The current Acfas president reflects on the role of convergence in the development of French-language science.
As she begins her second term, Mona Nemer weighs in on shaping the pandemic response, the battle against misinformation, and the push for open science.
After four years, the federal government’s billion-dollar superclusters are finding their feet, but they need more time.
As the principal and vice-chancellor prepares to step down, she weighs in on lessons from COVID-19, academic freedom, diversity, and the future of higher education in a world upended by technology.
The application process for international student visas is putting French-language universities at a disadvantage.
Christian Messier is on a crusade to increase biodiversity in urban and natural forests.
In response to demand from students and industry alike, business schools are increasingly focusing on environmental and social impact.
Winners from a photo contest at Queen’s University use creativity to showcase their work.
Some universities experiencing record-breaking giving, but clarity is important to avoid misunderstandings.
Indigenous artists are reclaiming space on university campuses, threading history and storytelling through creative works in a variety of mediums that enrich the student experience.
Fundamental research, future researchers and scholarships: the university community reacts to Quebec’s new research and innovation strategy.
How universities are responding to a country-wide shortage.
Internationalization asks Canadian higher education to adjust systems and norms to better meet this new body of students arriving in our classrooms.
UBC’s Pieter Cullis is gaining wider recognition for the discovery of a ‘delivery system’ used in mRNA technology.
Learning to know oneself and the world.
How COVID-19 has transformed the way we publish and report on scientific research.
Looking back on a century of scientific growth.
My past experience is always with me, below the surface, yet my teaching work hasn’t been about what I’ve done. Instead, it’s been about trusting the depths of my experience to stabilize me.
Renewed international interest in our closest celestial neighbour is giving academics a chance to build out Canada’s space exploration expertise.
Elizabeth Clare’s work could help transform the way scientists study and monitor animal biodiversity around the world.