Balancing conservation and tourism in Alberta’s national and provincial parks

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Emily Olson, Communications, Outreach, and Education editor   Canada is known for its vast, pristine wilderness, which are a source of pride for many Canadians. Connecting with nature and enjoying the wilderness draws many people to the country’s parks. Visitors flock to places like Banff National Park or Kananaskis Country to hike, glimpse wildlife, camp, and take […]

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Logging into graduate school as an international student, 2: What to consider when choosing which province to study in

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Tarryn Bourhill and Jasleen Grewal, Communication, Education & Outreach editors Deciding to pursue graduate studies as an international student is a complex process. This series of posts is intended to provide resources and support to students in their decision-making as they explore graduate school opportunities in Canada. You can read more about financing your studies […]

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Tarryn Bourhill, Communication, Education & Outreach editor

Hi, I’m Tarryn. I am a molecular biologist by day and a science communicator by night. I have always been interested in using viruses to treat disease. This is counter-intuitive for most people because everyone thinks of viruses as the bad guys that make us sick. For me, I love the idea that they can […]

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