Pass the okra, please.
Canada’s ﬁrst new law school in more than three decades opens at Thompson Rivers University in the B.C. interior.
As journals test the waters of open peer review, authors and editors remain divided over the merits of tinkering with a tried-and-true system.
A Canadian doctor combined instinct, medical knowledge and historical research to pinpoint the emergence of HIV and its spread through Africa and beyond.
What I learned from reading the biography of Steve Jobs.
You’ve got mail.
Brock registrar prepares to run the famous race for her sixth consecutive year.
John Gaventa, with a lifetime of development work, shares the values of the Antigonish Movement.
Move over, X-Ring, there’s a new kid on the block.
Roughly half the intellectual property in this area leaves the country, say researchers.
As China updates its research protocols and Western scientists gain access to huge populations for genetics research, such partnerships are way of the future.
Video extolling the virtues of moderate exercise viewed by nearly two million people.
A professor wants LGBT people to be able to express themselves openly.