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The Voice

The Voice is the collective presence of the writers who submit on behalf of the magazine. All praise to them!

In Our Own Voices. Published October 2, 2002

Oct. 7, 7:00 p.m. @ the Stanley A. Milner Library Theatre INFOLINE: 496-7046 (admission is free) Looking for inspiration about your hometown to lift your spirits in early October? The Edmonton Public Library invites you to Edmonton: In Our Own Voices on Monday, Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Theatre of the Stanley A…. Read more »

REVERSING KANANASKIS FAILURE SHOULD BE MAIN GOAL OF G8 DEVELOPMENT MEETING IN WINDSOR … published October 2, 2002

When G8 development cooperation ministers meet later this week in Windsor they can go a long way towards reversing the failure of the recent Kananaskis meeting by making good on Prime Minister Jean Chr├ętien’s proposal to set aside significant aid dollars for African development. Africa “‘s development was the main G8 agenda item when world… Read more »

Get Your Nominations In For The President’s Award for Tutoring/Mentoring Excellence!

Nominations are being accepted for the President’s Award for Tutoring/Mentoring Excellence. Nominations must be submitted to the Coordinator, Staff Development in Human Resources by September 30, 2002. This award recognizes up to two individuals each year for excellence in instructional service to AU students. CUPE tutors, graduate instructors, and academic coaches are eligible for nomination… Read more »

Multiculturalism 2002 Youth Forum. Published September 25, 2002

Sheraton Grande Hotel September 26-28, 2002 INFOLINE: Marilyn Kontz @ 488-8793 Free Registrations Available! You’re invited to join a diverse group of young Canadians and share your vision for the future of our multicultural nation at the Multiculturalism 2002 Youth Forum. This conference will be held in Edmonton, at the Sheraton Grande Hotel from September… Read more »

Stephen Lewis Keynoter & Gala. Published September 25, 2002

In a World Battered by Race, Religion and Ethnicity, Where Stands Canada’s Multiculturalism? @ The Canada: Global Model for a Multicultural State Conference Thursday, September 26 (8pm) in Maclab Theatre Tickets: $20 Call Tix on the Square at 420-1757 or log on to http://www.tixonthesquare.ca Plus: A Celebration of World Music and Dance with Moksha, the… Read more »

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Dear Readers, I have received a number of email asking for printable editions of the current Voice. The current issue is always included in the list of PDF Archives for your printing convenience. Thank-you for your readership and support! Tammy Moore Thanks to all of you who have been providing us with such great feedback… Read more »

CHILE: THE OTHER SEPTEMBER 11

Contributed By Leo Campos A. Many of you will recall another infamous September 11. It is the anniversary of (sadly) U.S.-sponsored terror against the people of a Latin American country in 1973. Ocean Press has just published a rich book reclaiming September 11 for Chileans and all victims of terror for which Washington is –… Read more »

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Letter To The Editor: In the past issue of the voice Mr. Low discusses the costs of going to AU compared to other traditional institutions. I was just wondering if he added the cost of writing exams for non-Albertan students. I pay $40 per exam for the privilege of writing at the University of Ottawa…. Read more »

Join us @ our Second Annual Picnic in the Parkland! Contributed Courtesy of Community Networks Group

Sunday, Sept. 15, 2002 Picnic from 1-3 pm, Music from 2-5 pm Join us, support the Parkland Institute, enjoy great food, great music and a beautiful location! INFOLINE: 492-0417 Musicians: The McDades … Terry McDade, Solon McDade, Jermiah McDade and Shannon Johnson, Lionel Rault, Ron Rault, Stewart McDougall, Kenny Chalmers, Jef Bradshaw. New and original… Read more »