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Students in a Dalhousie Dining Hall

Food prices expected to rise in Canada in 2017

Built on the expertise of authors and advisors from four different Dal faculties, Canada’s Food Price Report is led by Sylvain Charlebois, dean of the Faculty of Management. The popular annual report forecasts food prices for the upcoming year across different sectors and analyzes trends in Canada’s food industries.

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Student participating in 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

December 6 marks the anniversary of 14 female students who were killed in a hate crime against women at École Polytechnique in Montreal. This day serves as an opportunity for us to reflect and take action against gender-based violence. 

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Students learning computing skills

New: Certificate in Computing in Arts and Social Sciences

Designed for students in the arts, social sciences, and humanities, the new certificate program teaches students fundamentals of computing like web page creation, familiarity with software applications, and basic programming concepts.

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Tigers basketball student Ashley Cain leading a warm-up at St. Mary's Elementary School run club

Leaders on and off the court

In her spare time, student-athlete Ashley Cain coaches an elementary school run club—just one of the many ways she volunteers in our community. On Wednesday evening, Ashley joined former and future Dal student-athletes at the annual Women in Leadership Spotlight Dinner.

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Exam schedule
Flu Shot Clinics

The exam period begins Dec. 8 and ends Dec. 18. Find the date, time and location of your exams. Residences close at noon Dec. 19.

Season's Greetings
Cosy fireplace

Spread the festive spirit by sharing our holiday video with friends, family and colleagues.

Annual Carol Sing
Annual Carol Sing

Singing will begin at noon on Dec. 20 in the Sculpture Court of the Dalhousie Arts Centre on University Ave.

Night Owls
Night Owls

Study late at the Killam Library Nov. 13-Dec 15. The library will be open until 3 a.m. Sundays through Thursdays, and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.