We will be closed on Monday for Labour Day. The library will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 8:30 a.m. Have a good long weekend!
Today (28th August) two significant energy policy stories hit the media in Atlantic Canada. Both relate directly to Cape Breton’s recognised leadership in sustainable energy research, practice and policy-making. First – and very close to home – there was the announcement of the Verschuren Centre contract for assessing prospects for hydraulic fracturing in Nova Scotia. More »
The Library will be closed from 11:30 – 2:15 on Thursday, Aug. 29. Thanks for your patience and cooperation!
In these fevered times, with a Provincial election writ due to be dropped any day now, it is fascinating to observe that the one topic on which all political parties seem to agree is the Cinderella status of the Province’s Universities. It seems that no political party is – thus far – preparing to rise More »
Sometimes it is hard to keep track of the complexities, issues, rights and regulations of Aboriginal land in Canada, so the following are some useful condensed facts on title, treaties, land claims, impact benefit agreements and the duty to consult. Aboriginal Title Title is the inherent Aboriginal right to land or territory based upon the More »
CBU Library is happy to announce you can now book group study rooms and our (new) DVD screening room online and from your mobile devices! You will be able to check which rooms are available at which times and submit your booking requests from wherever you are up to one week in advance. Note: individual More »