University of Calgary

February 24, 2011

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Canada poised to become northern tiger
The U.S. could bleed business to Canada, according to new comparison of tax regimes.

Faculty of Medicine study finds that moderate consumption of alcohol protect against heart disease.

Campus Connection

Design Matters
Drura Parrish presents a case study in the future of design based entrepreneurship tonight at the Uptown theatre.

Dinos in Action

Dinos hockey all-stars
Women’s hockey star Hayley Wickenheiser and freshman forward Jenna Smith win Canada West awards.

Wear red. Show your Dino pride.
Red Friday—game day—is tomorrow.


Feb. 22
Alcohol in moderation ‘can help prevent heart disease’



> Theatre: King Lear
> Design Matters Lecture: Drura Parrish
> CIS Swimming Championships

Feb. 25
> Theatre: King Lear
> CIS Swimming Championships
> Men’s hockey vs. Lethbridge
> Men’s volleyball vs. Trinity Western

Feb. 26
> Theatre: King Lear
> CIS Swimming Championships
> Men’s hockey vs. Lethbridge

Feb. 28
> Calgary History of Medicine Society Event
> Slideshow: Heritage River Trips, Canoe the Bloodvein

Mar. 1
> ISEEESA Networking Dinner

Mar. 2
> OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Transplant Registration Event
> Heart of Darkness, Heart of AIDS: Journeys to Africa in the Era of HIV

Mar. 3
> The Nickle at Noon: The Highwood Museum Disaster
> Concert: Down with Webster

Mar. 4
> Lecture: The Americas: Looking back, around and forward
> Talk: Tears and Things: The Foundling of Hospital Tokens

Mar. 5
> 2011 N.A.P.I. Parent & Youth Conference

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