Are you a researcher with an interest in Aboriginal business and economic development? If so, we invite you to join our group on LinkedIn! We're interested in networking with other researchers to share research, publication, and conference opportunities. If you are too, please find the Aboriginal Business Researchers group on LinkedIn and join. You'll recognize More »
For the past three years, I’ve managed the Business Network for Aboriginal Youth (BNAY), which is a mentorship program that uses social media, smartphone technology, and in person conferences to attract Aboriginal high school students across Nova Scotia to the study of business at the post-secondary level. When the program was originally launched in 2011, More »
On Monday when I read a note from Purdy's family saying that he had been moved to palliative care, I was hopeful that in the next few weeks I could visit Purdy in Toronto and tell him some tales of our students that he so loved to hear. Alas,that was not to be. This morning More »
…and that book is Roost, by Ali Bryan! Join Nova Scotians as we read Bryan's story of a single mom learning about motherhood. You can learn more about the book and local events by visiting our One Book NS Guide. You can also follow the dicussion on Twitter @1bookns or use the hastag #1BNS. Happy reading!
Sometimes it can be difficult to think of a topic to blog about. Today is one of those times. So, I googled "blog ideas" and read a few lists for inspiration. One suggested a blog focussed on something that happened in high school that changed one's life forever. I'm not certain that I have such More »
September is right around the corner and that means university and college students are heading back to school. But before hitting the books, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) has a few tips for those flying to campus to make sure students get a passing grade at the airport. Travelling with electronics You and More »