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St. Boniface Hospital’s RBC Youth BIOlab Jeunesse

(May 6, 2016) St. Boniface Hospital’s RBC Youth BIOlab Jeunesse will receive $120,000 over 3 years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). The announcement was made as part of NSERC’s PromoScience program, which supports science outreach for youth in communities across Canada.  Youth BIOlab has held PromoScience funding since 2010. The 2016-2018 grant will support ... Read More »

College of the Rockies Welcomes New Creston Campus Manager

College of the Rockies is pleased to announce the appointment of Kim Garety as manager of the Creston campus. Garety, who will begin her duties in Creston on May 16, brings over 10 years of faculty experience and two years as Department Chair at North Island College to the position.  In addition to her post-secondary experience, Garety has an extensive ... Read More »

Sports and Education Media Release

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16th Annual Sports & Education Dinner Nets over $35,000 for Scholarships LAC LA BICHE, April 26, 2016 – With more than 250 people in attendance, Portage College’s 2016 Sports and Education Dinner was a huge success, raising over $35,000 for scholarships and awards. The evening featured former Edmonton Oiler, four-time Stanley Cup champion and three-time Norris Trophy winner, Paul Coffey, ... Read More »

Taylor appointed CCARM team leader

(April 5, 2016) Dr Grant Pierce, Executive Director of Research, St-Boniface Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Carla Taylor as Team Leader of the Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine (CCARM), for a 3 year term effective April 11, 2016. Dr Taylor replaces Dr Dan Brown, who has completed his term as Team Leader ... Read More »

eDNA technology successful in detecting Chinook salmon

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Whitehorse – Scientists have determined that eDNA technology is both accurate and effective in detecting presence of Chinook salmon in Yukon waterways. Technology Innovation of the Yukon Research Centre, and Hemmera, a local environmental consulting company have completed the first environmental DNA (eDNA) research of its kind to detect a species that is both culturally and economically significant to Yukoners. ... Read More »

Bow Valley College Delivers Presentation on Fentanyl Crisis in Calgary

Alberta Health Services Doctor will discuss opioids, risk of overdose, and harm reduction policies January 12, 2016 CALGARY — Dr. Nicholas Etches, Medical Officer of Health at Alberta Health Services, will deliver a presentation about the Fentanyl crisis in Calgary and available harm reduction strategies, at Bow Valley College on January 13, 2016. Calgary has seen a dramatic increase in overdoses, ... Read More »

4 Reasons Why Toronto Is The Best Place To Attend University

If you’re considering attending one of the many Universities of Toronto, you’re headed in the right direction. Toronto is truly one of the best cities in Canada in which to be a university student. Students here not only receive a fulfilling education, but find many things to do, see and experience during their four years. Here are four reasons why Toronto ... Read More »

Concordia University misses target for voluntary job cuts

Concordia University

Concordia University said it won’t be forcing employment cuts regardless of just getting 50% of the focused on willful staff flights it was looking to help the college trim expenses after its financial plan was cut by the commonplace government. In any case, the college will need to turn to not filling around 40 empty positions, not Updateing computers and ... Read More »

Trent University lands high score in annual rankings

Trent University

DURHAM — Trent University has plenty to be proud of after the early release of the annual Maclean’s magazine university rankings. The 2014 list sees Trent, which has a campus in Oshawa, named No. 1 in Ontario and No. 6 in Canada in the primarily undergraduate category. Trent University was also ranked tops in its category for scholarships and bursaries ... Read More »

Lakehead University has Ranked Second in Ontario, Third in Canada

Lakehead University in Orillia

Lakehead University has been positioned in the main three exploration colleges of the year in the undergrad class of Canada’s Top 50 Research Universities, released yearly by Re$earch Infosource. Re$earch Infosource positioned Lakehead second among Ontario’s undergrad colleges and third among Canada’s undergrad colleges. “Re$earch Infosource’s distinguishment of Lakehead reaffirms the upward pattern our college’s exploration tries have been encountering ... Read More »

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