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Thursday | Dalhousie News

Earth Week: A celebration of sustainability

Earth Day, celebrated each year on April 22, is the world's largest environmental event, with more than six million Canadians participating in activities in their communities.

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Related Topix: Life, Holidays, Earth Day, Canada

Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Opening doors on Halifax history

The Africville Museum will be one of the facilities open to the public during the Open Doors heritage tour event in June.

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Related Topix: Canada

Mon Apr 14, 2014

Amherst Daily News

Haugg receives prestigious legal honour

Morris Haugg was recognized as a Bertha Wilson Honour Society by Dalhousie University's Schulich School of Law Dean Kim Brooks during the Amherst Rotary Club's weekly meeting.

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Related Topix: Canada, Life, Food, Food Festival, North America, World News

The Globe and Mail

Why a Modi win in India will become a headache for Canada

Indian prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addresses supporters during a campaign rally at Balasore on Friday, April 11, 2014.

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Related Topix: India, World News, Canada

Thu Apr 10, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

ENTREVESTOR: CEO focuses on tech-savvy women

Even in the 21st century, female computer scientists are few in number, and women founders of tech startups are even scarcer, but Ozge Yeloglu doesn't find her position lonely.

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Related Topix: Science, Computer Science, Canada

Mon Apr 07, 2014

Nova News Now

Chris Hadfield talks space dreams, the environment at Dalhousie University

Dalhousie raised $93,566 for last year's Movember campaign, the most money per capita of any Canadian campus, and won a visit from Hadfield who had pledged to speak at the school that raised the most in Movember's Big Moustache on Campus Network Challenge.

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Related Topix: Canada, Science / Technology, Space

Sun Apr 06, 2014

Bangor Daily News

Quebec's "Charter of Values" is disguised bigotry

Tomorrow, April 7, Quebec will hold an election with four parties hoping to form the next majority in the National Assembly.

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Related Topix: Canada,

Fri Apr 04, 2014

Dalhousie News

SSHRC salutes student's stellar storytelling

Humanities and social sciences research is critical for innumerable reasons, but it's not always the simplest task to explain that research and the ways it impacts our lives.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Agriculture, Science

Thu Apr 03, 2014

CBC News

The Wooden Sky, Whitebrow among Amanda Putz's Ottawa concert picks

Amanda Putz is the host of Bandwidth, which airs every Saturday at 5 p.m. ET on CBC Radio One, 91.5 FM in Ottawa.

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Related Topix: Canada,

Wed Apr 02, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Feds penalized for 2011 spill in Halifax Harbour

The Defence Department has been fined $1 and ordered to donate $27,500 to environmental research efforts after accepting responsibility for a Halifax Harbour fuel spill three years go.

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Related Topix: Canada, North America, World News

Mon Mar 31, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Health accord fate protested

Demonstrators rally outside South Shore-St. Margarets MP Gerald Keddy's office in Bridgewater over the noon hour Monday.

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Related Topix: Canada,

The Chronicle-Journal

Politically secure oil, and other perversions

SUSTAINABILITY MATTERS By Jason MacLean In his 1946 essay Politics and the English Language, George Orwell observed that "in our time, political speech and writing are largely the defence of the indefensible."

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News,

Fri Mar 28, 2014

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Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Issues Top Honors for 2014

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada has named Peter Busby the 2014 recipient of the RAIC Gold Medal in honor of his lasting contribution to Canadian architecture.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News

Thu Mar 27, 2014

Dalhousie News

From space to the SUB: Chris Hadfield comes to campus

Canada's most famous starman is coming to Dal - and he'd really like to meet us.

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Related Topix: Science / Technology, Space, Canada

Wed Mar 26, 2014

The Winnipeg Free Press

U of M butts heads with national union

The Canadian Association of University Teachers has two investigations underway at the University of Manitoba: in the department of economics and the faculty of architecture.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, St. Mary's, AK,

Tue Mar 25, 2014

Dalhousie News

Learning to help make a difference back home

When Khalid Tearo had completed his undergraduate degree from King Saud University, and received a scholarship to study abroad, he started his university search by the numbers.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, Middle East, Saudi Arabia, North America

MacLeans

Something fishy in B.C.

Mike Pearson pulls up the DIY fish trap he's left overnight in a slough near Agassiz, B.C. He's hoping to catch Salish suckers, an endangered freshwater fish that looks like it's puckered up for a kiss.

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Related Topix: Canada, North America, World News,

Fri Mar 21, 2014

Business Wire

ADEAGies Foundation Announces 2014 William J. Gies Awards For Vision, Innovation and Achievement

The Gies Awards, named after dental education pioneer William J. Gies, Ph.D., debuted in 2008 and honor individuals and organizations exemplifying dedication to the highest standards of vision, innovation and achievement in global oral health and dental education, research and leadership.

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Related Topix: Boston University, Emory University, Dentistry, Medicine, Columbia University, Canada

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