The head of TD Bank, honoured this week as the Richard Ivey School of Business Leader of the Year, called on citizens to push politicians to be the leaders the world needs them to be.
CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada personality Don Cherry has built a career on celebrating fighting in hockey. But in light of a public growing less and less tolerant of sports violence, even the colourful commentator has been forced to back down.
An American researcher, who will receive the National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Barack Obama later today in a White House ceremony, headlines the 61st Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference (CSChE2011), which will be hosted by The University of Western Ontario at the London Convention Centre Oct. 23-26.
The Student Success Centre invites you to attend the annual Graduate and Professional School Fair scheduled for 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27 in the Western Student Recreation Centre.
You realize we’re next, right? While the financial sector’s robber barons have taken the brunt of the Occupy Wall Street movement’s wrath, many of these protestors would be just as comfortable outside the gates of universities across the globe. To their eyes, we’re part of the problem as well.