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Faced with long waits for mental-health care, students and universities struggle to adapt
High demand for counselling is changing how Canadian campuses get students the help they need – but many still feel they’re falling through the cracks.
Angry over campus speech by Uighur activist, Chinese students in Canada contact their consulate, film presentation
An incident at McMaster University offers an example of how Chinese students are pushing back against speech they deem critical of China on Western campuses.
Acadia University appealing suspension to men’s hockey coach after brawl
Acadia University is joining St. Francis Xavier University in appealing a 10-game suspension handed to its men’s hockey coach in the aftermath of an ugly brawl.
How Jordan Peterson became the face of an MBA program in Texas
With massive book and software sales, a popular YouTube channel and public speaking tours, the polarizing psychologist is quite the entrepreneur.
Butterflies worn as hundreds march on Valentine’s Day in honour of MMIWG
Hundreds marched in the streets in Winnipeg on Valentines Day night — showing love for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls and the families they’ve left behind.