I am currently in Toronto attending and presentingat the Indspire National Gathering for Indigenous Education. The conference began last night with the Indigenous Educator Awards Gala Dinner, which was attended by approximately 400 educators of Indigenous students from all across Canada. When I left Cape Breton on Thursday morning, I did not know of anyone More »
The Cape Breton University Library is pleased to welcome Western University MLIS Co-Op student David Purdy. David will be beginning his work term in January. David is a native Newfoundlander who holds a MA (English), 2012, from Acadia University, and a BA (Hons), 2010, from Memorial University. He is currently attending at Western University, London, More »
It's been a long time coming, but we're finally in our new offices in Membertou. There have been delays and debates, along with mixed emotions. But here we are. We packed up last Monday and were moved during our retreat on Wednesday. Because we were hosting a Research Capacity Development Workshop funded by AAEDIRP in More »
Welcome! We're excited to meet you! Before you start classes in January there are a few things you need to do. First, you need to complete your academic advising. If you are a new CBU student with no transfer credits you can contact one of our academic advisors, Mike MacIssac or Barbara Kennedy, to help More »
In October, I travelled to Vancouver, BC to participate in the Ch'nook Scholars gathering at UBC. While there, I visited Aboriginal Tourism BC (AtBC) to learn more about their work in the hope that we will be able to write a case study on some of the important initiatives they are leading on the West More »
Our library virtual tour has been translated into Arabic. Take a look! Library Tour 2014 – Arabic Translation from Cape Breton University on Vimeo.