The First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) has unveiled its new recruitment brand with the launch of its revamped website, www.fnuniv.ca, and a new program catalogue. The campaign draws upon and promotes the University's strengths and attributes as a truly unique Indigenous post-secondary institution, where education is combined with First Nations culture, history and values, including inclusivity, respect and spirituality. FNUniv has been a leader in Indigenous education for nearly 40 years.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction - Alberta Region announces the 16 finalists for the 2015 Alberta Steel Design Awards of Excellence to be presented April 16.
Serving women in York Region for over 37 years, Women's Centre of York Region (WCYR), has been a driving force in helping women in need.
WCYR has been the best kept secret in York Region until last night. The launch of a re-branding of a new logo and new brand (key) messages that will assist in the recognition within all of York Region as a place for women to come that are struggling with many life issues.
This reintroduction to the community took place at The Keg Newmarket last night (Tues, March 3rd, 2015)
Nicole Kidman as Princess Grace (formerly Grace of Monaco) remains unseen in USA while Canadians can already own it on DVD as of March 3rd, 2015.
Mayor Bryan Paterson is calling for nominations for the 2015 Mayor's Awards for Youth Volunteerism and First Capital Distinguished Citizen/Honourable Achievement Awards.
The University of Northern British Columbia will receive more than $$392,000in funding over three years to support student travel through the Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Program.
Back by popular demand for a fifth season, Campbell River's wood stove exchange program will help residents replace older wood stoves with wood, pellet or gas heating appliances certified to national standards.