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  greti.com | Team Portfolio: Ronald Greti (Study)
I was fortunate that Montreal had many important universities at that time period: Loyola College, McGill University, Sir George Williams University, Universite de Montreal.
I was accepted to Loyola College of Montreal, a jesuit school.
In that year of 1974, Loyola College did not obtain the degree granting charter and was obliged to merge with Sir George Williams University to create a single entity called Concordia University.
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  Loyola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The neighbourhood of Loiola / Loyola, where Ignatius de Loyola was born, and its Basilica, part of the town of Azpeitia, in Guipúzcoa, Spain.
Loyola University New Orleans in New Orleans, Louisiana
SMU Kolese Loyola (Loyola College) in Semarang, Indonesia
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 Loyola University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Loyola University, Loyola College, Loyola School and Loyola Academy are the shared names of various historic and current educational institutions of the Society of Jesus named in honor of the founder of the Roman Catholic Church religious order, Saint Ignatius of Loyola.
Loyola College, a former college in Montreal, Quebec which merged with Sir George Williams University in 1974 to form Concordia University.
In an agreement struck with the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities in 1996 only Loyola University Chicago retains the legal branding right to call itself Loyola University in the United States ; others must use appendages noting the school's home city or town.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Archdiocese of Montreal
at Montreal in 1763) was consecrated at Quebec.
Colleges were founded at Joliette and Bourget, by the Clerics of Saint-Viateur in 1846 and 1850; at Saint-Laurent, by the Fathers of the Holy Cross, in 1847.
In 1896 Loyola College was founded by the Jesuits for English-speaking Catholics; in 1905, Mgr Racicot was appointed auxiliary bishop to the Archbishop of Montreal.
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 Montreal University and College Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Dawson College is located in the heart of downtown Montreal in a historic building on 12 acres of green space.
Although a branch of Laval University was planned as Montreal's first French-language university, it was not until February 14, 1920, that the law founding the university was passed, and another 23 years passed before the mountain campus's inauguration on June 3, 1943.
ALberta, Concordia, Laval, University of Montreal, University of Toronto, Unuiversity of Quebec at Montreal
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 Primary Lonergan Bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
College of Christ the King (Regis College), Toronto, 1951 to 1964.
Lecture at the Alumni Banquet, Loyola College, Montreal, on the occasion of receiving the Loyola Medal, Nov. 1, 1971.
The Larkin-Stuart lectures at Trinity College in the University of Toronto: "A New Pastoral Theology," Nov. 12, 1973; "Variations in Fundamental Theology," Nov. 13, 1973; "Sacralization and Secularization," Nov. 14, 1973; and "The Scope of Renewal," Nov. 15, 1973.
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 Jesuits of Upper Canada - Upper Canada Province - A Brief History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This time it was in Montreal -- Collège Ste-Marie in 1848, out of which would grow, eventually, three others: Loyola College in 1896, St-Ignace in 1927 and Jean-de-Brébeuf in 1928.
They owned their own novitiate, Maison St-Joseph, built in 1853 at Sault-au-Récollet, Montreal, for the programs in spirituality and classics that constituted the first four years of training, as well as the final year of a Jesuit priest's formation.
It is the 500th anniversary of the birth of Ignatius Loyola near Azpeitia in the Basque country of Spain in 1491, and the 450th of the founding of the Jesuit Order on 27 September 1540.
www.jesuits.ca /history/summary.html   (3363 words)

  
 Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
As the national and international voice of Canada’s 150 community colleges and technical institutes, the Association’s mandate is to advocate on behalf of its members, provide value added membership services and manage an impressive portfolio of national and international projects.
He is the former Director General of John Abbott College in Montreal, from 1988 to 1998.
Prior to joining John Abbott College, he was a Director of English Educational Services for the Ministry of Education in the province of Quebec and began his career in several senior administrative positions at the secondary level.
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 Loyola Alumni Association
The curriculum at Loyola College grew from being classically based to liberal arts-oriented, but theology and philosophy remained part of every student’s degree until 1971-72.
In 1974, Loyola College merged with Sir George Williams University to form Concordia University.
Loyola alumni who were unable to attend the ceremony may request to receive their certificates by mail by sending an e-mail to alumnievents@concordia.ca.
alumni.concordia.ca /loyola   (374 words)

