At the 2008 EG conference, revolutionary organist Cameron Carpenter performs a classic piece of organ repertory -- and then cuts loose in an incendiary improv. Young organist Eric Fricke closes the set. ____________________ XQuarterly
CAMBRIDGE - COM DEV International Ltd. announced preliminary financial results for the three-month period ended October 31, 2009. All figures cited in this news release are based on preliminary financial data and are subject to change as a result of the year-end audit process.
TORONTO - Sentinelle Medical Inc., a leading manufacturer of breast MRI coils and software, and Siemens Healthcare today announced at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, that they are collaborating on the development of a suite of innovative solutions for Interventional Prostate MRI.
WATERLOO - The University of Waterloo's faculties of engineering and applied health sciences, along with the department of athletics and recreational services, are celebrating the donation of an aboutGolf simulator.
London - In dozens of projects on campus, and as far away as Kenya, The University of Western Ontario is both leading and partnering initiatives that will make our campus, and the world, a ‘greener’ place to live.
Peterbourough - On Friday Trent University’s Board of Governors ratified the three year settlement reached between the University and the Faculty Association on October 23, 2009. The Association previously ratified the tentative settlement on November 9, 2009. The new three year agreement is retroactive to July 1, 2009.
2009 YMCA World Peace Week: Inspire PeaceThink it. Say it. Do it.
Cambridge At its 2009 YMCA Peace Medallion Gala held November 27, the YMCA of Cambridge celebrated the efforts by individuals and groups who inspire peace. The gala celebrated the impact made by all the nominees for this year’s YMCA Peace Medallions.
ISO has just published an updated, improved edition of an International Standard providing safety specifications for electrically propelled road vehicles.
Switzerland - Electric road vehiclesThe two-part ISO 6469 will help manufacturers to design fail-safe electrically propelled vehicles, as well as provide a framework for the information they need to make available for safety personnel and emergency responders dealing with accidents involving such vehicles.
Kingston - A Queen’s-based water testing lab is celebrating a major growth spurt after being acquired by the leading player in global water systems and receiving $2.4m in federal funding towards the development of its next generation of water monitoring systems.
Ottawa A national team of biomedical researchers, including Carleton University’s Michel Dumontier, has been funded for a major project that could revolutionize the way biomedical researchers share and access information.
Guelph - Michael Chong, MP for Wellington-Halton Hills, Liz Sandals, MPP for Guelph, and Alastair Summerlee, president of the University of Guelph, today celebrated the groundbreaking for the Axelrod Building renovation project. The project received federal and provincial funding totalling more than $33 million through the Knowledge Infrastructure Program (KIP) and Ontario’s 2009 budget.
TORONTO - CAW President Ken Lewenza is denouncing the news of more corporate bonuses and salary increases at Nortel Networks Corp, while workers are still fighting to get their due severance, termination pay and pensions.
CALGARY - Canadian Pacific and Natural Resources Canada have partnered on an industry-leading biodiesel fuel pilot project under the National Renewable Diesel Demonstration Initiative, announced Lee Richardson, Member of Parliament for Calgary Centre on behalf of the Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Natural Resources, and Fred Green, Canadian Pacific President and CEO, on Friday. It is the first time biodiesel will be used in Canadian cold-weather rail service.
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