As a Saudi student being forced to leave Canada, I’m going through the 5 stages of grief
A student shares his story of how the diplomatic feud is devastating his dreams after years of hard work.
Non-student researchers, post-doctoral fellows at University of Regina unionize
Around 70 post-doctoral fellows and non-student researchers are now unionized with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) after an organizing drive that began at the beginning of the year.
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U.S. colleges reach out to displaced Saudi students
Some U.S. universities are waiving their application fees for Saudi Arabian students in Canada who have been ordered by the Saudi government to leave.
Doctor suspended for ‘deeply troubling’ intimate mentorship with medical students
A Winnipeg oncologist has been stripped of his medical licence for six months after he tried to engage in a “flagrantly unprofessional” sexual relationship with two of his students at the University of Manitoba.
Trinity Western ‘losing talent’ by upholding LGBTQ+ covenant for employees
Although it will be optional for students, faculty and staff will still be compelled to sign the LGBTQ+ exclusionary “community covenant” that was the main point of contention in the Supreme Court of Canada case.