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  • Our current research is carried out at the ISAC radioactive beam facility at TRIUMF, Canada's National Laboratory for Nuclear and Particle Physics, on the UBC campus in Vancouver, British Columbia. The experiments are funded by NSERC, CFI, NRC/TRIUMF, NSF, and DOE. For our group, support by the University of Manitoba and the Province of Manitoba are gratefully acknowledged.

Flying out for a visit to TRIUMF. Beautiful cloud front at Winnipeg Airport. The aliens in the UFO mistook State 51 for Area 51. Photo by GG .

Getting ready for the day at TRIUMF House. Photo by GG .

Around the ISAC radioactive beam facility, the spiders appear to be particularly large? Photo by GG .

Staying at TRIUMF House, it is easy to take a run along Spanish Banks — unless you acquire sciatic nerve pain. Photo by GG .

Vancouver skyline from Spanish Banks. Photo by GG .

Heading home at the end of the week, at Vancouver airport, the true Theory of Everything is revealed to me. Photo by GG .

Flying home, enjoying a view of Mount Baker. Photo by GG .

Look who made it into the secured zone at the ISAC facility. Fences won't do! Photo by GG .