  
 Programs - Loyola International College - Concordia University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In 1974, Sir George Williams University and Loyola College of Montreal merged to form Concordia University.
Loyola International College was founded at Concordia in 2001 with the hope of rekindling Loyola’s rich Arts and Science tradition, while keeping an eye firmly on the possibilities of the future.
Loyola International College offers a Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World that seeks to give students the opportunity to compliment their conventional education with the skills and perspectives necessary to becoming a succesful and responsible citizen of the 21st century.
lic.concordia.ca /about   (262 words)

  
 Andris Leimanis - Art for sale.
CAREER : Montreal breathes with cultural and dynamic atmosphere today just as in Spring of 1965 when Andris Leimanis chose to start his training, he was accepted into studios in Montreal and also Toronto.
His life is that of the quintessential Canadian; he was born in Europe, educated at Loyola college of Montreal and completed a Master of Fine Arts degree at Syracuse University in New York State (1976).
When the Montreal Star published his numerous paintings as covers, some were later selected by the Society of Illustrators in New York City from thousands of submissions for exhibition and publication in its annuals for 1978 and 1980.
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 Articles - Concordia University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Loyola College was founded in 1896 as an English-language program of the Jesuit Collège Sainte-Marie (since merged into UQAM).
By 1940, collège classique programs were gone and Loyola became a four-year university, although it never obtained its own charter, granting its degrees through Laval or, after 1920, the Université de Montréal.
While protesting and fiery debate are considered a staple of college life, heavy politicization of the Arab-Israeli conflict on campus has caused certain student groups to step up their political militancy.
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 Georges Vanier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
He studied at Loyola College in Montreal, and received a law degree at the Montreal branch of Université Laval.
After retirement, he and his wife returned to Montreal where they became involved in social work in the city.
Georges Vanier was also a director with the Bank of Montreal, Credit Foncier Franco-Canadien, and the Standard Life Assurance Company, and served on the Canadian Council of the Arts.
www.mywiseowl.com /articles/Georges_Vanier   (1396 words)

  
 Concordia University Archives Institutional Fonds
Loyola College of Montreal opened in 1896, as an English-language branch of the francophone Jesuit classical college Collège Ste-Marie.
Loyola College was officially incorporated by an Act of the Quebec Legislature on February 2, 1899.
Although Malone was unable to win Loyola an independent university charter, at the time of his resignation in July 1974 the college had an enrolment of 13,000.
archives3.concordia.ca /Institfonds/I147.html   (636 words)

  
 Fr. John M. Filion, S.J. -- Manresa
Filion was appointed to Loyola College as professor of logic and Minister to the Jesuit community, which was then moving into new, but unfinished, quarters in the Administration Building.
In 1919 the Montreal faculties of Laval University became fully independent as the new Université de Montréal, with a mandate from Rome and from the government of Quebec to establish uniformity in the program of the classical colleges of the area.
For Loyola College, however, he agreed that because of the special needs of English-speaking Catholics, negotiations should continue towards university status.
www.manresa-canada.ca /filion.htm   (1662 words)

  
 CSU | International Programs | Pre-Departure Information
To be placed at a francophone institution, students must have had at least two years of college French or the equivalent, and should be prepared to do all of their coursework in French.
It is also possible for students in Montreal to take courses at both a francophone and an anglophone university.
Both campuses are located in the city of Montreal, Loyola in the west end and Sir George Williams in the center of the city.
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 United Irish Societies of Montreal - Elected Executive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
She received her Bachelor of Education degree from University of Montreal and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola College in 1967.
She has been involved with several organizations including the Loyola High School Board of Governors; she currently serves on the Catholic Community Services Board, the English Speaking Catholic Council, is a member of the United Irish Societies of Montreal, the Irish Canada Chamber of Commerce, and is a warden at St. Patrick's Basilica.
She also founded “Cine Gael Montreal”, which showcases new Irish films and is passionate in her encouragement of the community to explore their history through this media.
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 Reports: Montreal Meeting on Interreligious Dialogue
Thus, we are concerned less with new initiatives than with noticing and drawing attention to local responses to religious pluralism that are already flourishing, in areas as diverse as parish and college and prison ministries.
Bilodeau (sgbilodeau@bchigh.edu) is Chair of Religious Education at Boston College High School, where she has been a teacher of Religious Education for the last 16 years.
At BC High she is active in various programs and events which promote diversity and justice, and is the moderator of B.C. High's Amnesty International Campus Group, which brings the high school community into contact with the needs and situations of diverse individuals around the globe.
puffin.creighton.edu /jesuit/dialogue/events/montreal_may_2001.html   (3465 words)

