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McMaster student goes on exchange to England
McMaster University | November 14, 2006
Last semester, I had the opportunity to expand my horizons in a way that I know will affect the rest of my life. I was lucky enough to go on a McMaster exchange to the University of Leeds in England....[continue]

Years of Service Awards honour long-serving employees
McMaster University | October 12, 2006
Alicia Ryznyk began working at McMaster soon after immigrating to Canada from Poland more than 40 years ago....[continue]

Same-sex marriage and parenting rights forums at York U
York University | October 11, 2006
Public forums on two vital national social policy issues – same-sex marriage and parental rights – will take place October 11 and 18 at York University....[continue]

Governor General’s Award winner joins Mount A
Mount Allison University | August 24, 2006
Mount Allison University is excited to welcome Canadian Studies scholar Dr. Christl Verduyn to campus....[continue]

Conference brings scholars from around the globe to Mount A, Aug. 18-20
Mount Allison University | August 17, 2006
Mount Allison University, in collaboration with the International Institute for Hermeneutics, is pleased to host an exciting three-day conference entitled Questioning the Absolute: New Readings of Traditional Arguments for God’s Existence....[continue]

Globalization through a cultural lens
McMaster University | August 8, 2006
On July 3, in Budapest, Hungary more than 400 international graduate students and junior faculty from 67 countries gathered at the Central European University (CEU) to open the 2006 Summer University (SUN) program. Of those students, 25 attended the CEU program specifically to study under Szeman, McMaster's former director the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition, and explore those very questions....[continue]

Stepping into Holocaust History: STU students study in Poland
St. Thomas University | July 28, 2006
The St. Thomas contingent was part of a group of roughly 300 students who participated in this year’s March of Remembrance and Hope. The march is an international program dedicated to promoting tolerance and respect through an understanding of the Holocaust....[continue]

Smoking to blame for more than half of differences in men's mortality risk across classes
University of Toronto | July 14, 2006
Quitting still the best response...[continue]

In memoriam: Professor Emeritus Peter Brock
University of Toronto | June 26, 2006
Brock was foremost scholar of pacifism...[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]

What’s coming into our ports?
Mount Allison University | June 16, 2006
What’s coming into our Canadian ports?...[continue]

Sudbury’s Church of the Resurrection establishes education legacy fund
Laurentian University of Sudbury | June 16, 2006
The Church of the Resurrection today announced details of a significant funding commitment to postsecondary education in Greater Sudbury....[continue]

Professor of Music places second in international composers' competition
Laurentian University of Sudbury | May 16, 2006
De brises en ressac (From Breeze to Undertow), a composition for orchestra by Dr. Robert Lemay, professor of Music at Laurentian University, has won the second prize at the Kazimierz Serocki 10 th International Composers' Competition 2006 , a prestigious orchestra contest in Poland organized by the Polish Society for Contemporary Music....[continue]

Plummer, Huston among McGill honorary degree recipients
McGill University | May 8, 2006
Seventeen highly accomplished individuals, including acclaimed actor Christopher Plummer, author Nancy Huston, diplomat James Bartleman and civil aviation pioneer Pierre Jeanniot, will receive honorary McGill University degrees during this year's spring convocation ceremonies, May 29-June 6....[continue]

Michal Hornstein
Concordia University | May 4, 2006
Michal Hornstein, CM, OQ was born in Krakow, Poland in 1920. Upon his arrival in Canada, he went into business and founded the Federal Construction Ltd, the real estate company, which he has lead since 1952....[continue]

Fringe religions helped propel rise of Nazis, says author
University of Calgary | May 3, 2006
The German Faith Movement, an amalgamation of new age ideas and distorted Christian concepts, played a pivotal role in paving the way for the rise of National Socialism, or Nazism, in Weimar Germany, according to a new book by a University of Calgary anthropologist....[continue]

Killing wolves may not protect livestock efficiently
University of Calgary | April 5, 2006
Lethal measures to control wolf attacks on cattle and sheep are ineffective in the long-term, new study finds...[continue]

York/Sheridan design student in Italy to represent Canada in glass design competition
York University | April 5, 2006
Nelson Cheng, a second-year student, is enjoying the ultimate martini cocktail experience....[continue]

Polish scholar to speak in Ottawa
University of Ottawa | March 17, 2006
The Department of History and the Embassy of Poland will present a public lecture entitled "Young Democracies and Their Problems with the National Past" by Adam Michnik....[continue]

Nominations for the Pat Poland Laurentian University Volunteer of the Year Award are open
Laurentian University of Sudbury | March 10, 2006
The public is invited to nominate an outstanding volunteer for the Pat Poland Laurentian University Volunteer of the Year Award....[continue]

Dalhousie Hosts 2nd Annual International Credit Risk Competition - Feb 10 -11, 2006
Dalhousie University | February 14, 2006
How companies expand their business and what role should the bank take in making this happen?...[continue]

Nipissing University offering tastes of the world
Nipissing University | February 2, 2006
Tasty treats from around the world will be on offer at Nipissing University Saturday, February 4, as the university hosts its second annual international food festival....[continue]

Beginning this term, students at Dalhousie are being charged $58 a term as a blanket fee
University of Lethbridge | January 23, 2006
The University community offers its most sincere condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the late Grazyna Gorny....[continue]

York breaks down barriers for internationally educated nurses
York University | January 3, 2006
Nurses arriving in Canada as immigrants would normally have to go about the lengthy, costly and frustrating experience of starting their education from scratch – but a unique program at York University has recently opened its doors to bridge this gap....[continue]

Gilles Vigneault Biography
Concordia University | November 14, 2005
Poet and chansonnier, Gilles Vigneault occupies a special place among Quebec’s musical stars....[continue]

Marek Wartak named Laurier’s University Research Professor for 2005–2006
Wilfrid Laurier University | November 9, 2005
Dr. Marek Wartak, a physics and computer science professor, has been named Laurier’s University Research Professor for 2005–2006....[continue]

University of Ottawa Media Calendar: November 8 to 13 2005
University of Ottawa | November 8, 2005
Here is a summary of the activities taking place at the University of Ottawa this week....[continue]

A Remembrance Day Concert
University of Ottawa | October 31, 2005
The Department of Music of the University of Ottawa is pleased to present the second concert in its 2005-2006 Orchestra Series....[continue]

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

BU students to stage Canada's Largest Twister Game
Brandon University | September 1, 2005
The Brandon University Students Union and BU Enrolment Services are offering new BU students a chance to be part of Canada's Largest Twister Gam....[continue]

Pilgrimage theme of multi-faith panel discussion
University of Toronto | February 10, 2005
Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Christian and Native speakers take part...[continue]

Conference explores racism and the Holocaust
York University | February 9, 2005
In a world where racial intolerance can lead to suicide bombs, burning embassies, and even genocide, York University is working to fight racism at its roots – by training future teachers to promote tolerance among the next generation....[continue]

Yes, it's rocket science: Professor explores surgery in space
University of Toronto | February 6, 2005
If scientists can put a man on the moon, or send him into space for a few years at time, can they enable astronauts to perform complex surgical procedures there, too?...[continue]



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