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The Credit Counselling Society is a non-profit service, that helps individuals and families find their best options to deal with debt and get their finances back on track. By attending this free seminar, you will learn all about credit; from the differences between good and bad credit, the types of credit solutions best suited for
On November 10, Join Robert Brown, author of Wealthing Like Rabbits to learn how to manage your money. Rob’s unique take on personal finance uses rabbits, pancakes, Forrest Gump, cigars, Spock, pork pie hats, castles, Bridget Jones, and a guy named Buddy to teach the basics of personal finance. This event is free to attend.
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On Nov. 8, The Globe and Mail’s personal finance columnist, Rob Carrick, and personal finance editor Roma Luciw will be talking to students about financial literacy in the MacOdrum Library Discovery Centre, room 482, at 5 p.m. Food and beverages will be served. This is part of The Globe and Mail’s Financial Survival Guide For
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Cost: $12 for the general public; free admission for Carleton University students with valid student card. This exceptional and inspiring documentary film is about Lajos Kassai, the founder of a mounted archery school placed in a mesmerizing valley in Hungary. His unique method has revived the principles and practices of thousand-year-old Hungarian mounted archery, which
Watch rivals Ravens and Gee-Gees clash once again with Yates Cup hopes on the line! Kickoff is at 1PM Saturday, October 29 at MNP Park. Student tickets $8. ADVANCED tickets – Faculty/Staff $13, Adults $18.
Watch the Ravens men’s soccer team take on the Trent Excalibur in the first round of the OUA playoffs! Game time is 6PM at MNP Park.
Have you heard of FutureFunder? Maybe you’ve heard of crowdfunding? Did you know that the FutureFunder can help you get your next project off the ground? FutureFunder is Carleton’s unique crowdfunding platform that lets you fundraise for your Carleton project, with all the money going to the cause and 100% of what you raise goes
Do you approach teaching and learning as a creator? In addition to professing, do you design, facilitate, and create (or have your students create)? Do you currently use – or wish to develop – creative methods in your classes or assignments? On Nov. 15, join Jen Gilbert, an instructor and coordinator with the Centre for
‘MEANWHILE, IN CANADA – Making Sense of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election’ Keynote presentation by Nik Nanos, founder and CEO of Nanos Research, Board of Governors member, Canada’s top pollster and leading political strategist. His insight on political, business, and social trends is sought out by major media outlets. His trenchant analysis on the presidential
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