On Nov. 30, Statistics Canada will release the final data report from the 2021 Census. Wednesday’s release will focus on…
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Western’s ImPaKT facility gets $16M from feds for pandemic researchNovember 21, 2022
Funds will help Schulich Medicine & Dentistry expand biocontainment infrastructure to research virus spread, expand COVID-19 research
Western experts available to speak on the FIFA World Cup 2022November 17, 2022
One of the biggest global sporting events, the FIFA World Cup 2022 begins Nov. 20, and expectations are high for…
Expert explainer: How the spotted lanternfly could wreak havoc on Canadian farmersNovember 15, 2022
Prof. Amanda Roe answers questions on how the invasive species could affect agriculture and how the public can help
Western planetary geologist to lead science for Canada’s lunar roverNovember 14, 2022
Canadensys Aerospace will design and build Canada’s first lunar rover and Western planetary geologist Gordon “Oz” Osinski will serve as principal investigator and scientific lead.
New program provides leadership opportunities for Black students in the communityNovember 14, 2022
It’s a program that will empower and support Black students at Western to gain valuable leadership experience in the community…
Remembrance Day: Western University experts availableNovember 9, 2022
On November 11, Canadians will gather to remember those who served our country during times of war, conflict and peace….
Western opens Wampum Learning LodgeNovember 8, 2022
Space to serve as touchstone for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities to gather, learn in spirit of Truth and Reconciliation
Western research shows traffic-related air pollution linked to increased risk of dementiaNovember 3, 2022
Researchers examined 17 studies that included more than 91 million people worldwide