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Bishop's University,

provincially supported, English-language university at Lennoxville, Que., Canada; founded 1843 by the Anglican bishop of Quebec as a liberal arts college. In 1853 it gained university status. The university has faculties of business administration, humanities, natural science and mathematics, and social sciences and a graduate school of education.
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Born in July 1942, I graduated from Bishops University with an honours chemistry and physics degree in May 1963.
Albans, Prince Albert, Sask., chaplain at Bishops University and Trinity College, incumbent at St.