Survey: How many Canadians would choose a different career path if they had the chance?
A Monster Canada survey has found over half of working Canadians (53 per cent) would choose to pursue a different degree or diploma if they could turn back time.
Generation Lex: Law schools seek balance between theory and practice
Critics say that law schools have not moved far enough or quickly enough to keep up with the changes enveloping the profession.
No hint of resignation in Andrew Potter’s apology to McGill principal, board members, documents show
Emails provide a timeline of events following controversial Maclean’s article that ended with his departure.
Emails reveal UBC’s scramble to deal with controversy over Furlong speech and ‘vitriolic’ backlash to cancellation
Last December, a senior UBC official called John Furlong’s agent to say the school was pulling the plug on an appearance by the former Vancouver Olympics CEO.
Memo to MUN students: Please stop having sex at the business school
The exact particulars of the incident that precipitated this email aren’t totally clear.
U of C has widest gender pay gap among Canadian universities: survey
Male academics at the University of Calgary are paid on average almost $26,000 more a year than their female counterparts, according to Statistics Canada.