Globe and Mail
Campus disruptions lead to allegations of Chinese government interference
The Chinese embassy denied any role in two incidents at Canadian universities last week that raised the spectre of Chinese political interference.
China denies role in backlash against Tibetan student’s election at U of T
Chinese officials have denied involvement in a campaign of online vitriol against a Tibetan activist elected student president at the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus.
Classes in Labrador Inuit dialect return to MUN after more than a decade
It’s been over 10 years since courses in the Labrador dialect of the Inuit language were offered at the province’s only university.
How UPEI is bringing sexy back to its history program
A professor said newer courses like the history of rock and roll, of Nazi Germany and of the devil in western society have quickly become some of the most popular courses in the program.
The Star Edmonton
How Alberta students are shaping the future of transgender health care
The health-care system for transgender patients remains convoluted, plagued by long wait-lists and a lack of communication between physicians.