Feb. 9, 2016 @ 6:30-8 pm. Room 105 Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University. The Environmental Law Students' Society brings you: “Race Place & the Law - A Socio-Legal Analysis of Environmental Racism in Nova Scotia” Please join us for a panel discussion exploring the racial, social, and economic dimensions of environmental racism and the role of environmental law/environmental rights in achieving justice.
Abstract Deadline: Fri. March 18, 2016. Event Date: Tues. May 17, 2016. Dalhousie University. All graduate students currently enrolled in a Master's or PhD program in the faculties of Medicine, Dentistry or Health Professions are invited to present their research through either a poster or platform presentation.
May 13-15, 2016. Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre. Just Relationships - Sustainable Partnerships. PEGASUS is a thought stimulating conference, convening leaders, change-makers, and participants from multiple disciplines to engage in discourse about actions and policies to improve unacceptable levels of poor health.
Fri. March 4, 2016 @ 8am - 5pm. Native Friendship Centre 2158 Gottingen Street, Halifax. The Conference will focus on pain and addiction in four key areas: Immigrants & Refugees, African Nova Scotians, Aboriginal & First Nations & Those at risk or who are homeless.
Wed. Feb 10, 2016. McInnes Room, Dalhousie SUB. The 10th annual student-run Information Without Borders Conference (IWB) will be held at Dalhousie. The topic for the 2016 conference is Managing Health Information: Technologies and Strategies for the 21st Century.
Abstract Deadline: Feb 15, 2016. Conference Dates: May 13-15, 2016. Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre. Just Relationships - Sustainable Partnerships will feature cutting edge themes, interactive skill building workshops, symposia and posters!
Wed. Feb. 3, 2016. @ 6:30-8:30 pm. Halifax Central Library. The people who owned the North-West Territories:” Respect, nationhood, and the western origins of the Métis people. Have you ever wondered who the Métis people are? Did the Crown sign treaties with the Métis? What is the difference between the Métis as a people, and métis as a term denoting mixed-racedness?