The Globe and Mail
Canadian doctors trained at international medical schools increasingly giving up on their home country for work
Canada’s health care system needs physicians to fill important gaps, but it has also set up barriers for international graduates to practise here instead of the U.S., Britain and Australia.
Plans underway for innovative Indigenous university centre in Quebec
Representatives of the First Nations Education Council (FNEC) and Université Laval signed an agreement on Monday to start planning what they say will be Quebec’s first Indigenous educational hub.
University of Prince Edward Island faculty association accuses government of interfering in contract negotiations
The UPEI faculty association says it has secured funding for a legal challenge against the P.E.I. government, which the union accuses of “interfering” in contract negotiations between it and the university.