As native leaders press the federal government to put as much money, per capita, into First Nations education as the provinces pay to educate other children, one of Canada’s top economists says even equal funding would sell native pupils short.
There are only two problems in the relationship between Canada and Mexico, according to Mexican Ambassador Francisco Suarez. There’s what he calls “the big B” — beef — and then “the little v” — visas.
He was denied admission to local universities, unfairly he claims due to his brain injury.
The Idle No More movement was back on Parliament Hill Tuesday, but its anger was focussed to one particular topic that's recently jarred First Nations groups: Education funding.
Few student responses after online switch; university worried about reliability.
Experts have long assumed that the solution to Canada’s decade-long productivity slump is to get companies to innovate and invest more, typically via tax incentives.
The Conservative government is promising new funding for schools on reserves, as it struggles to overcome native resistance to a proposed First Nations education act.
The death of Nelson Mandela on Thursday brought me right back to the day in September, 1981, when I walked into the offices of the McGill Daily student newspaper for the first time. The newspaper was in the basement of the student union building on McTavish Avenue in Montreal.
Two task force reports issued today, reviewing where to cut, where to beef up.
No college or discipline is immune to a review of University of Saskatchewan operations leading to program cuts and job losses in the new year, said president Ilene Busch-Vishniac.
Although he won’t officially say goodbye to the university until 2015, The Globe asked Mr. Levy to weigh in on some of the biggest issues he has faced at the school’s helm and what’s to come.
Canadian Interuniversity Sport is putting on a new game face. Changes are on the way, one of which is the option for Canadian athletes to transfer from National Collegiate Athletic Association schools to CIS schools without penalty.
'We don’t have the technology in B.C. to turn it back into a plastic bottle'
A striking new study reveals that rankings don’t affect people’s valuations in the linear way you’d think, with the difference in worth between each number being equal.
Dozens of École Polytechnique students, many of them clearly too young to actually remember the horrible event they were commemorating, stood silently Friday in front of a plaque bearing the names of 14 women gunned down at this school on this day 24 years ago.
About 75 people braved the cold to clutch candles on the University of Guelph's campus Friday night to remember the 14 women whose lives were cut tragically short at École Polytechnique in Montreal 24 years ago.
It was a unique moment in history. It was a unique moment for Trent University. As Jon Grant remembers it, the decision to confer an honorary doctor of laws degree on anti-apartheid activist Nelson Mandela was a unique moment for all of Peterborough.
Ontario is going to make it less expensive for students to go to university or college part-time, and easier for those with student loans to pay their tuition.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s special envoy has issued a blueprint to gain aboriginal support for proposed energy projects in British Columbia worth about $100-billion, but opponents of oil pipelines and tanker traffic – many of them aboriginal – warn it’s still not good enough.
Tiff Macklem will be new dean of the Rotman School of Management.
The real skills gap, business leaders say, is not the shortage of oil-field engineers and the glut of history BAs. It’s about the shortage of young people who are good at problem-solving, communication, teamwork, time management, persistence, loyalty and dedication.
For many years, governments in Canada have parroted to a willingly believing public that we were global leaders in Education.
It will be another six months before Canada’s new anti-spam law begins to come into force, following its passage three years ago.
New legislation aims to extend workplace-safety laws to unpaid interns, including students.
Posts appearing on social media in the wake of a Guelph student's online suicide attempt Saturday are spreading outrage and disgust throughout the University of Guelph campus.
Quebec's most radical student group will be making its first real effort to reach out to anglophone students in the new year.