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Introducing the 2020-2021 University of Regina Alumni Association Board – University of Regina

September 18, 2020 Some new faces will join some familiar faces in representing the worldwide family of more than 76,000 University of Regina alumni for the next year. On September…

COVID-19 school screening – Ontario

You must screen for COVID-19 every day before going to school. Answer the following questions to help you decide if you should or should not go to school today. You…

Proposals welcome: Vice-Presidents Council funds accepting applications – Memorial University

Applications are now being accepted for two separate funding opportunities. The deadline for the Vice-Presidents Council Cross-campus Initiatives Fund and Conference Fund is Oct. 15. Normally a call for proposals…

Phyllis Webstad, whose story inspired Orange Shirt Day, to speak at UFV event – UFV

UFV will be commemorating Orange Shirt Day a little early this year, and presenting a special guest to provide insight and education about the generational impacts of the Indian Residential…

Province invests in mass timber project for new student housing at BCIT

Students attending the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in the coming years will have access to hundreds of new, affordable, and environmentally friendly on-campus housing beds. “Students throughout the…

Short Report about Covid-19 impacts on UArctic Thematic Networks and Institutes published – UArctic

Sep 18, 2020 The UArctic Thematic Networks and Research Liaison Office conducted an open survey aimed at collecting data and information about the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on UArctic…

U of R’s R. Nicholas Carleton honoured as Canadian Academy of Health Sciences 2020 Fellow –

September 18, 2020 Dr. R. Nicholas Carleton has made it his life’s work to understand human response to trauma and the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as he helps,…

First Nation members have Charter free speech rights on reserves, says B.C. civil liberties group – National Post

‘The issue of free speech on reserve is critical. Away from media attention, political repression is a frequent occurrence on many reserves’ EDMONTON — Free speech rights protected by the…

Police currently investigating $180,000 vandalism at Foote Field – The Gateway

The suspect has not been identified Multiple slashes to the dome at Foote Field as an act of vandalism may be costing the university thousands to fix. According to an…

Indigenous leader feels NHL could do better job of acknowledging racism – CBC

League executive says Indigenous group will be included in counter-racism initiatives Sep 18, 2020 It’s laudable for the NHL and the NHL Players’ Association to protest acts of violence against…

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