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Let your Pride flag fly

Dalhousie ushered in its third-annual Pride Week festivities in Halifax Thursday with a flag-raising ceremony celebrating the contributions of diverse and intersecting individuals and groups within the university community.  Read more.

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Melanie Jollymore
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Communities across the northern region of Nova Scotia will have access to more family physicians-in-training in just over a year, when Dalhousie Medical School’s newest family medicine teaching site opens on July 1, 2019.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, June 29, 2018
Dalhousie’s Board of Governors approves formal wording for a university Indigenous acknowledgement statement, with the intent for it to be used at ceremonies and events across campus.
Ryan McNutt with Stephanie Rogers
Thursday, July 5, 2018
The Agricultural Campus’s largest academic building remains closed two weeks after a large, late-night fire tore through the facility. With faculty/staff currently spread across campus, the hope is for the “new” portion of the Cox Institute to re-open for fall — but it will take much longer to repair the “old” part of the building that bore the worst of the blaze and its aftermath.

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Ryan McNutt, with Stephanie Rogers
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Last month’s fire hasn’t deterred the community spirit of Dal’s Agricultural Campus, which will once again throw out the welcome mat for its annual Community Day — a 40-year summer tradition featuring barn tours, kids’ activities and so much more. Free bus transportation is available for students, faculty and staff in Halifax.
Melanie Jollymore
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Communities across the northern region of Nova Scotia will have access to more family physicians-in-training in just over a year, when Dalhousie Medical School’s newest family medicine teaching site opens on July 1, 2019.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
During Dal’s 200th year, the university’s retirees continue to have an important connection with the university. And this spring, Dalhousie welcomed delegates from across the country for the national conference of the College and University Retiree Associations of Canada.
Ryan McNutt with Stephanie Rogers
Thursday, July 5, 2018
The Agricultural Campus’s largest academic building remains closed two weeks after a large, late-night fire tore through the facility. With faculty/staff currently spread across campus, the hope is for the “new” portion of the Cox Institute to re-open for fall — but it will take much longer to repair the “old” part of the building that bore the worst of the blaze and its aftermath.
Stephanie Rogers
Friday, June 29, 2018
The Agricultural Campus's new Indigenous Student Access Pathway program, recently approved to begin in 2019, is a one-year program exclusively for First Nations, Metis and Inuit students who would not otherwise be eligible for admissions and who would benefit from dedicated supports while transitioning to a university environment.