Canadian-American Studies

Janet Mancini Billson, Killam Visiting Professor in Canadian Studies (Bridgewater State University), and author of numerous articles and book chapters on resettlement, women, and identity, will give a presentation titled "The Global Refugee Crisis: Can a Broken System be Fixed?" as part of the…

Edward Alden, a professor of US-Canada relations at Western Washington University, hasn't seen much cooperation.

He says the US' decision to not reciprocate is just the latest example of just how tattered the once-amicable bond has become since March 2020: "It's typical with the way the…

The United States has yet to lift its restrictions preventing Canadian citizens and permanent residents from entering the country, which experts say could be due to a host of different reasons, including that the U.S. has yet to develop an app that is similar to ArriveCAN.

Laurie…

Student internship info session: Students, mark your calendars! Are you a Canadian citizen or dual national? From 2-2:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 2, join Canadian Consulate in Seattle representative Robert Kerr and current Western student intern Cullin Baisley via Zoom to hear…

Student internship info session: Students, mark your calendars! Are you a Canadian citizen or dual national? From 2-2:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 2, join Canadian Consulate in Seattle representative Robert Kerr and current Western student intern Cullin Baisley via Zoom to hear…

Dear Western Community,

On Monday, October 12 we celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a moment that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures.  I am honored to have a growing community of Indigenous people at Western, including 954…

Huxley Speaker Series: Fall 2020
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Western Washington University's James Miller, an assistant professor of Canadian-American Studies, Salish Sea Studies, and Environmental Studies, will present "Placemaking and…

WWU’s Study Canada K-12 Education Specialist, Kyla Sweet, has just released a new quarterly newsletter, 'Looking Back and Looking Forward,' which is filled with resources for educators and Canada enthusiasts alike on Black History in Canada.

To…

More than 50 Western Washington University students and graduates received Outstanding Graduate honors for the 2019-20 academic year.

Faculty members from dozens of academic departments and programs select one graduate to honor as the Outstanding Graduate of the year. Selection is a…

Despite a Canadian dollar that’s remained weak for several years, a new report shows shoppers from British Columbia continue to play an important role in Whatcom’s retail sector.

Last month Western Washington University students working for the …

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