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 We have wonderful stories to tell at the Mount and we are dedicated to sharing them with the world.
 A wide range of experts are available to speak on topics such as parenting, aging, social policy, politics,
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Celebrating our 2019 student award winners
April 17, 2019

Mount students are making waves in academics, athletics, student life, and more. We're thrilled to honour some of our amazing Mystics as another academic year draws to a close.

The Mount introduces new therapy dog
April 16, 2019

In late March, the Mount’s Counselling Services staff welcomed a new member to their team – Charlie, an adorable eight-year-old Goldendoodle therapy dog certified through St. John Ambulance. Charlie is the Mount’s second therapy dog.

Rick Hansen, Mandy Rennehan and Gloria Ann Wesley to receive honorary degrees from the Mount
April 15, 2019

Rick Hansen and Mandy Rennehan will be honoured during the morning (10 a.m.) and afternoon (2 p.m.) ceremonies respectively on May 16; Gloria Ann Wesley will be honoured during the morning ceremony (10 a.m.) on May 17.

Marking 25 years since the Rwandan genocide – Mount student recalls her profound encounter with Retired Lt.-Gen. Roméo Dallaire
April 11, 2019

“My parents never wanted us to suffer,” says Fammy. “They believed that our minds are our greatest tools – even if something bad happens, we can’t dwell on it and wonder why it happened. We need to move on, keep going with life, and never settle.”

MSVU Alzheimer’s disease researcher receives new federal funding
April 10, 2019

Dr. Ian Pottie was awarded $281,897 to advance his work to develop a new diagnostic agent that will allow for the non-invasive early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease in living patients.

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