New Canadian forced to defer university education twice after lengthy government delays
A new Canadian was forced to alter his future plans in Nova Scotia after waiting nearly a year for his permanent resident application to be processed and approved.
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BC Government partners with UNBC, Interior Universities for COVID-19 Research Solutions
The Ministry of Health is investing in Interior research universities across the province including UNBC to understand the harmful effects of COVID-19 and mitigate its impact on communities.
Editorial: The painful but necessary reckoning of Laurentian University
Laurentian University is a school with too many programs, too many instructors, too many managers and too few students. And not enough money.
Opinion: Why no one was watching the books at Laurentian University
The announcement that Laurentian University would file for creditor protection was shocking. A public university facing bankruptcy. How could this happen?
Accelerator services to be part of new research park at Trent University in Peterborough
A new partnership is bringing accelerator services to CleanTech Commons, a clean technology-focused research park currently under development along Pioneer Road at Trent University in Peterborough.
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Researcher predicts labour shortage due to loss of international enrollment in universities
A recent report by the University of Calgary suggests declining international student admission may cause great revenue loss for universities and a shortage in research and development, particularly in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math).
‘Zoom-bombing’ attack highlights need for anti-racism work on campus: UW student group
Students at the University of Waterloo say a recent cyber-attack on an event discussing race is highlighting the need for anti-racism work on campus.
Lakehead University campus computers remain inaccessible due to cyber attack
Computers on Lakehead University’s campus remain unavailable for use as the institution continues to deal with a cyber attack.
Quebec eyes English CEGEP admissions in bill to protect French language
The Quebec government is thinking about limiting enrolment at English CEGEPs as part of a broader plan to bolster protections for the French language, Premier François Legault said Thursday.
High-powered partnership aims to lift University of Alberta innovation to the next level
Because a great idea is not a business plan, a new program is working to turn research and discoveries from the University of Alberta campus into job success.