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Principales attractions touristiques à Regina

Billet rédigé par l’équipe de communications de l’Université de Regina

Située au beau milieu des Prairies, Regina, la capitale de la Saskatchewan, compte d’innombrables attractions formidables. Que vous aimiez les beaux parcs, les événements sportifs animés, les arts et la culture, le magasinage ou les expériences culinaires uniques, vous y trouverez de quoi vous plaire.

Le Centre Wascana est un splendide parc de 930 hectares situé au cœur de Regina, à proximité du campus principal de l’Université de Regina. Baladez-vous ou faites du jogging autour du lac Wascana pour profiter du décor pittoresque et de la proximité de la nature. Ce parc urbain, le plus grand du Canada, abrite de nombreuses autres attractions...

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Top tourist destinations in Regina

Guest blog by the University of Regina communications team

Located smackdab in the middle of the prairies, Regina is Saskatchewan’s capital city and home to countless exciting attractions. Whether you’re a fan of beautiful parks, lively sporting events, arts and culture, great shopping, or unique culinary experiences – Regina truly offers something for everyone.

Wascana Centre is a stunning 930-hectare park located in the heart of Regina (and it’s where the University of Regina main campus is located!). Take a picturesque stroll or run around Wascana Lake and enjoy being close to nature. Wascana, the largest urban park in Canada, is also home to many other tourist attractions, including the Legislative Building,...

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Le CRSH souligne 40 ans d’idées, de talent et de diversité

Blogueur invité par Le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines (CRSH)

Le Congrès 2018 coïncidant avec son 40e anniversaire, le CRSH est heureux d’y présenter quelques excellentes activités.

Le concours J'ai une histoire à raconter permettra encore une fois à la prochaine génération d’étudiants de talent de montrer comment la recherche en sciences humaines a un impact positif sur notre vie, sur le monde dans lequel nous vivons et sur notre avenir. Venez écouter leurs présentations à l’Espace de l’expo, Carrefour du Congrès, Centre for Kinesiology.

Par la suite, restez sur place et assistez à la réception soulignant le 40e anniversaire du CRSH. Vous...

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SSHRC celebrates 40 years of ideas, talent and diversity

Guest blog by The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)

Congress 2018 coincides with the 40th anniversary of the founding of SSHRC, and we are excited to contribute some excellent events to its program. 

Our Storytellers contest will once again bring the next generation of talented students to the event to showcase how social sciences and humanities research is affecting our lives, our world and our future for the better. Come watch their presentations in the CK-Centre for Kinesiology — also known as the Congress Hub — in the Expo Event Space.

Don’t forget to join us at a reception in the same location after this event to celebrate SSHRC’s 40th birthday — cake will be served! Find out more about...

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Jennifer Welsh addresses the crisis of liberal democracy in ‘The Decline of the West’

Guest blog by André Magnan, Congress 2018 Convenor, University of Regina

This is a Congress 2018 blog about event #1235. Click here to find out more about it.

In recent weeks, the governments of the U.K., Canada, the U.S. and other Western countries have expelled dozens of Russian diplomats from their capital cities. This diplomatic rebuke has come in response to the poisoning of a former Russian double agent on British soil, a crime the U.K. blames on the Russian state. Add to this the on-going fallout from Russian interference into the 2016 American election, and it seems that relations between Russia and the West have hit their lowest point since the end of the Cold War.

Do these events suggest the dawn of the Cold War 2.0, or an even more complex and multi-sided era of geopolitical rivalry? What are the prospects for liberal democracy in such a world? What can be done...

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