal skills....[continue]

UW offers science and geography degrees combined with aviation
University of Waterloo | September 6, 2006
Aviation enthusiasts will be able to learn to fly while earning a university degree through two new programs offered by the University of Waterloo....[continue]

Ontario voters gain opportunity to review electoral process
University of Waterloo | September 5, 2006
Voters in Ontario will have an opportunity to contribute to an innovative process aimed at reforming their electoral system, says a University of Waterloo political scientist....[continue]

ElderCollege classes kick off the fall season
Malaspina University College | August 30, 2006
You’re never too old to do new tricks or learn them, as many Nanaimo seniors have discovered....[continue]

Rhododendron Society adds beauty to Malaspina University-College, Cowichan Campus
Malaspina University College | August 25, 2006
Malaspina University-College’s Cowichan campus is guaranteed a beautiful entrance for years, thanks to a donation from the Cowichan Valley Rhododendron Society....[continue]

Methane Hydrates Not Cause of Past Global Warming
University of Victoria | August 24, 2006
By studying gas bubbles frozen in ancient Greenland ice, University of Victoria researchers have dispelled a popular theory that marine gas hydrates caused a significant release of methane gas into the earth’s atmosphere, triggering in a period of global warming at the end of the last ice age....[continue]

FLCs offer first-year students sense of community
University of Toronto | August 24, 2006
Eases transition for those living off-campus...[continue]

Acadia to Host FIRST LEGO League and High School Robot Competitions
Acadia University | August 14, 2006
C: 902.670.8966...[continue]

Diethard Bohme wins prestigious prize
York University | July 31, 2006
York's Canada Research Chair in Chemical Mass Spectrometry, Diethard Bohme, has received the Gerhard Herzberg Award this year for outstanding achievement in the science of spectroscopy....[continue]

EUREKA! Arctic research laboratory opens U of T professor leads opening of Canada’s 'PEARL near the pole'
University of Toronto | July 25, 2006
A team of scientists, government officials and researchers from eight Canadian universities led by Professor Jim Drummond of the University of Toronto and Dalhousie University, landed yesterday to officially open the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL)....[continue]

AGYU wins prestigious awards
York University | July 25, 2006
Innovative activities developed and curated by the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) have been recognized by the Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG) with four prestigious awards....[continue]

Dalhousie’s new Canada Research Chairs seek to understand our changing planet
Dalhousie University | July 19, 2006
From the heights of the atmosphere to the depths of the earth, the two new Canada Research Chairs announced today at Dalhousie will help Canadians learn more about our rapidly changing planet. The chairs were announced today with a funding commitment from the chairs program of $1.9 million....[continue]

Western Engineers Join Environment Canada Tornado Investigations
University of Western Ontario | July 10, 2006
A team of engineers from The University of Western Ontario is joining forces with Environment Canada....[continue]

It's good to be green
McMaster University | July 6, 2006
McMaster showed its colour again this year - green. Members of our campus community demonstrated their respect for the environment, when 930 participants signed up to take part in clean air commuting during National Environment Week (June 4 - 10)....[continue]

Nipissing gets top marks from graduates in Maclean’s survey
Nipissing University | June 30, 2006
Nipissing University received excellent marks in the Maclean’s Graduate Survey, released Monday, with first place finishes in a number of key categories....[continue]

Nipissing gets top marks from graduates in Maclean’s survey
Nipissing University | June 23, 2006
Nipissing University received excellent marks in the Maclean’s Graduate Survey, released Monday, with first place finishes in a number of key categories....[continue]

Dr. Randall Martin Receives 2006 Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award
Dalhousie University | June 20, 2006
Dr. Randall Martin, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science received a Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award for his project, "Nitrogen Delivery to the Surface Ocean"....[continue]

World Cup mania alive and well at U of T
University of Toronto | June 16, 2006
Venues with big screens bring out the fans...[continue]

And the wind cried Sobey
St. Mary's University | June 14, 2006
The province of Prince Edward Island (PEI) is turning to Saint Mary's for help in developing a unique wind/hydrogen village....[continue]

University of Alberta continues to lead country in 3M teaching awards
University of Alberta | June 12, 2006
A University of Alberta philosopher and a mathematician have been awarded the prestigious 3M Canada Teaching Fellowship, bringing U of A's total of 3M Fellowships to 26, more than any other university in the country....[continue]

Activities, academics, and real life
Mount Allison University | May 29, 2006
J. Roger Cheng, a recent Mount Allison University graduate, knows what it’s like to jump into something new headfirst....[continue]

Spring Convocation -- Distinguished Teaching Award
University of Lethbridge | May 26, 2006
Dr. Craig Loewen’s passion for teaching is well known in the University of Lethbridge Faculty of Education and beyond, inspiring U of L students and teachers in Alberta and around the world....[continue]



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