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    Western Ontario Conservatory of Music

    Western Ontario Conservatory of Music (WOCM). Teaching and examining body operated under the auspices of the University of Western Ontario 1934-97.

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    Wilfrid Laurier University

    Wilfrid Laurier University, in Waterloo, Ontario, has existed under its current name since 1973, when it became part of the provincially assisted university system. The university's history dates to the early 1900s.

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    Women and Education

    Although women have always been well represented in schools as students and teachers, it is possible, by examining women's participation in schooling, to understand how that participation has both reflected and produced the unequal position of women in society.

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    Women's Studies

    Women's Studies (also referred to as Feminist Studies) is a generic label for a diverse and fast growing area of knowledge.

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    Workers' Educational Association

    Workers' Educational Association, was founded in Toronto in 1918 by university professors and trade unionists interested in providing, on the model of the British WEA, noncredit evening classes for working people.

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    York University

    York expanded rapidly in the 1960s, establishing new faculties and programs such as Atkinson College for part-time degree studies, the Centre for Research in Experimental Space Science, the Institute of Social Research and the Faculty of Administrative Studies.

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