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Science Seminar Series presents BU Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies Chair Mr. John Lindsay
Brandon University | March 2, 2006
On Tuesday, March 7th at 12:40 p.m., the Brandon University Science Seminar series will present a talk by Mr. John Lindsay (Department of Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies, Brandon University) titled Understanding Vulnerability. Mr. Lindsay’s talk will take place in room 3-42 of the Brodie Sciences Building, is free of charge, and all are welcome!...[continue]

Mainstage Dance ‘06: Annual showcase of new dance creations returns
University of Calgary | February 14, 2006
The University of Calgary Program of Dance presents its annual tradition of new choreographic creations from Thursday, March 16 through Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 8 pm in the University Theatre....[continue]

Trent University to Host Acclaimed Canadian Author from February 7-17
Trent University | February 3, 2006
Joseph Boyden to Visit Trent and Deliver Public Lecture Series...[continue]

Laurier students travel to Biloxi, Mississippi to assist in cleanup and rebuilding
Wilfrid Laurier University | January 27, 2006
Half a dozen Laurier students deliberately missed the first week of classes in January, but they did so for a good cause: they travelled to Biloxi, Mississippi, to assist in cleaning up and rebuilding the city of 50,000, which was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina last August....[continue]

Top grief expert offers free counselling workshop to the local public
Trinity Western University | January 26, 2006
How do we recover from such magnificent tragedy like the loss experienced by the survivors of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, the tsunami in Indonesia or the war in Iraq?...[continue]

Developmental Activist, Author to Give First Winegard Lecture
University of Guelph | January 13, 2006
A new annual lecture focused on international development has been created through an endowment provided by former University of Guelph president Bill Winegard and his family....[continue]

Environmental Engineering Gets Top Marks
University of Guelph | December 22, 2005
The University of Guelph’s environmental engineering program is a leader in North America, according to an Australian survey....[continue]

Bringing Relief to Hurricane Victims
Trinity Western University | December 19, 2005
In the aftermath of one of the most destructive disasters of winds, floods, and chaos to hit the USA, I kept wondering what my reaction should be. Hurricane Katrina's strike on the Gulf Coast was yet another catastrophic event followed by yet another massive plea for money and resources....[continue]

President's Award for Excellence Essay Competition
Laurentian University of Sudbury | December 7, 2005
Once again, Laurentian University is offering its students the opportunity to demonstrate their strengths as writers by participating in the President's Award for Excellence Essay Competition....[continue]

New Orleans pianist will perform in hurricane benefit concert
Wilfrid Laurier University | December 5, 2005
A Soviet-born pianist and composer who lost her home to Hurricane Katrina will perform in a benefit concert and teach a masterclass at Wilfrid Laurier University....[continue]

York researcher releases book on cultural history of cocktails
York University | November 16, 2005
Just in time for holiday tippling, York University researcher and Humanities lecturer Christine Sismondo has published a book with a unique twist on North American social history....[continue]

Outstanding faculty and staff recognized at Memorial
Memorial University of Newfoundland | November 15, 2005
Memorial University honoured the efforts of its best educators, researchers and staff members at a special ceremony today at the Fluvarium in St. John’s....[continue]

New Orleans says thank you to U of T for Katrina relief
University of Toronto | October 25, 2005
Tim Laughlin Quartet performs in recognition of U of T aid efforts...[continue]

New Orleans scholar to discuss aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
University of Toronto | September 30, 2005
Professor Lawrence Powell, a leading authority on the history of the southern United States, will give a free public lecture entitled New Orleans: An American Pompeii? at U of T's Munk Centre for International Studies Thursday, Oct. 6 from4 p.m. to 6 p.m....[continue]

Eye of the Storm
University of Toronto | September 21, 2005
Students find safe harbour at U of T...[continue]

McGill researcher pioneers the study of primate disease ecology
McGill University | September 20, 2005
What do Lyme disease, SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and HIV have in common? They are all zoonotic diseases — a scientific term for diseases of animals that can be transmitted to humans....[continue]

Noted death penalty opponent to give major public lecture
Queen's University | September 16, 2005
Sister Helen Prejean, noted death penalty opponent and author of the best-selling Dead Man Walking, will give this year’s prestigious Dunning Trust Lecture at Queen’s University....[continue]

Student and professor displaced by Hurricane Katrina find home at U of C
University of Calgary | September 15, 2005
Graduate student Zdanna King and her faculty adviser, Katherine Jack, recently found a home at the University of Calgary after fleeing New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]

Queen's responds to Hurricane Katrina disaster
Queen's University | September 12, 2005
The faculty, staff and students of Queen's University have been moved by recent events in New Orleans and on the Gulf Coast, and join with their peers and colleagues at other institutions across the continent in wishing to be of help to victims of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]

Hurricane Katrina: Cape Breton University Looking
University College of Cape Breton | September 9, 2005
While Cape Breton University will welcome and assist any displaced students who may wish to study in Cape Breton, the institution’s primary focus will centre on offering academic capabilities and partnerships as the US Gulf States look ahead to rebuilding....[continue]

McGill experts offer insight on Katrina aftermath
McGill University | September 7, 2005
Professors available for comment on the implications of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]

Be involved: do what you can to help Katrina's victims
Brandon University | September 7, 2005
A crisis such as the one being faced by the people of New Orleans and Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Katrina reminds us of how important it is that we be prepared to help our neighbours in times of adversity....[continue]

Saint Mary's University Willing to Help
St. Mary's University | September 6, 2005
Dr. J. Colin Dodds, President of Saint Mary’s University, says that the University will play whatever role it can in helping students who have been displaced by Hurricane Katrina....[continue]

McGill to admit Tulane University students affected by Hurricane Katrina
McGill University | September 2, 2005
McGill University is joining other members of the American Association of Universities (AAU) in relief efforts to accommodate students from Tulane University in New Orleans who have been affected by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]

New Orleans pianist to perform in rescheduled hurricane concert
Wilfrid Laurier University | February 3, 2005
Wilfrid Laurier University has rescheduled a cancelled benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]



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