This workshop will explore how different plants can help us adapt and cope with the stress, fatigue, and depression that can come with the changing of the season.
Policy Speaker Series: Hugh Segal “The liberal rules-based order: alive and well or close to death?”
Speaker: Hon. Hugh Segal, OC, OOnt, Distinguished Fellow, School of Policy Studies Elected in December, 2013, Hugh is the fifth Master of Massey College at the University of Toronto. A former Chair of the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, and the Special Committee on Anti-Terrorism, Hugh is former Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Mulroney, and associate Cabinet Secretary to Ontario premier William Davis. Between 1993-2005, he was an adjunct professor teaching in the School of Policy…
Learn from upper-year Peer Learning Assistants who have taken BIOL 102 before and know how to effectively prepare for the BIOL 102 exam. This workshop does NOT cover course content. Please Note:Registration is not required for this workshop SEATING IS LIMITED, SO PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY.
Join us for a public lantern-making workshop during WinterLight at MacLachlan Woodworking Museum on December 2! https://www.facebook.com/events/1667838616852054/ Make your very own paper and bamboo lantern, then bring it to The Longest Night Celebration at Doug Fluhrer Park on December 20th! Help us light up the night and welcome back the warmth of the sun! No experience required, and all ages welcome, although children may require assistance. We will provide the materials & instruction. You bring your friends, family, and creativity!…
The Canada 150+ Interfaith Kingston planning group invites you to participate in this special gathering and conversation sharing histories of social justice work by faith and traditional communities.
Come listen to a professional astronomer share the wonders of the Universe before heading to our outdoor observing deck to view the Moon and planets. Next, head up to the dome to gaze into deep-space with our 14″ reflecting telescope, sure to dazzle inquiring minds young and old!
During this talk, we’ll discuss the only thing sexier than a sultry slow jam: peer-reviewed science!
Registration is now open for the ENCH/CHEM 212 Final Tutorial! This tutorial will be led by experienced EngLinks tutors and will cover key topics from the course. The cost of the tutorial is 3$. Registration will close Friday, Dec. 15th at 6 PM. The tutorial will be held in Stirling Hall. To register for the workshop follow these steps: 1) Go to http://englinks.ca/ 2) Create an account by clicking on “Register” under the “Login/Logout” tab. (Skip this step if you’ve…
Please come out and join us at the Military Communications and Electronics Museum for an afternoon of family fun! Experience Morse Code Messages to the North Pole, Once Upon a Princess Party, Bricks-4-Kidz, Circle of Wellness Drum Circle, crafts, performers, treats and more! $5 per family. All welcome. telephone: 613-541-4675 For Tickets.