  
 Leadership Directories | College and University Alumni in The Leadership Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
College and University Alumni in The Leadership Library
Clinch Valley College of the University of Virginia
Regents College of the University of the State of New York
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 Helmets of Discontinued College Teams
Many dozens of American colleges have had varsity football teams in the past and since dropped the sport altogether; below is a list that is believed to be complete (or nearly so) back to 1950, with a few earlier dropped programs also listed.
The year in which football was dropped for the last time follows the school name in parentheses, and is not necessarily the same as the last year in which football was played.
Morris Brown College, an historically Black college in Atlanta, GA, announced the suspension of all its intercollegiate athletic teams in May 2003; the school was in the midst of a financial crisis and had lost its accreditation earlier in the year.
www.nationalchamps.net /Helmet_Project/past.htm   (3216 words)

  
 Entries starting with F   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Personal remarks: I was Tyrolean champion in the 100 m freestyle (1951) and the decathlon (1956), and received my state certification as a ski instructor in 1955.
Education: McGill University (Montreal: 1942, M.A. in Economics); University of Vienna (Vienna, Dr. rerum politicarum).
(Montreal: 1956-58, various positions in construction); Franke Construction (Montreal: 1959-64, home builder); various construction companies (Montreal: 1964-67, project manager); Air Canada (Montreal: 1967-81, project manager); Transport Canada (Montreal: 1982-86, project manager); Cree Regional Authority (Val d'Or, QC: manager for inspection services).
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 montreal.com - music
Jerry and P.J. Perry, (the other exciting newcomer), were soon working with Maury Kaye, one of the finest musicians in Canadian jazz history, at the Penthouse, on the corner of Peel and Cyrus, a spot that was a jazz haven for many years.
It was then on to L.A. for studies at Westlake College in 1958-59.
Jerry returned to Montreal on occasion: in 1967, just prior to the Ellington sessions in Toronto, he appeared at the Canadian Pavilion of Expo 67 with the Ron Collier Ensemble, in December 1988 he did a Jon Ballantyne session at Studio Tempo in Pte.
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 Concordia University Archives Private Fonds and Collections
In 1896 the Jesuits established Loyola College of Montreal as the English-language branch of the classical college Collège Ste-Marie, founded in 1848.
In 1974, Loyola College merged with Sir George Williams University to create Concordia University, a provincial institution.
The other items were left by the Jesuits in the sacristy of Loyola College and given to the Concordia University Archives by Nathalie Manzer in 1995.
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 Loyola Alumni Directory - part I
Comments: loyola is an amazing college esp. the commerce dept. Prof.Carlton and Janakidass are easily two of the very best in their fields.I am happy to have passed out from Loyola.
Loyola library is an asset for the institution, matched by very few among those I have come across so far, with a wonderful team of librarians and staff who were very nice and co-operative.
Comments: During Loyola days captained the college team and the university teams in shuttle badminton....; while at Arizona, I won the intramural tournament all those years..in fact I won the intramural tournament at UT El Paso two years ago..what fun it is to beat kids almost half your age.
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 History of Loyola College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Although it is now Concordia’s west-end campus, Loyola was originally a college in the downtown area.
However, a fire broke out at this location in 1898, so the college moved a few streets west to the former Tucker School on Drummond St., just south of Ste-Catherine (now the Hotel Europa).
In 1916, Loyola made its last move, this time all the way to Montreal’s west end, on what used to be a melon farm.
www.concordia.ca /about/history/loyola1.php   (122 words)

  
 Loyola University Chicago: LoyolaLink
Here are some ideas from Loyola freshmen about what to bring to college to make campus life easier and more comfortable.
I could tell that I would become closer to the professors here, and because of the major city, I knew I'd be able to have a life outside campus." Ling Ling, Montreal, CA "I wanted a top tier school.
College is what you make of it--it's who you meet and what you do.
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For seven years he studied at Montreal's Collège Jean de Brébeuf, graduated at 18 with a B.A. from Montreal's Loyola College, then spent 10 years in the Jesuit order, preparing for the priesthood, while acquiring a degree in philosophy from Regis College and an M.A. in French literature from the Université de Montréal.
In 1987 he moved from Washington to Ottawa to be National Affairs Columnist for the Montreal Gazette.
He was then nicknamed Pit Bill for his attacks against the Meech Lake accord, the politicians, the élites and the newspapers (including the Gazette and the Globe) which backed it.
www.theglobeandmail.com /biographies/williamJohnson.html   (465 words)

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