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Peter Lougheed Leadership College open for applications
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Peter Lougheed Leadership College open for applications
(Edmonton) The Peter Lougheed Leadership College is now accepting applications for its pioneer class next fall.Second-year students from across the University of Alberta campus will be selected for the new program in leadership studies, which will immerse third- and fourth-year students in the mo...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Pedestrian suffers life threatening injuries after being struck by snow removal vehicle
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The Edmonton Police Service is investigating a collision between a female pedestrian and a snow removal vehicle that occurred earlier this evening (Jan. 28, 2015) in northwest Edmonton.Northwest Division patrol officers responded to the report of a collision at 134 Avenue and 113A Street at appro...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Record year for business licences in City of Leduc
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Business licences in the City of Leduc reached a total of 2,076 in 2014 and broke a new record for the city. “I am not surprised with the numbers,” said Mayor Greg Krischke. “We are a fast growing, vibrant city that provides the right environment to attract new business to our commu...
Published at City of Leduc
RUSH DEFENDER, RYAN DILKS NO LONGER IN THE SHADOWS
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Ryan Dilks may not find it so easy to lurk in the shadows any longer. He’s been a trusted member of the Edmonton Rush’s standout defensive unit for three seasons but so far in the 2015 NLL campaign he’s really stepped to the forefront and that’s not an easy task consi...
Published at Edmonton Rush
Long-necked 'dragon' discovered in China
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Long-necked 'dragon' discovered in China
skeleton is now housed in a local museum in Qijiang. “China is home to the ancient myths of dragons,” says Miyashita. “I wonder if the ancient Chinese stumbled upon a skeleton of a long-necked dinosaur like and pictured that mythical creature.”
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Going the extra mile for mathematics education
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Going the extra mile for mathematics education
(From left) Calvin Swai, Ratera Mayar and Emmanuel Deogratias are earning their PhDs at UAlberta as part of an innovative project to improve mathematics education for students and teachers in Tanzania. (Edmonton) There are 14,052 kilometres between the University of Albe...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
International teachers become keen students
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International teachers become keen students
Raminder Pal Bajwa, a graduate of the Internationally Educated Teachers Bridging Program, has 14 years' experience as a high-school biology teacher and college lecturer in India. She has been a permanent resident of Alberta for three years and currently works as a medical lab assistant. ...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Two PCL Construction Projects Named Among ENR’s Best of the Best
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Two PCL Construction Projects Named Among ENR’s Best of the Best
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Published at PCL Companies
Streaking Griffins ready for Clippers
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Riding the longest winning streak this season in the ACAC at 11 games, and the longest win streak in Griffins history, the MacEwan University men’s hockey team will look to continue their winning ways this weekend when they host the Briercrest Clippers. Sitting in a tie for second with NAIT, and ...
Published at Grant MacEwan University
Griffins set for royal clash
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After a less than stellar outing Friday in a 5-1 loss to first place NAIT, the MacEwan University women’s hockey team came up just short in a bounce back effort Saturday losing 2-1 in overtime. The Griffins will look to build off their performance and gain momentum as they continue their push to ...
Published at Grant MacEwan University
Bears and Pandas fight for playoff positioning against Bobcats
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Bears and Pandas fight for playoff positioning against Bobcats
Mamadou Gueye The University of Alberta Pandas and Golden Bears basketball teams enter this weekend both in tightly contested Canada West playoff races. They will both look to improve their post-season scenarios with a two-game set against the Brandon Bobcats at the Savil...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Pandas still battling for top spot; Huskies want to join the fight
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Pandas still battling for top spot; Huskies want to join the fight
Lindsey Post The No.4 ranked University of Alberta Pandas end January as it started, continuing to fight for top spot in the Canada West standings with three other teams and they’ll be in tough, as they host the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, who are eager to join th...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Wallpaper Wednesday
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