When it comes to applied research, targeted innovation, and commercial collaborations, Université de Moncton is top of the class Taking the lead in global biomedical research and medicine A one-of-a-kind project is taking form at the Université de Moncton with the construction of the $27-million …
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Presented by the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation
TOM HAMZA IS UNEQUIVOCAL about the cost of a university or college degree, especially in Atlantic Canada, where tuitions tend to be higher than in other parts of the country. “The fact is people are now expecting to gradauate with $20,000 or $30,000 worth of …
Looking for a way to entice delegates to your next meeting or conference? Something extra-special to make your event memorable? The perfect way to unwind after a tough round of meetings or negotiations? Here’s a sliver of what’s possible in Atlantic Canada. Fredericton, N.B. • …
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