Saint Mary's University students are working on a Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy
Invited by Employment and Social Development Canada Saint Mary’s Master of Science in Computing and Data Analytics (CDA) students and the program manager participated in a National Poverty Conference in Ottawa.
Moving Nova Scotian and Atlantic Canadian Agriculture Forward
Together with the Government of the Netherlands and a group of Dutch agri-food companies, Greenhouse industries and organizations, Dalhousie University's Ag Campus in Truro held the AIM to Grow conference on September 28, 2017.
Research Cluster is Budding in Fredericton
St. Thomas University and the University of New Brunswick are leading the way with the formation of a research cluster to provide support to the New Brunswick government's plan to develop the cannabis industry as part of the provinces economic growth.
Dr. Beth Mason named a winner of Canada’s 2018 Clean50 Awards.
Interim CEO of Cape Breton University's Verschuren Centre was named one of the 50 winners for her green research.
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