It is widely understood that the practice of accessibility is about more than following a checklist. Policymakers and web, document and media creators recognize that it is critical to understand the needs of users with disabilities, include them in the design process, and ensure they can access the final product. Yet, as public and private
The Ontario provincial election has officially begun. Election day is June 2. Elections Ontario will host an advance polling station in Peter Clark Hall (University Centre Level 0) from May 25 to 27. The advance polls are open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day. All Guelph residents are eligible to vote at the on-campus
Nature is known to be unpredictable and unexpected, so what awaits us today? Michelle, the Arboretum's Naturalist Intern, will be leading hour-long walks every Wednesday. Walks start at The Arboretum kiosk at 12:15 p.m. For further information contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-824-4120, Ext. 53615. The hike may be cancelled if there is inclement weather.
The Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses (CPHAZ) Symposium is a two-day event that brings together all pillars and forms of public health and zoonotic disease work and research. On May 25, join us for an in-person evening event that will feature one of our keynote speakers, Dr. Maya Goldenberg, associate professor of philosophy at
Learn powerful strategies, new tips and information on how to respond and calm down the uncomfortable sensations of anxiety. A variety of long and short self-calming strategies are introduced, along with behaviours that can help prevent escalation of anxiety. This three-session skills program with Kathy Somers of the Stress Management & High Performance Clinic meets