Is Bill 32 the real threat to academic freedom? 130 Quebec professors speak out in open letter
On April 6, the Quebec government tabled a bill purportedly defending “academic freedom,” Bill 32 — but it would do precisely the opposite.
Brandon University apologizes after report finds soccer coach sexually harassed players
Apology not good enough, says 1 of the players who helped bring allegations to light.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Hospital crisis puts U of M medical-school programs in danger
The university is at risk of losing its accreditation to teach certain fields.
Alberta university students struggle to find jobs despite employment landscape re-opening
Number of opportunities not back to pre-pandemic level, says student leader.
The National Post
New Poll: Recent Graduates in High Demand in Tight Canadian Labour Market
More than 2 in 5 (43%) Canadian hiring decision-makers say their company plans to hire recent university and college graduates in 2022.
How the government used the pandemic to sharply increase immigration
The government modernized application systems, and prioritized urgent labour-market needs and international students, nearly two years of data show.
The Toronto Star
‘Toronto Metropolitan University’ is bland, and that’s the point
Seldom in the long human history of naming things can the general reaction ‘meh’ to a chosen name have so delighted the namers.