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University of Alberta

Fossils of younger tyrannosaurs or eggs have never been found — until now.
He's trying to raise money to donate to the faculty.
The "Beefier Barley" ad suggested that climate change would benefit Alberta's beef industry.
Kerry Diotte continues to face criticism for a 2017 tweet praising Faith Goldy.
The university has swiped U of A's information for its own.
The university argues that a loud, unruly, physically disruptive mob should be entitled to shut down campus events, as long as the mob is non-violent.
You probably don't want to know.
Censorship always stems from the same impulse: the authorities are firmly convinced they have the absolute truth, and are therefore entitled to suppress what they deem to be false. A recent display of this censorship impulse occurred at the University of Alberta Law Faculty.
He told the women, "This is for you."
Six Canadian schools are in the top 100 worldwide.
"Hypocrisy is the homage vice pays to virtue," goes the old saying. At Canadian public universities, hypocrisy threatens to destroy one of higher education's most cherished and long-standing virtues: the free exchange of ideas.
"I mean, people don't realize, but the name 'Sikh' actually means 'to learn.'"
Discrimination still exists and the racist posters that surfaced across the University of Alberta campus this week were a reminder of that fact. The posters featured a picture of a Sikh man and disparaging captions targeting Sikh values. As a turban-wearing Sikh, the hatred and ignorance that motivates such material is very close to home for me and the broader Sikh community.
The connected vehicles will be able to warn drivers of pedestrians.
And people say it tastes just like the real thing.
Schools may be forced to reduce support for programs already at capacity.
Calgary eliminated fluoride from its water in 2011.
With a quality education system and reputation as a safe and multi-cultural country, Canada is rated at the top of the list of places for international students to study. Canada is indeed a very open and welcoming community for international students of all nationalities; however, some cities offer a more seamless transition than others.