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Chantal Kreviazuk

e-dition

Volume 24
Number 11
January 12, 2007









Chantal Kreviazuk Fundraising Concert:
Not to be Missed

University of Winnipeg Collegiate alumna and award winning singer/songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk (Class of ’90) will hit the stage next month in what promises to be an unforgettable concert. As part of her Talking to Ghosts tour, Kreviazuk will perform in Winnipeg with special guest Raine Maida and donate proceeds from the concert to launch the “Opportunity Fund” at UWinnipeg. It will support Aboriginal, New Canadian and other students under-represented at universities. Chantal Kreviazuk’s Winnipeg performance will take place: Monday, February 19, 2007 at 7:30 p.m. at the Centennial Concert Hall.

Read an indepth interview with Chantal and find out what The Collegiate meant to her >

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Horse Drawn CarriageFun in the Winter Sun:
UWinnipeg's 40th Anniversary Year Launched

The University of Winnipeg kicked off its 40th Anniversary with Fun in the Winter Sun on Friday, January 5, 2007. UWinnipeg faculty, staff, students, alumni, friends and neighbours participated in an array of exciting indoor and outdoor activities on campus to celebrate the start of UWinnipeg's 40th anniversary year.
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Homework ClubWii Chiiwaakanak’s Homework Club:
Helping Community Members Succeed at School

Chemistry and pre-calculus used to give Manuel Santana a huge headache until he stumbled onto The University of Winnipeg’s Homework Club.
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Randy KobesUWinnipeg to Benefit from Major Boost
for Research in Western Canada

Researchers from universities across Western Canada, including The University of Winnipeg, will benefit from a groundbreaking $88 million federal investment in national high performance computing (HPC) resources addressing some of the most complex and socially relevant research problems in the world today.
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John AnchanReaching Out Through Research:
John Anchan

Dr. John Anchan, Executive Director of The University of Winnipeg Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT) and an Associate Professor of Education, will speak on the New Canadian Children and Youth Study at the next Brown Bag Research Lecture.
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CalendarComing Events

Upcoming University of Winnipeg events are listed on The University of Winnipeg Coming Events calendar. To view the calendar, click here