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Export Rally Helps Companies Identify Growth Opportunities

Nova Scotia companies will improve their business skills, gain insight into potential new markets, and network with organizations dedicated to helping companies grow, at the Annapolis Valley Export Rally in Wolfville on November 4 and 5.

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Acadia limits idling to support global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Acadia University today announced that it has adopted a campus-wide policy that limits vehicle idling to exceptional circumstances. Acadia’s new Share the Air policy is an initiative of the University’s Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee.

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Anna Maria Tremonti to give H.T Reid Lecture at Acadia University

Wolfville, NS, September 18, 2009 – Anna Maria Tremonti, CBC Radio’s host of The Current, will deliver a free, public lecture on October 2nd at 7:30 pm

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Acadia's Spell Dome Premieres on CBC TV

(Wolfville, NS) -- Acadia University will have a role on the small screen next week when CBC Television premieres Canada's Super Speller. The five-episode, dynamic take on the classic spelling bee will air in one-hour segments on CBC Monday to Friday starting at 8 p.m. on September 14.

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Guerrilla Girls’ Exhibition and Presentation

Wolfville, NS, September 4, 2009 -- The Acadia University Art Gallery is pleased to present an exclusive exhibition, public performance and workshop of the Guerrilla Girls beginning September 17, 2009. Established in 1985, the Guerrilla Girls are an internationally recognized group of artists, known for their use of printed media with strong text and graphics to promote awareness of women and people of colour in the arts, as well as other issues of inequality in culture and politics. Their work has been presented in venues such as the Tate Modern, Pompidou Centre and the Venice Biennale - and now the Guerrilla Girls will present their work at Acadia University Art Gallery!

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