Student groups want Liberals to honour $50M promise to Indigenous Canadians
Student leaders want next week’s federal budget to finally deliver on a key 2015 Liberal election promise to fully fund post-secondary education for Indigenous Canadians.
Subway seeking $210-million in lawsuit against CBC after ‘factually incorrect’ chicken report
The report came to those conclusions based on DNA testing done by Trent University in Peterborough, Ont.
Mac faces human rights complaint over medical marijuana
A McMaster graduate student says a dispute over her medical marijuana treatment prevented her from participating in a class trip to Ghana as part of the United Nations Water Without Borders program.
Coveted $1M prize for world’s best teacher goes to N.S. woman working with Inuit in remote Quebec village
MacDonnell, a native of tiny Afton, N.S, won the Global Teacher Prize Sunday, probably the world’s most coveted and high profile award for teaching excellence.
McMaster debate with controversial professor Jordan Peterson disrupted by activists
Professors set to engage Peterson backed out, one citing inadequate security preparations.
University of Alberta gets world’s biggest collection of Mountie materials
Retired RCMP officer Al Lund has documented all of it in a collection of 9,000 books, magazines and comics gathered from around the world.
UPEI introduces new access to information policy
The policy falls short of including the university in P.E.I.’s Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection (FOIPP) Act, which would put legal requirements on what records the school has to release.