The CBU Library will be reopening on Thurs. Jan. 2 from 8:30 – 4. We will also be open on Fri. Jan. 3., closed Sat. and Sunday and opening with regular hours on Mon., Jan. 6. Visit our hours page for more details. Happy New Year!
In my role as Project Manager with the Purdy Crawford Chair in Aboriginal Business Studies at CBU, the busiest time of the year is, without a doubt, late September through early December. Beginning in late September we enter schools to encourage Aboriginal high school students across Nova Scotia to apply for our mentorship program, the More »
Due to construction work in the library, we will be closed Thurs, Dec. 19th and Fri. Dec. 20th. This was scheduled to not conflict with exams or regular classes. We will reopen on Monday, Dec. 23rd. You can deposit items in the book chute outside the library main doors for return. We apologize for any More »
Two weeks ago, I had an amazing opportunity to present at the ACCC Serving Indigenous Learners and Communities Symposium. It was held in the territory of the Coast Salish people, beautiful Vancouver, BC. The whole trip was a bit of a whirl wind, but I’m happy to report it was productive, informative, and fun! My More »
I was recently interviewed by CC Africa "Rising Africa" http://issuu.com/gordongroup/docs/16682_rising_africa_mag_dec_2013_lo principally around issues of Marketing within Africa and intercultural issues of marketing the continent to Canada. One of the comparisons I drew seemed to surprise some who have read the article. They were not disagreeing, but had never thought of comparing issues in some regions of More »
CBU Library Staff are not authorized to waive or clear fines partially or in full. For questions about fines please contact the Head of Circulation, Debbie MacInnis, at 563-1674 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the last two weeks Nova Scotia secured an energy future that many jurisdictions around the world would envy. As a Province, we demonstrated the maturity of our institutional decision-making when the Utility and Review Board approved favourable tariffs for tidal energy and (finally) signed off on the Maritime Link. These two decisions build on More »
Somewhat lost in all the excitement over the Senate expenses scandal has been an interesting and increasingly bitter philosophical battle which has been developing between the Federal Government and the cellphone industry on the question of foreign competition. A poll commissioned by Bell Canada and TELUS released in August by Nanos Research showed that 50 More »
I've always been a fan of technology. My friends and family are well-aware of the number and variety of gadets I have, and they also know that I'm a big believer in matching the tool to the task. Perhaps surprisingly, I've never been one for trendy apps or games (though I do admit to briefly More »