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Dalhousie joins 40+ Canadian universities and colleges as signatories of new national charter on anti‑Black racism and Black inclusion

Dalhousie joins 40+ Canadian universities and colleges as signatories of new national charter on anti‑Black racism and Black inclusion

The landmark Scarborough Charter, unveiled at a signing ceremony on Thursday, outlines national postsecondary plan, including concrete actions and accountabilities focused on structural and systemic change.  Read more.

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Mark Campbell
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Rising grocery costs are preventing many students from having reliable access to healthy meals. The Food Security Project addresses this issue head-on.
Benjamin Marmen
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
A group of Mi’kmaw and settler artists joined in a collaboration with the Dalhousie Symphony Orchestra for a performance Wednesday evening (Dec. 1) of “Ki’kwa’ju: Reimagining Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf.”
Matt Reeder
Tuesday, November 2, 2021
A group of scholars and researchers co-led by a Dalhousie professor has joined forces in an effort to reshape medical and health education in Canada to better reflect the impacts of anti-Black racism on the delivery of care for African Nova Scotians and Black people.

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Kristie Gillis
Thursday, December 2, 2021
Joe Savidge, Marissa Walter, Melissa Hum, and Dr. Jason Chatman have joined Dalhousie Student Health & Wellness as the university seeks to meet the growing mental health needs of students.
Benjamin Marmen
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
A group of Mi’kmaw and settler artists joined in a collaboration with the Dalhousie Symphony Orchestra for a performance Wednesday evening (Dec. 1) of “Ki’kwa’ju: Reimagining Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf.”
Mary Anne White
Monday, November 29, 2021
In Canada, milk is available in jugs, cartons, bags and glass bottles. A new analysis reveals which type of container has the smallest environmental footprint — from container production to disposal, writes Mary Anne White.
Mark Campbell
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Rising grocery costs are preventing many students from having reliable access to healthy meals. The Food Security Project addresses this issue head-on.
Stephen Abbott
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Top global thinkers, policy makers and government officials converged at Dalhousie last week for the Halifax International Security Forum's annual public panel, touching on a variety of topics surrounding China, global cooperation and the world after COVID-19.