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Canadian Arrhythmia Network to be hosted at Western

The Government of Canada announced $26.3 million in funding today to establish the Canadian Arrhythmia Network (CANet) as a Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) hosted at Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. This announcement positions Western and London as the national centre for research into the effective diagnosis and treatment of heart Read More

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London Fire Department with Partner Environics Analytics Wins Prestigious Canadian Marketing Association Award

The Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) has honoured the London Fire Department (LFD) and its analytics partner Environics Analytics (EA) with a prestigious national award for a data-based marketing campaign, “Fighting Fires with Marketing Analytics.” The LFD received a bronze award in the category of Direct Engagement/Not for Profits at the 44th annual CMA Awards ceremony Read More

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Banff Mountain Film Festival Coming to London Public Library

The Library is one of the stops on the annual Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. Film screenings are scheduled for March 24 & 25, 2015. Tickets go on sale Monday, December 8 and can be purchased at the Central Libary or MEC London. Adventure, remote landscapes, action sports and the environment are the stars Read More

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Everything’s lined up for a ‘Platinum’ New Year’s Eve!

Family • Fun • Free This year’s “Rockin’ New Year’s Eve” entertainment lineup was announced this morning in Victoria Park by Ed Holder, co-chair of the event coordinating committee. Londoners of all ages will gather downtown in beautiful Victoria Park to welcome in 2015 with music, laughter, and spectacular fireworks – it’s all about family, Read More

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New facility positions Western on the cutting-edge of HIV/AIDS research

Commemorating World AIDS Day, Western University unveiled plans for a new 4,200 square foot, state-of-the-art facility, which will firmly place its researchers on the cutting-edge of medicine, science and technology in the study of HIV and other complex human pathogens. The Imaging Pathogens for Knowledge Translation (ImPaKT) Facility at Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Read More

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