For almost as long as there's been a Canada, there's been a University of Alberta. Over the next year, in honour of Canada's 150th anniversary, we're proudly celebrating the people, achievements and ideas that contributed to the making of a confederation.
When Srosh Hassan spoke in the House of Commons, she became a viral sensation—and a strong voice against ignorance.
A new poll suggests Canadians still see Muslim immigrants as a threat to security, but UAlberta experts say their fears are groundless.
Chantal Hébert says Canada’s dormant constitutional conundrum will remain so for the foreseeable future.
Student satellite launch is one giant leap for Alberta.
Ashton Menuz is one of 27 law students from across Canada selected to clerk at the country’s highest court.
From the Constitution to concussions, we’ve got the Canada 150 experts you can count on.
We're planning a full year's worth of special events to celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial. Mark your calendar so you don't miss out!
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