The institution of the university in 2018 has a diversity of programming. It should come as no surprise, then, that university leaders in different disciplines will have vastly different opinions on the purpose of post-secondary education. Alumna Ayesha Barmania reached out to academic deans at Trent University to get their views.
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Coastal Shellfish in Prince Rupert, B.C., is raising sustainable scallops. The company grew out of Coastal First Nations Corporation, an alliance of several First Nations communities, including Gitga’at First Nation.
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Since its beginnings in the 1960s, French immersion has polarized many Canadians, and the debate lives on today. Read this […]
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The vast differences in size and cultural practices can prove to be a challenge for many Inuit who go to […]
From an average attendance rate of about 60 per cent, the principal of Aqsarniit Ilinniarvik Middle School led a push […]
Don Peters is the principal of the Aqsarniit Ilinniarvik Middle School in Iqaluit. In the past seven years that he’s […]
Originally published: http://www.trentarthur.ca/i-really-thought-it-was-going-to-burn-down-to-ashes/ Late in the evening on Saturday November 14, the Peterborough Masjid Al-Salaam was set on fire. The […]
The Peter Robinson Townhouses, located on George St near Parkhill, were sold in March of 2015 to a local property […]