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"Regret nothing": One farmer's journey to wine making

"Regret nothing": One farmer's journey to wine making

"Regret Nothing" is a blend of everything Dal AC alum John Eikelenboom has made in the past year at 1365 Church Street Vineyard & Winery and is a bold testament to the shift in the way he farms.  Read more.

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Mark Campbell
Friday, May 6, 2022
When Clayton Burrill (JD‘11) heard that he and his fellow Hillsburn bandmates had scored five 2022 East Coast Music Awards (ECMA) nominations, it was a wonderful but surreal moment. After all, the COVID-19 pandemic essentially shut down live performances, making life as working musician challenging.
Jodi Reid
Friday, April 8, 2022
It’s current and future students like Katie Cameron and the entire Halifax community that Ian Oulton (BA’66) and his wife, Dr. Margaret Oulton (PhD’75), want to support with their lead gift to the new Dalhousie Event Centre.
Alison DeLory
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Launched in September 2020, the online community has attracted more than 585 volunteers, including alumni, donors and friends of Dal who provide monthly feedback to the Office of Advancement on a variety of topics, initiatives and programs.

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Alisha Johnson
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
"Regret Nothing" is a blend of everything Dal AC alum John Eikelenboom has made in the past year at 1365 Church Street Vineyard & Winery and is a bold testament to the shift in the way he farms.
Lola Augustine Brown
Wednesday, May 11, 2022
More than a half-century after graduating, Atlantic music scene pioneer Brookes Diamond is back at Dal to produce Resounding — a show celebrating the revitalized Dalhousie Arts Centre.
Mark Campbell
Friday, May 6, 2022
When Clayton Burrill (JD‘11) heard that he and his fellow Hillsburn bandmates had scored five 2022 East Coast Music Awards (ECMA) nominations, it was a wonderful but surreal moment. After all, the COVID-19 pandemic essentially shut down live performances, making life as working musician challenging.
Staff
Thursday, April 28, 2022
They are leaders, innovators, change-makers — get to know the eight exceptional individuals who are set to receive Dalhousie's highest honour.
Lola Augustine Brown
Monday, April 11, 2022
Halifax lawyer and Schulich Law grad Igor Yushchenko watched in horror as Russia invaded his home country, then helped create a new expedited immigration stream to help Ukrainians find passage to Canada.