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Top Canadian authors coming to Niagara for Two Days of Canada conference

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Top Canadian authors coming to Niagara for Two Days of Canada conference

Brock University press release – Award-winning authors from across Canada will be in downtown St. Catharines this week for the annual Two Days of Canada conference and the new Festival of Readers. Two Days of Canada is an annual conference hosted by Brock University’s Centre for Canadian Studies. The conference turns 30 this year, making […]

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New indie film festival points the camera at Indigenous, Aboriginal themes

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New indie film festival points the camera at Indigenous, Aboriginal themes

Brock University press release – Independent filmmakers are being alerted to a new festival this fall that puts a spotlight on movies and videos that raise awareness of Aboriginal issues in Canada and around the world. The inaugural Nakoa Film Festival, a joint venture of the Weengushk Film Institute (WFI) and Brock University, will take […]

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Manager of Parks Canada Underwater Archaeology team to speak at Brock University

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Manager of Parks Canada Underwater Archaeology team to speak at Brock University

Brock University press release – For more than 165 years, the final resting places of the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror remained Canada’s greatest nautical mystery. The Franklin expedition ships were abandoned in the ice of Canada’s Arctic in 1848, but it wasn’t until 2014 that the first of the two ships were finally located. […]

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Brock Education conference about infusing the arts across curriculum

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Brock Education conference about infusing the arts across curriculum

It’s a way to keep art inspiring the imaginations of Canadian youths Brock University press release – Entering its seventh year, the Arts Matter: Integrating the Arts Across the Curriculum event at Brock University remains the only conference of its kind in Canada. This year’s conference will be held Wednesday, Oct. 5 from 8 a.m. […]

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Dalhousie’s longtime leader named Brock’s interim president

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Dalhousie’s longtime leader named Brock’s interim president

Brock University press release – One of Canada’s most experienced higher education leaders has been named as Interim President and Vice-Chancellor at Brock University. Tom Traves served for 18 years as President of Dalhousie University, stepping down in 2013 after helping grow the institution’s stature as Atlantic Canada’s flagship research and medical university. On Thursday […]

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Three-year contract extension for Brock men’s basketball coach Charles Kissi

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Three-year contract extension for Brock men’s basketball coach Charles Kissi

Brock University press release – Looking to build off the momentum created on the hardcourt over the past few seasons, Brock Sports has extended the contract of men’s basketball head coach Charles Kissi. Brock Sports Director Neil Lumsden made the announcement Thursday that Kissi has accepted a new three-year term. His role will be expanded […]

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