Saint Mary's University (Halifax)

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Saint Mary's University (SMU) is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.wikipedia
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Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Saint Mary's University (SMU) is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Major employers and economic generators include the Department of National Defence, Dalhousie University, Saint Mary's University, the Halifax Shipyard, various levels of government, and the Port of Halifax.

Sobey School of Business

In 1992, the Faculty of Commerce was renamed the Sobey School of Business, after Frank H. Sobey, founder of Sobeys.
The Sobey School of Business is the business school of Saint Mary's University (SMU), located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

St. Patrick's High School (Halifax)

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The modern Saint Patrick's High School opened on the site in 1954 and operated until 2007.
The board moved to obtain the property of the old Saint Mary's College at Quinpool Road and Windsor Street, after Saint Mary's moved to Robie Street.

South End, Halifax

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The campus is situated in Halifax's South End and covers approximately 80 acre.
There is also a high student population, owing to the presence of Dalhousie University, Saint Mary's University, University of King's College, and the Atlantic School of Theology.

Nova Scotia Teachers College

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Teacher education programs were consolidated at Mount Saint Vincent University, Acadia University, and Université Sainte-Anne, while the education faculties at Saint Mary's and Dalhousie were wound up and the 140-year-old Nova Scotia Teachers College was closed altogether.
Programs at NSTC, as well as UCCB (now CBU), Dalhousie, and Saint Mary's were identified for closure, with B.Ed.

Alan Abraham

Abraham, an engineering graduate from Saint Mary's University was involved in federal politics and helped with the organization of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's tours of the Maritimes.

Mayann Francis

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Born in Sydney, Nova Scotia and raised in Whitney Pier, she is the daughter of Archpriest George A. Francis and Thelma D. Francis, and is a graduate of Saint Mary's University and completed graduate studies at New York University.

Frank H. Sobey

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In 1992, the Faculty of Commerce was renamed the Sobey School of Business, after Frank H. Sobey, founder of Sobeys.
Sobey received an honorary Doctor of Laws from Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and the university named its Faculty of Commerce in his honour.

The Westin Nova Scotian

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Over 250 students were moved to the Halifax Hilton, which had recently gone out of business, which was used as a temporary residence while repairs were carried out.
They closed the hotel in 1993, and the building was used as a temporary dormitory by Saint Mary's University for several years after a student residence underwent emergency repairs due to an unstable wall.

John William Ashe

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He was a graduate of St. Mary's University in Nova Scotia and the Technical University of Nova Scotia, and in 1989 graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a PhD in Bioengineering.

Students Nova Scotia

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The Saint Mary's University Students Association is represented federally by the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations and provincially by StudentsNS (formerly ANSSA.
The Acadia Students' Union, Dalhousie Student Union, Saint Mary's University Students' Association, and the St. Francis Xavier University Students' Union together established ANSSA.

Brian Ahern (producer)

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At St. Mary's University, he played Junior Varsity football as well as music.

Mal Davis

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Born in Lockeport, Nova Scotia, Davis played for the Amherst Ramblers, a junior team in Amherst, Nova Scotia, and then attended Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he was a member of the university's Huskies ice hockey team.

Terry Donahoe

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Donahoe was educated at St. Mary's High School in Halifax, after which he went to Saint Mary's University.

Alliance of Nova Scotia Student Associations

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The Saint Mary's University Students Association is represented federally by the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations and provincially by StudentsNS (formerly ANSSA.
ANSSA's member organizations were the Dalhousie Student Union, the Acadia Students' Union, the Atlantic School of Theology Students' Union, the St. Francis Xavier University Students' Union, the Saint Mary's University Students' Association, and the Cape Breton University Student Union.

Steve Armitage

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He attended Saint Mary's University, Halifax where he played football quarterback.

Peter J. Kelly

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He holds a Diploma in Hospitality Management from the Nova Scotia Community College and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Saint Mary's University.

Louis-Roland Comeau

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Comeau graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree from Dalhousie University after obtaining an engineering and science degree from Saint Mary's University.

Noah Cantor

Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Cantor played with the University of Saint Mary's Huskies from 1990 to 1994.

Wayne Gaudet

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Born in Concession, Nova Scotia, he graduated in 1977 with a Bachelor of Arts at the Université Sainte-Anne and then received a Bachelor of Education at Saint Mary's University.

John MacDonell (Nova Scotia politician)

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A native of Halifax, MacDonell was educated at Acadia University and Saint Mary's University.

William Njoku

A 6'9½" forward born in Accra, Ghana, Njoku immigrated to Canada as a four-year-old along with his parents Lawrence and Catherine. He starred for Halifax West High School despite missing most of his senior year through injury. The Warriors consequently did not reach the provincial championship finals tournament in 1990. Will attended hometown Saint Mary's University, where in his junior year (1993) he was winner of the Mike Moser Award as the Canadian Interuniversity Sport's (CIAU) Most Outstanding player. In his junior and senior seasons he was also named a CIAU All-Canadian. Njoku was drafted in the second round of the 1994 NBA Draft with the 41st pick overall by the Indiana Pacers.