Perspectives on Canadian Studies III

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Hello everyone. Here is the powerpoint for the class on Friday 26 June 2015. It was a pleasure meeting you all. Very best wishes, Kathleen. JGU Perspectives on Canadian Studies III  

Perspectives on Canadian Studies I and II

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Here there FTSK students. Here are the power points for Friday 19 June and Saturday 20 June: Perspectives in Canadian Studies I Perspectives On Canadian Studies II And here is the story for Friday; enjoy! Emma Lee Warrior, Compatriots

Science double degrees in the making!

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I am so happy to say that we have made fantastic progress in developing two double degrees with the Universidad Autonoma Barcelona. This is one of our Dean of Science’s many brain children! Dr. Tom Dickinson is putting together a … Continued

TRU at Universidad Autonoma Barcelona

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We are so happy to be visiting our Spanish partner, Universidad Autonoma Barcelona.  Along with myself and our Provost, we have Nursing, Science, Arts, Education, and Business/Economics. Lots of good partnership action happening!

Heathrow, the Labyrinth, and David Bowie

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Do you remember that 1986 Jim Henson movie Labyrinth? It starred David Bowie, sporting some very eighties hair. That got me thinking about all the incarnations of Bowie’s look(s). And as I was navigating the labyrinthine tunnels between Heathrow’s terminals, … Continued

Airport life, or Barcelona bound

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I love airports. They mean I am all agenda-ed up and on my way for a nice long working road trip. I don’t know anyone; no one knows me, except the nice people from Air Canada or, in Europe, Lufthansa. … Continued

Totem

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This morning was beautiful; lilacs getting ripe, so a bit of spice, maybe just a little bite, in the air. Deaf terrier is trotting happily in front of me. The day stretches out, and it’s Saturday–my favourite day. A friend … Continued

The deck

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  It is a temperate Tuesday morning; I am hurrying to a meeting downtown. It’s been a busy time, what with moving house and preparing for a long work road trip. I am in results-mode–I absolutely need to get a … Continued

A sidewalk twister

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  I pass a girl in an alley today. She is probably a couple of years younger than my second son, so maybe 18. Her brow is furrowed. She is no sidewalk Barbee. This young woman is taking really determined … Continued

Friday night on the deck

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I am walking home from the farmers’ market; it is a lovely lazy Saturday—might have been around noon. The air smells of lilacs, and the light is all blossoms and shine. My deaf old terrier is trotting happily in front … Continued

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