UBCO student concerned about university’s handling of sexual assault report
This fall the Kelowna RCMP apologized for mishandling a sexual assault complaint, but long before the complainant went to the police the UBC Okanagan student first sought help from the school.
Western researchers finding early success with new COVID-19 vaccine
A new vaccine being developed at Western University that uses a harmless virus is showing early promise in producing a stronger and longer-lasting immunity to COVID-19.
‘It’s a little saddening’: International students in Peel face greater obstacles to learning due to pandemic
Isaiah Colthrust distinctly remembers the chaotic journey back to Trinidad and Tobago in March 2020.
University of Manitoba returns to remote learning for winter term
The University of Manitoba is pivoting to remote learning once again.
McGill students beg to defer in-person exams, worried about infecting their hometowns
As Quebec acts to shut down broad swaths of activity on Monday at 5 p.m. — schools, gyms, bars, among others — McGill University students are begging their school to do the same, warning they’re about to fan out across the country.
Opinion: Quebec commission proposes bold new approach to protect academic freedom from woke mobs
Christopher Dummitt and Zachary Patterson: In Quebec, a commission is recommending strong action to turn the tide against reactionary mobs.