UVic students plan walkout as part of national call for action on gender-based violence
Students at the University of Victoria are staging a classroom walkout Monday as part of a national call for action on gender-based violence.
Métis registry to guide U of S opportunities for Métis students
Agreement allows the Métis community to define its own people.
Rising enrolment sees Cape Breton University turn Cineplex theatres into lecture halls
University numbers bouncing back faster than expected after COVID-19 pandemic hurdles.
National organization demands suspension of 2 senior B.C. university leaders facing investigation
TRU’s Matt Milovick and Larry Phillips face allegations that include bullying, harassment and racism.
University of Manitoba strike ends, students return to class Tuesday
Faculty members voted to accept deal with university late Monday evening.
Lawyers for Laurentian, auditor general, get their day in court
Lawyers for Laurentian University and the auditor general of Ontario appeared before Superior Court Chief Justice Geoffrey Morawetz on Monday morning in an effort to resolve a dispute related to access to information.
Alberta announces more than $22M in funding for University of Calgary
The province has announced a $22 million boost in funding for the University of Calgary to support research infrastructure and technology development.
UPEI students’ group asks provincial government to expand rental voucher eligibility
‘Rent prices around Charlottetown are just so high it’s taking food off students’ tables.’